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    In my pocket today is an old standby: C70P...

    In my pocket today is an old standby:

    C70P A.T.R.

    http://www.spyderco.com/pix/products/med/C70_M.jpg

    Great knife. Rock solid. Has never let me down.
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    Perhaps the designer of the Persian (and Spyderco...

    Perhaps the designer of the Persian (and Spyderco Forum member), Mr. Ed Schempp, will grace this thread with some comments on this the next time he "checks in."
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    A few years ago I member the "Owl" being listed...

    A few years ago I member the "Owl" being listed on Hamonoichiba. But if I recall the stock photo they showed looked like a standard Copilot. This is the first one I've seen with an inlay of an owl...
  4. My sharpest Spyderco are probably the two C79...

    My sharpest Spyderco are probably the two C79 Assists that current ride in the gloves boxes of my vehicles. The are still factory sharp because they have never been used in an emergency (and...
  5. Did you find out any additional information about...

    Did you find out any additional information about when the lefty CoPilots were discontinued, Sal?
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    Neat to see some Spydercos in the different...

    Neat to see some Spydercos in the different stages of production. Loved seeing the C01 Workers in clip #5.
  7. Last time I sent a knife in for repair work...

    Last time I sent a knife in for repair work (non-warranty related) the cost was $20 plus $5 return shipping. Assuming that the prices are about the same, I think you will be surprised and what you...
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    You've got two hard-to-find Copilots there. The...

    You've got two hard-to-find Copilots there. The brass-lined lefty PEs were a very limited production to begin with (about 120 pieces total) and were thought to be all but extinct until a small NIB...
  9. Thanks for the reply, Sal. Please do check with...

    Thanks for the reply, Sal. Please do check with Susan and let me know what you find out.

    Do you know which of the knife companies in Seki-City Spyderco contracted with to produce the Copilot? ...
  10. The C09 Copilot is a classic early Spyderco...

    The C09 Copilot is a classic early Spyderco design that for some reason really caught my attention. I think it is largely the aesthetics and ergononmics of this small but powerful design that...
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    Agreed. This is a legitimate early Dragonfly....

    Agreed. This is a legitimate early Dragonfly. The web decoration was a special decoration done by the Spyderco factory also.
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    When the Spyderco Copilot went into production in 1987, 20% of the first run of brass-lined Copilots were left handed. Did the idea of making left-handed Copilots die with brass-lined variety or did...
  13. I had a similar problem with my DLC-coated...

    I had a similar problem with my DLC-coated Native.


    http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u301/viewsoflincoln/IMG_0009-1.jpg

    The solution I found was to sand the interior side fo the liners to...
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    They are tough to find. Can recall how many were...

    They are tough to find. Can recall how many were made (perhaps a half run of 600??)

    You might double-check the blade steel, though. The Native II PE was only made with AUS-10 steel. The only...
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    Had to kick this thread back up to the top for...

    Had to kick this thread back up to the top for some air after a couple of years. Don't have any new Copilot varieties to add to it just yet but I'm sure there are more out there. Keep your eyes...
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    Glad to see folks keeping this thread alive. ...

    Glad to see folks keeping this thread alive. Keep those S.A.S. examples coming!
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    Could be a little or a lot depending on the...

    Could be a little or a lot depending on the condition. Condition is everything when it comes to knives like this. We would need to see some photos in order to be of more help.....
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    Those are nice looking cabinets, Paul!

    Those are nice looking cabinets, Paul!
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    Sorry for my much-delayed response to this...

    Sorry for my much-delayed response to this thread.

    I've only seen two Yellowhorse CoPilots sell on ebay over the past five years and both brought right at the $200 mark. Like Sal said, there...
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    If the tang says "Spyderco USA", it is a very...

    If the tang says "Spyderco USA", it is a very early Spyderco knife (early 1981-1984). The only models I know of that were marked that way were the Worker, Mariner, and the Executive.

    I recall...
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    I think production of the Wegner's preceded the...

    I think production of the Wegner's preceded the widespread use of VG-10.
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    Those are Smurf Killers if I've ever seen them! ...

    Those are Smurf Killers if I've ever seen them! All that missing is a Dodo!
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    This is my favorite CoPilot of all time for EDC!

    This is my favorite CoPilot of all time for EDC!
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    Agreed!!

    Agreed!!
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    There is really no way to "repair" the damaged...

    There is really no way to "repair" the damaged decals. I say that you should carry and enjoy those CoPilots. That's what Sal designed and produced them for.
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