Jay bassRaptor: 8 cr14mov i thought it was 440 c or are they the same thing?
Jeremy Madsen: Sanrenmu, "the best piece of crap"... I fully agree about a lot of these 'quality' Chinese knives. I finally got a Ganzo and I am highly impressed by the quality/cost ratio, but it really falls short when I put it against my expensive super steel folders; That said, I would recommend these for those that want decent knives, but don't have the money to buy them.
Wade Patton: Hunters need grip. Things get bloody you know and sometimes you are elbow deep in it. And as a craftsman, I simply modify things to suit my needs. Plenty easy to reduce grip and not so hard to enhance grip. cheers.
Drowsy Emperor: I wonder in how many more ways you'll pronounce SanRenMu :D
Major GLADIUS: Had this for a week now. So far, excellent for the 11 and change price tag.
RebelForce8: advertising chine crap.. ?
Arturro: I onw it and love it. There is no reason to carry a more expencive EDC. 10 years ago this would be the KOTY :)
Jorge Bustamante: enter sanmanru
captainkid1: If your Benchmade axis lock bar really goes completely forward like you mention and what appears to be the case at 2:26 then that's a construction error in my opinion. I hope not all Benchmade's are like that.. (And I wouldn't think so)
Because it leaves no room for wear what so ever. If the axis lock has wear, (in the liner grooves or the lock bar or the tang of the knife) it is a not a problem because the lock bar will just slide a little bit more towards the blade.
Stoney Lonsome: Oh, one warning with these knives though, they come apart easily but are hard to get back together- at least the 710 can be. Had To clean mine once, never do it again. Took hours to figure out how to get it back together correctly. You have to hold both washers in place while sliding the blade between the stainless scales then push the pin through, sounds easy, its not.
Stoney Lonsome: Sanrenmu, not Sanranmu and they make great knives. I collect so, I buy a lot of the higher end, American made knives- Benchmade, Spyderco, Kershaw all the usual suspects. I picked up both the Sanrenmu 710 and 910 not long ago in a combo pack, for like 40 bucks believe it or not. They've turned out to be two of the best users I have, love the 910 for heavier work and the 710 is a great edc. This company is underrated, they produce many of the cheaper spydercos, they know what's up.
AppealPlay: "If you like knives, you'll like this video."
Right. As if people didn't like knives. You so silly!
German Redneck: sanrenmu produces the spyderco tenacious line, they know what theyre doing
zfocus: The best crap is Enlan EL 01, but this one comes close
Brandon Goad: Awesome vid!!!
Jesse Ferguson: Love mine. All of my SRM knives, in fact.
MJFallout: While the 763 is really popular, it's still one of their cheaper cheap knives. Ever so often Sanrenmu also makes knives that have yet better quality, where somewhat better steels are used, and everything is yet a tad better. What they made under the "Land" name was that kind, also the T08 (have it, love it) some better versions of the 913 and so on.
But it takes some diggin' around to find out what's what. Not at all accessible, for someone who is not "into knives"
Good, chatty review, Jeff.
Sam Nichols: they dont add the bottle opener because they dont want to support drinking and using a knife
adyengle: Does the 763 have a removable thumb stud?
adyengle: Quick question...
Knife Preview : Sanrenmu 763 (Axis Lock Model)5
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