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Lone Wolf T2 Tactical: "Home Run Tactical" by Nutnfancy

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Uploaded on Aug 23, 2008

This is one of your best options for an all-around mid-sized tactical folder. As of mid-2008 Lone Wolf T2 came in a variety of handle types including Cocobolo, FRN, and green/black Micarta (cool). The T2 is also offered in a sabre ground blade though I much prefer this drop point version. And its this version that gets just about everything right: great S30V steel, excellent 3.9" blade shape with full-flat grind, ergonomic, good stipling on FRN handle,strong and solid lockup, functional jimping, and a wicked fast and smooth deployment (bronze phosphor bushings). Also it's 4.2 oz weight is excellent for its size (although it could and should be improved by skeletonizing the liners). Moreover the T2 by Bill Harsey arrives razor sharp. About the only strike on this ballgame would be the overly large and pivot-mounted clip. It's definitely strong enough but should be reversible and much more streamlined (reference Benchmade designs).
In the video I show the limited edition Desert Camo T2 (no you can't have it), the gorgeous Cocobolo wood, and standard FRN versions. This strong and fast tactical folder in terms of quality, design, speed, and strength can take on all comers. It's a homerun run. ////////////////// Nutnfancy Likability Scale: 9.5 out of 10

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