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    I own a Nano, and I honestly can't think of any...

    I own a Nano, and I honestly can't think of any situation where I'd rather have it than a Dragonfly.
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    Dragonfly 2 ZDP-189. It's amazing. I'd love...

    Dragonfly 2 ZDP-189. It's amazing.

    I'd love to see it in s110v or something, but I'm not holding my breath. I'm very, very happy with the ZDP version. I've bought 2 for myself and gifted 3 more.
  3. Flippers: Retrofitting an Assist Spring?

    Does anyone know if it's possible to retrofit an assist spring to the flipper action in the Southard or Domino?

    To help myself get over missing the (BBS) PM 2 in Elmax, I bought a ZT 0770cf which...
  4. Sticky: Yes!!!!

    Yes!!!!
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    After having lost a very nice knife (ZT 0770cf)...

    After having lost a very nice knife (ZT 0770cf) during the course of regular work activities last week (my work involves a lot of scrambling around cliff faces and underbrush), I've put a VG-10...
  6. Are all the dealers sold out of Manix 2 Cruwears?...

    Are all the dealers sold out of Manix 2 Cruwears? Or will they come out in batches?

    I really want one, but all my favorite dealers are showing sold out. Will I have to resort to eBay?
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    If someone wanted to make Forum Member t-shirts,...

    If someone wanted to make Forum Member t-shirts, would Sal be willing to let us use the Spyderco name for them?
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    I have three of them already, to do with my kids....

    I have three of them already, to do with my kids. I got them from Howes.
  9. Thread: Spyderco K2

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    Tatanka is the Lakota word for Bison.

    Tatanka is the Lakota word for Bison.
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    I find the Tasman Salt remarkable versatile. The...

    I find the Tasman Salt remarkable versatile. The SE hawkbill has amazing pull cutting power, and the sharp tip is great for small, precise work. The only EDC task that I encounter it isn't suited...
  11. Thread: My Top 3

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    Wow! Nice work.

    Wow! Nice work.
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    I'd like it for closing the knife easier. I...

    I'd like it for closing the knife easier.

    I recently acquired a ZT0770CF which I'm really enjoying (it was my response to my desire to buy the Elmax PM2 combined with my distaste for BBS). It's...
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    Is the folding configuration preferred for this...

    Is the folding configuration preferred for this use because of potential difficulties re-sheathing a fixed blade?

    I have a friend who's a rescue swimmer (but Navy, not CG). Maybe I'll ask him.
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    Bolt action or compression lock would be awesome,...

    Bolt action or compression lock would be awesome, too. Especially if they are substantially easier to get working (and so could come to market sooner).
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    Flippers with CBBL or Compresion Lock

    Is there any chance we'll see a flipper with something that's not a liner or frame lock?

    I noticed that Benchmade has an axis lock flipper.

    Is there a technical reason there couldn't be a...
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    What is MSRP on the Roadie?

    What is MSRP on the Roadie?
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    I'll admit that 75% of the time I just leave the...

    I'll admit that 75% of the time I just leave the lock off. But there are definitely some situations where I want it. Carrying loose in a pocket is a good example, but I originally bought the CRKT...
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    Knives that locked closed?

    Are there any Spyderco knives that lock in the closed position?

    I have a Kershaw Leek and a CRKT Bandera with this feature and sometimes find it useful.
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    There were plenty of wars before 1800, though. ...

    There were plenty of wars before 1800, though.

    The low tech aspects are just one part of the whole that is Amish culture.
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    I think it would be awesome. :) FWIW, I...

    I think it would be awesome. :)


    FWIW, I would love to see the Golden S110V knives not be exclusives. It would be fantastic if they were equivalent to the ZDP models (upgraded standard...
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    A bit off topic, but can you explain the ti-virus...

    A bit off topic, but can you explain the ti-virus to me? I googled it and can't figure out what it's about. I'd love to see a "this part does this" sort of diagram of the thing.
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    Great idea! A "TSA tool" would be really nice to...

    Great idea! A "TSA tool" would be really nice to have.
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    I'd buy a Caly 3.5 in H-1. Two, probably--one to...

    I'd buy a Caly 3.5 in H-1. Two, probably--one to use and one to collect.

    But the truth is I'd probably buy either Caly in any sprint.
  24. Thread: Which Salt?

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    Which Salt?

    I'm in the market for a Salt model. I already own the Tasman (in both PE and SE) and the Ladybug hawkbill.

    I am interested in a larger size general purpose knife for this role.

    Anyone have any...
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    I need to find myself one of those. UpDok,...

    I need to find myself one of those.

    UpDok, where did you get the "got liberty?"
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