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Old 12-09-2012, 02:32 AM   #11
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I have the top of the line Presentation Grade black ceramic folding knife from this small shop in Canada! The product is awesome and they have a great high quality line of these fantastic knives! I bought mine a year ago and can't stop bragging about it! Ceramicknife.org
Checked out the website, nice! I want the exacto ceramic blades for hobby work, didn't know they made those! I know it's like comparing apples to oranges, but I bought a cheap-cheap ceramic blade at Harbor Freight awhile back for kitchen work, and have been very pleased. Your blades much higher quality I'm sure, so I'd love to see what it could do, especially over time.

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I have a couple of Boker ceramic folding knives. The edge chips very easily so I have relegated them to the nightstand drawer. I bought them years ago so I could carry them on airplanes (before 9-11). The larger one has too much metal in it to get through the detector but it went through many an X ray machine without detection. The smaller one would got through most metal detectors and if it didn't it would go through the X-ray OK but I had to be careful putting it in the container so they didn't see it.
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I have a couple of Boker ceramic folding knives. The edge chips very easily so I have relegated them to the nightstand drawer. I bought them years ago so I could carry them on airplanes (before 9-11). The larger one has too much metal in it to get through the detector but it went through many an X ray machine without detection. The smaller one would got through most metal detectors and if it didn't it would go through the X-ray OK but I had to be careful putting it in the container so they didn't see it.
That's IMPOSSIBLE, I'm calling you out on that one!!! We ALL know TSA doesn't miss a thing; they are too smart, too vigilant, and too highly trained for anything to go undetected (except for iPad's they like to steal those)
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Yup. You got me. They are infallible.
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Ceramic knife.org

Has a nice selection and apparently supply ceramic tactical knives to Special Forces and LEOS too,
I paid $80 bucks for their presentation black ceramic folding knife shown on their site. Awesome knife and impresses everyone!
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