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Recently bought the NRS pilot knife for a week long kayak camping trip. I like the secure attachment to my PFD, but the nicest feature was the quick and sure release. It's somewhat "spring loaded" using the clips that secure it to the sheath. The blunt/flat point ensures no accidental punctures, and the formed semi-circle cutter makes fast cutting of ropes a snap. The quick release mechanism also locks the knife back in with a snap - if it does not snap, it's not in. Again, something almost foolproof, which is nice if you are reacting to an issue on the water. Great overall blade. I also ordered the Gerber Rivermate at the same time, as I have beena Gerber fan fr 40+ years, but the NRS Pilot wins my vote as the knife to carry on the water.
When I came home from work today I was completely exhausted, when I finally got in bed I remembered! Punk57 is waiting for me on my kindle! I just spent the last four hours being devastated by your words! As always you never disappoint, but I'm completely blaming you for ruining my Saturday with the worst book hangover I've had in a long time! In love with Misha and Ryen!
The PC tune up never did load so I just gave up on it. Anti Virus seems fine. Next year I may look around.
Our group tried to use it in the indoor play but found it to be smaller than the SV-5 Gold we normally used. It is also harder to control as well. We ended up reverting back to the SV-5 Gold...
I purchased this product for my wife who had been in tremendous pain. She had something wrong with her hip and she could barely walk. After using it for about a week she could finally move around. After two weeks she was almost normal again. Now after a month she is pretty much pain free. I was pretty skeptical when I bought it, but I am really glad I did. All I can tell anyone is to be patient. It is not an immediate fix. It will take a couple of days to see improvement.