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  1. Thread: Yesterday

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    My condolences on your loss. Our furry friends...

    My condolences on your loss. Our furry friends truly are family.
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    Poll: The knife in my pocket right now is a $1,000...

    The knife in my pocket right now is a $1,000 knife. It's a wharncliffe whittler by Joel Chamblin and worth every penny I paid for it. The knife is a user and goes to work with me every day, has for...
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    Yeah, I had the same two choices growing up, so I...

    Yeah, I had the same two choices growing up, so I tried a lot of things I would not have otherwise eaten. On the other hand, I also remember brussel sprouts on my plate and a timer in front of me;...
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    A simple solution is to zip tie your Spydie to...

    A simple solution is to zip tie your Spydie to the belt loop on a pair of your pants (in your checked bag). You can carry a pair of scissors (up to 4") in your carry on and use that to cut the zip...
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    Email sent. Thanks!!!

    Email sent. Thanks!!!
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    I will be there.

    I will be there.
  7. Thread: VIP Passes?

    by dsvirsky
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    VIP Passes?

    Just wondering whether Spyderco is going to hook loyal Spydie fans up with VIP passes for Blade Show again this year? Y'all have taken good care of me in the past and I sure do appreciate it.
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    I'll be there. Coming in late Thursday afternoon...

    I'll be there. Coming in late Thursday afternoon and staying until Monday.
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    Well all is said and done, a nice slipjoint....

    Well all is said and done, a nice slipjoint. Something like this:
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  10. Got my Swick scales, yesterday. They're very...

    Got my Swick scales, yesterday. They're very nice. Unfortunately (my bad), I didn't realize how much difference there is between my sprint run Swick and the current version. Still love the scales,...
  11. Thread: Tanto Point?

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    I hope you'll excuse my taking your words out of...

    I hope you'll excuse my taking your words out of context. ;) In reference to Strider's tanto point knives, Mick Strider has stated, "Our tanto tips are not designed to cut....they are designed to...
  12. Thread: Blade Show

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    I'll be at Blade. I went to my first Blade Show...

    I'll be at Blade. I went to my first Blade Show in 2002 and have gone every year since.
    What you can expect, your first time, is to be totally overwhelmed. Have a plan for what you want to see and...
  13. My primary CCW for the past year and a half has...

    My primary CCW for the past year and a half has been a Beretta Nano. Don't know about the pocket thing (I carry mine AIWB), but +1 on the accurate and reliable. Over 2,200 rounds downrange (all...
  14. From what I've read around the web, it shouldn't...

    From what I've read around the web, it shouldn't have any real effect on ammo supplies (other than to maybe cause another cycle of panic buying). According to the International Lead Association, more...
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    If it's stupid, but it works, it isn't stupid.

    If it's stupid, but it works, it isn't stupid.
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    Not very active these days, but I remember you....

    Not very active these days, but I remember you. :spyder:
  17. Thread: Plaza Cutlery

    by dsvirsky
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    Plaza Cutlery is as good as they get. No worries...

    Plaza Cutlery is as good as they get. No worries doing business with Dan Delavan and his crew.
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    They don't have a No Weapons sign at the Toys R...

    They don't have a No Weapons sign at the Toys R Us here in Roanoke. In fact, I've never seen a No Weapons sign at a commercial location, with the one exception of Lewis Gale Medical Center.

    I...
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    Virginia requires third graders to be able to...

    Virginia requires third graders to be able to read and write cursive. My son just finished Kindergarten, so he hasn't faced this task, yet. Hopefully, he'll be better at it than I was. Personally, I...
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    Spyderco will be at Booth #20, which is, I...

    Spyderco will be at Booth #20, which is, I believe, their usual location.

    I will also be there, as I have every year since 2002. Driving down on Thursday and staying until Monday.
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    Still working for the Federal government. Same...

    Still working for the Federal government. Same agency as metalhed, but at a different office.
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    Email sent. Thanks.

    Email sent. Thanks.
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    This is why I usually stay out of these pissing...

    This is why I usually stay out of these pissing contests. :rolleyes:
    1) There is a difference between a strategic sourcing contract and a contract to purchase.
    2) The link works just fine. It...
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    I usually try to stay out of these pointless...

    I usually try to stay out of these pointless discussions, but if you're going to accuse the media of failing to check their facts, perhaps you should try to check yours:...
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    But, best of all is spotting the State trooper up...

    But, best of all is spotting the State trooper up ahead and moving over so they can fly on by at 20+ over the limit, just in time to meet him/her.
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