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    I'd agree with Yablanowitz. None of the three...

    I'd agree with Yablanowitz. None of the three are versions that you see very often. Of them, relatively speaking, I'd say the FFG G-10 version would probably be the most common and the first...
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    No argument there, even though a can be made for...

    No argument there, even though a can be made for serrated H-1's superior edge holding even without the full "Salt" treatment. Sal shot down the idea when it was proposed for the regular Manix 2 a...
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    Bingo!

    Bingo!
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    Why? AFAIK, the only parts on the Salt knives...

    Why? AFAIK, the only parts on the Salt knives that are H-1 are the blades and lockbars. The entire handle on the Mariner Salt was something other than H-1. There are a number of highly corrosion...
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    There is one H-1 model planned for manufacture ...

    There is one H-1 model planned for manufacture in Golden, so those two things are not mutually exclusive. OTOH, cost may make it an unrealistic choice for the Manix Lightweight. There's also the...
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    Not entirely true. I believe there's one H-1...

    Not entirely true. I believe there's one H-1 model scheduled to be made in Golden. Think the bigger questions might be whether collectors would buy a serrated Military, whethe Military fans would...
  7. While I'm a firm believer that left handed people...

    While I'm a firm believer that left handed people should support left handed and hand neutral knives, the Ambitious shouldn't be any more difficult to open left handed than the Native is to open with...
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    Great idea, Tony. I'd be up for one each of a...

    Great idea, Tony. I'd be up for one each of a representative model for every lock Spyderco has used. The original patent drawings for the Worker would also be great, as would copies of some of the...
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    Hard to say. On further investigation, the...

    Hard to say. On further investigation, the catalogs for a couple years around 2010 do list the Delica and Endura trainers as using GIN-1. Am sure that's what Spydiewiki used as their source. ...
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    60 here right now but, according to the weather...

    60 here right now but, according to the weather forecast, this time tomorrow it will be 30. We've had the coldest winter anyone around here can remember.
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    You mean aside from the original Spyderco...

    You mean aside from the original Spyderco Santoku's blade being just shy of 7" long and, assuming the K04's sell well enough for Spyderco to consider reviving it, the new version will almost...
  12. From Amazon, there's no way to be sure. If you...

    From Amazon, there's no way to be sure. If you feel that getting one with a Torx pivot, despite not knowing what it is, then a regular online knife dealer that you can phone and confirm the pivot...
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    Outstanding! Thanks a million Nick. Can't wait...

    Outstanding! Thanks a million Nick. Can't wait to try it out, but you're more than welcome to test drive it first if you like. :)
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    That wouldn't surprise me in the least. It's...

    That wouldn't surprise me in the least. It's even possible that the trainer for a Japanese model other than the Delica may not be AUS-6. However, the OP was talking specifically about Delica...
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    Jack, AFAIK, all the knives that use the three...

    Jack, AFAIK, all the knives that use the three hole "hourglass" clips have exactly the same screw hole pattern, whether they're made in Japan, Taiwan, or Golden. As for folks who make deep carry...
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    Far as I know the trainers are, and have always...

    Far as I know the trainers are, and have always been, AUS-6.
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    Don't have an Enuff, so I can't say for certain...

    Don't have an Enuff, so I can't say for certain that its sheath is not a special case, but on every G clip equipped Spyderco sheath I own the G-clip's hole spacing is the same as that of a small...
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    True Ken, and even if you don't own a computer...

    True Ken, and even if you don't own a computer they can still get you. The Experian data breach has potentially exposed pretty much everyone in the USA who has, or has ever had, credit of any kind...
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    The pictures are not of high enough quality to allow any real conclusions. The Perrin Street Beat handle seems to be a solid color rather than having "color rings" the way a rounded micarta handle...
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    I strongly suspect that both are genuine. ...

    I strongly suspect that both are genuine. Although these knives are "mass produced", a fair amount of the final finishing work is done by hand. I just think one employee of Spyderco's Seki City...
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    Knife or :spyder: shaped cookies might make a...

    Knife or :spyder: shaped cookies might make a neat promotional item for Spyderco to hand out at shows like BLADE, or pack in with orders from SFO, but I can't see much of a market beyond that.
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    Poll: Have had a couple that became difficult to...

    Have had a couple that became difficult to disengage, but have never had one fail.
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    .5mm to disengage does not sound good to me. If...

    .5mm to disengage does not sound good to me. If it was mine, I'd return it, exchange it, or send it to Spyderco for evaluation.
  24. Fake. The pivot is a dead giveaway.

    Fake. The pivot is a dead giveaway.
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    What's the steel? The Harpy, and one or two...

    What's the steel? The Harpy, and one or two other models, originally had a combination backspacer and mainspring which, unfortunately, tends to fatigue over time. The knives with that setup have...
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