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thesilverguild
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Overall   (5.0)
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PROS
Blade sits centred closed FRN Handle No blade wobble Strong Very light for EDC Comes nicely packaged for transit Easy to open with one had and gets looser overtime exspecaily after dropping a little machine oil into the washers.
CONS
None
The FireBird F759M by Ganzo is similar to the very popular Delica knife by Spyderco & the Meadowlark by Byrd.

Its not a direct clone of the Delica but its basically a clone of the Meadowlark, though its just a fraction longer ethier end with a similar but different cut grip pattern.

With the firebird you can ‘choke’ the blade all the way up safely.
This allows for a stronger & better controlled grip when resting your index-finger & thumb onto the shaped Jimping between the handle & blade.
This is what I really like about the firebird.

While the delica has the famous Spyderco trademark ‘Spydie’ Circle cut into the blade - The FireBird has an Oval shape cut into the blade.
This is done for one handed opening of the blade with your thumb. This also allows for right & left handed users.

The firebird is extremely strong, durable lightweight folding knife.
At 67 grams you will not feel this in your pocket due to the Fibreglass Reinforced Nylon and internal thin metal frame liner.
Though It still feels balanced & solid in the hand due to the ergonomic closed hand palm shape.
The hand grip has back facing rounded square cut patterns to stop your hand from slipping over the blade.
The FRN handle would be extremely hard to break & can also act as a kubaton.

The 440c Stainless Steel has a high carbon content, making it corrosion free.
Also its very easy to sharpen down to a finer razor edge.
Infact you can get this so sharp, it will shave the hairs off your arm with ease.

When closed it sits securely clipped down & tucked in hidden deep inside my pocket for concealment.

The FireBird is the perfect EDC that does what it needs to do, is easy to open, cuts, slices & stabs with ease.

I highly recommend this knife at the current price!
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Aleoo
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Overall   (5.0)
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PROS
Leggero affilato affidabile
CONS
Nessuno
Coltello comprato per la mia ragazza... appena arrivato mi ha stupito la sua leggerezza provandolo mi ha sorpreso il modo in cui taglia
Se volete potete vederlo su YouTube in questa video recensione che ho fatto https://youtu.be/4N5j67Gh3YU
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Aleoo
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Overall   (4.0)
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PROS
Good materials
CONS
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Very good knife not heavy small good quality...
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LawyersGunsandMoney
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Overall   (5.0)
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Small and light weight. Great value.
This knife is clearly an take on the Sypderco Delica and Syderco Byrd series of knives. However, this one is more economical and for the price, I don't see reason someone would choose the Byrd version over this. The Delica will have better steel, but this is not what I consider a heavy use knife and the 440C is more than adequate for daily cutting tasks.
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kreese
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Overall   (4.7)
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PROS
Incredible Value FRN Handles Are Solid Blade Well Centered Tight Lockup Ample Jimping Lightweight
CONS
None
As another reviewer noted the FRN handles are surprisingly solid feeling. You can tell by looking and feeling that it is a tough material and not some cheap plastic. There is jimping on the top and bottom of the blade as well as the top of the handle by the blade. Ergonomics are great and you get a strong grip with the option to choke up using the finder choil. As with the other Ganzos I own the blade comes centered and lockup is tight. There is zero play in an direction when open. The strong backlock provides some resistance when opening so the blade doesn't just shoot out, but the oval thumb hole makes one handed opening reliable. Mine did not come razor sharp but a few passes on a sharpener should remedy that. At less than $10 this knife is a great value and I'm considering getting another one as a backup because I know I will want to carry this knife a lot.
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E_mang
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Overall   (4.5)
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I was pleasantly surprised to receive the Ganzo F759M; it has a solid feel, is lightweight, has a tight lock-up and very good fit and finish. The blade was very sharp out of the box. I am impressed by how solid the frn handle scales are; thought they would be less so. The green colour is darker than in the pictures. The pocket clip is quite usable and it's a nice option to have the lanyard hole. Ganzo has definitely improved their products and I'll certainly be ordering more Firebirds including this model.
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