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    Hogue to Bring Back HK Knives at SHOT Show 2018 »


    A guy I know just did the voice work for a commercial for these.

    I don’t know anything about Hogue Knives, but they look nice...
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    Very cool. If that Hadron had a DE blade like my Combat Troodon I would probably have to jump on it; I’ll be looking at that Exemplar as a secondary for sure though. Thanks for the heads up on these.

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    thanks for posting ...

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    Tks for the info.
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    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.


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    Hogue makes high quality knives. If these HK knives are made to the same quality standards as Hogue's other USA made knives, they should not disappoint. I'm not a huge Axis Lock fan, but that Exemplar looks really nice!

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    HK knives are now on the Hogue website. The Exemplar looks really good:
    https://www.hogueinc.com/knives/hk
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    I suspect I'll end up with at least one of these???
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    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.
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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.
    I totally agree, I don't like combo edges either. Fortunately the Exemplar is also available in a non-serrated version with black handles and a stonewashed blade.

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