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    I would have but it was a gift, and I didn't have...

    I would have but it was a gift, and I didn't have any info on where it was purchased. I didn't get much info from Spyderco. I thought they would replace it but they didn't. Best I can tell, they...
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    That is a good idea. I'll have to try that...

    That is a good idea.
    I'll have to try that tonight.

    Thanks!
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    I got the knife back and I think the letter says...

    I got the knife back and I think the letter says there was no defect which is a little confusing.
    I'm going to try calling the number Monday to see if I can find out exactly what they did.
    I know...
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    No worries, it would be a hassle if I had paid...

    No worries, it would be a hassle if I had paid for a knife from a company that doesn't back their product. :-)
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    Yeah, I sent it in.

    Yeah, I sent it in.
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    I don't know what a slip joint knife is, but the...

    I don't know what a slip joint knife is, but the lock works fine.
    The problem is that the kick is to small and the edge of the blade rests on the inside of the handle when closed.
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    Wish I had seen this years ago. Don't know how...

    Wish I had seen this years ago. Don't know how many torx screws I stripped in my younger and more impressionable years.
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    I have heard that superglue works just as well as...

    I have heard that superglue works just as well as lock tite.
    But, I have not tried it myself, and I would avoid using near plastics.
    There is a place in my area called Fasten-All, and they might...
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    I think I read on the wiki that the 440c is what...

    I think I read on the wiki that the 440c is what Sal thought he would get from China for the Byrd line, but it turned out to be 8Cr13MoV.
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    Yeah, I figure I might get some slight bias in...

    Yeah, I figure I might get some slight bias in the replies, but I also figure this is a good place to look for replies with the most knowledge. :D
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    Nice, I like the analogy.

    Nice, I like the analogy.
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    Cara Cara Blade Rubbing When Closed

    I posted this on the Byrd general discussion and got no responses, so I thought I would post it here since there is more traffic on the Spyderco side.

    When I close my New Cara Cara, I noticed that...
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    The heat treatment?

    The heat treatment?
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    Thanks! That is what I was thinking :-)

    Thanks! That is what I was thinking :-)
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    Sorry I just saw this and for some reason was not...

    Sorry I just saw this and for some reason was not subscribed to the thread.
    The lock bar is fine, the spring inside the knife is not. It slides forward during operation to the point where it no...
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    Steel Types

    I just got a Cara Cara and I'm wondering how the steel compares to my Paraframe. I know I like my Byrd a lot more, and it functions better so far, but I don't know a lot about different types of...
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    Cara Cara Blade Rubbing When Closed

    When I close my New Cara Cara, I noticed that the belly of the blade at the end, rests on the handle inside. I think it's the piece that holds the spring.

    Anyway, I was just wondering if that is...
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    Cool, thanks for the tips. I'm sure it will be a...

    Cool, thanks for the tips. I'm sure it will be a while before it's necessary. :D
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    Sharpening tips.

    I've had a long past with Spyderco.
    In High School I got a Native. It was by far my favorite knife.
    Unfortunately it was lost by someone who will remain anonymous....
    Then I had a string of...
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    Cool, thanks. I'll call them then.

    Cool, thanks. I'll call them then.
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    Thanks, I was thinking of that, and it was bought...

    Thanks, I was thinking of that, and it was bought new, but it was a gift, so I don't have a receipt.
    Out of curiosity, what keeps it from sliding forward? Is there a notch in the release lever, or...
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    Slipping Spring

    I recently got a Cara Cara (4 days ago) and the spring is slipping.
    After opening and closing it a hand full of times the spring starts to slide forward, and I have to take a flat head screw driver...
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    Slipping Spring on my Cara Cara

    I just got one of the new model Cara Cara's a couple days ago, and the spring is slipping.

    After opening and closing it a lot, it starts to slide forward to the point that it will no longer hold...
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