There is nothing quite like passive aggressive negotiation.....my dress up knife was a 2" SAK (2blades, cork screw, bottle opener), it was one of the knives i lost last year during the robbery
over here it not unusual for folks in the countryside to bring their machetes with them when visiting friends/neighbours --- two years ago there was a court session regarding a land dispute nearby and several witnesses brought their machetes with them (it involved hiking up a hill to have a look at the place in question) -- no objection from the judge...
There is nothing quite like passive aggressive negotiation.....
Where are you based??? As that sounds like quite exotic sales pitch
I feel you pain with regards to the theft, similar situation is why I am on this quest.
There's a lesson in there somewhere I'm sureI bought a lovely old two blade sheffield knife a couple of years back. It's first outing was to my mates wedding, it went really well with the waistcoat and pocket watch. Old (new!) faithful came in handy whitling sticks for the kids Harry Potter wands. I then proceeded to get absolutely hammered and the next day I was gutted to realise my knife was lost to me forever.
When I got my U2 I was surprised at its size also (despite reading its dimensions and having a good grasp on the metric system) and I'd put its blade as being about the same size as a Swiss Army knife.So I bit the bullet and got the fallkniven u4, I must admit I thought it would be a little bigger, but with a little finger loop it is a small knife that can handle more than a normal 3 finger knife.
Pictures attached, show size difference of my wife's two spydercos (Ladybug and dragonfly). The U4 is the same size as the Ladybug, but feels bigger in the hand.
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