In baseball there are some pitchers that make their hay throwing triple digit heat. Some, a much smaller handful, instead, find success with impeccable control. The problems is that the line between impeccable control and just throwing slow is a very slim one. Even pitchers that end their career as control artists usually start as power pitchers with good control (see Greg Maddux). Watching this tight rope transition can be maddening. When Daisuke Matsuzaka came to Boston it was painful. He had great control, but never threw pitches in the zone. He danced around, nibbling at the zone. The problem is everyone knew it and so no one felt compelled to swing. He was so close to greatness, literally inches away, but it never worked out.
This story is a fear I have harbored for Civivi for a while. They make a boatload of knives and many of them are pretty good. Some are even very good. But they always have some drawback, some issue. Until now. The Civivi Lumi is the first truly great knife from one of the most prolific and important brands in the knife industry. It is an ideal EDC and something you will enjoy carrying. Lets breakdown this great and important knife.
The baseball analogy is an interesting one.View Linked Article