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The Bestech Texel, designed by Adam Purvis of APurvis Blades, is everything you want in an EDC knife and nothing you don't. This no-frills design has a usable sheepsfoot blade made of super-tough steel and a sturdy liner lock. In Bestech fashion, the action is slick and easy to use one handed. The flipper is easy to actuate, but won't bother your hand going in and out of the pocket.
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There's a lot to love on this knife and a couple minor things that could be improved but none that are deal breakers. Good: - Amazing action. - D2 steel is good to go. - Competitive price. - Good ergonomics. - G10 is textured in middle and smoothed on outer 1/3s of handle for great comfort and grip - Strong tip. - Skeletonized liners to save weight. Could be improved: - Blade stock isn't very thick but the grind could be thinner behind the edge for better slicing. - I wish the swedge didnt start so close to the handle because choking up becomes less comfortable. - It's relatively wide in the pocket (1/2-3/4" between clip and edge of pocket. Overall, this blade feels great and should be a great EDC that I wouldn't be afraid to beat on.