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    I mostly carry USA made Kershaw's and also have a few Benchmade knives. After seeing these new Hogue HK's, I gotta say, they look pretty nice. The Karma (7.15 oz.) is almost twice as heavy as the Exemplar (4.30 oz.), obviously, since its more of a utility knife. I am an electrician by trade so I would/will probably go with the Karma - As I DO prefer the serrated combo blade (and use it often) but also prefer the Tonto style tip. I will have to get used to opening it up myself though as all my current knives are spring assist :)

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    Just picked up the Hogue HK Exemplar this weekend. The knife is solid and the pivot lock mechanism is smooth. Definitely going to get a lot of carry time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.Rock View Post
    Cool. Too bad they aren't Benchmade. They make a quality knife worthy of HK. No idea what a Hogue knife might be like. Let's hope they are a quality product as well. They do look nice and use of Benchmade's Axis lock is a good start.

    Looking for ward to feeling Hoques new knives, not into Benchmades at all ever since they came out as anti-gun. Did sell a couple of HK Benchmades a bit back that were well built product.

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    I don’t know anything about Hogue Knives, but they look nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaxika View Post
    I don’t know anything about Hogue Knives, but they look nice...
    I’ve been wanting to try one since I can get them wholesale but they are still pricey. I regret not buying a Microtech Troodon when one of my distributors used to carry them. I kept putting it off then they stopped carrying Microtech. I had one of the old Benchmade HK knives and I liked it for the price. I don’t know what happened to that knife now that I think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Scholar View Post
    They look pretty nice but I prefer a non-serrated blade personally. The Karma looks really nice for sure. Just wish that Tanto style blade was a straight cut blade.
    IF serrated blades were a little easier to sharpen I wouldn't have so much of a problem.

    Even with the KME serrated sharpening rod its still a nightmare. Never again will I buy a serrated knife (unless I need to cut a bunch of rope).

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