i could be wrong, but it looks like an executive.
hope this helps you out! later,
I think it s a C32 Spur. This knife had Kraton inlays, the inlay on the front scale has been replaced with bone.
Its the G2 steel knife so it's a vintage model from 1994 or 1995
guess what? i was wrong! ha...
i think it's a spur.
sorry about that!
hope i didn't cause any grief!
mine is marked g-2 steel?
Yep, look on the blade front side up. Its marked Spyderco and underneat G-2 Stainless. Nice find by the way!!
Also the inlayed clip is a giveaway, only the original model had it, the later sprint run had a regular stainless clip.
here's another link concerning this steel type.
hope this helps!
This is the 2004 Sprint run with Gray Kraton linlay, plain clip and VG-10 steel
So what are these?
I bought them as a pair this weekend and have yet to receive them. I just bought them without knowing what model as I didn't much care. I thought they may be the Pro Grip or the Pro Venator.
handle looks bigger than a pro-grip, and the blade looks smaller than a hunter.
could be this.
Stainless Steel with Garry Blanchard Screaming Eagle engraving
Pro-Venator; left hand version?
again, i could be totally wrong.
I am just not sure.
The Hunter/Provenerator has a longer blade and is more like what I THINK I have, but, I will have to wait to see what the clip side is like. I won't have them until next week.
The wood inlay is a Sante Fe Stoneworks design (Painted Desert Eagle).
The ad says this
"Hello! Up for your consideration is a Pair of Beautiful Wood Inlay Eagle Custom Spyderco Folding Knives only 20 made! They have been a smoke free home I have never used them. They measure 4 inches long each and are marked Charlie’s LTD 1 of 20 and Spyderco8in-1 stainless Seki City Japan. They do have metal clips on the back. I bought them from a local knife shop when I lived in NM, who purchased them direct form the maker. I tried to capture the hallmarks in the photo. A unique set!"
And I only paid 156.01 for the pair.
I may have stepped in it, but, I wanted them.
guess what? .....ha!
i do think it's the c13, but not the gary blanchard sceaming eagle.
blanchards version is actually ingraved into the ss handles.
here's a past thread about the c13.