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    Thank you so very much for the wonderful story...

    Thank you so very much for the wonderful story and the great pictures. I am so happy that you had an enjoyable time. Thank you, Sal and Gail!
  2. Stainless Steel Restaurant Fabricators can make Custom-Knives?

    There are machinists and companies that will fabricate stainless steel furnishings and equipment for restaurants, diners, and industrial and medical and other fields. My question: Since they list...
  3. ReGrinder Services for Personal Knives?

    I have been looking at some of the amazing re-grinds done on some of the Spyderco knives on this forum, and they are very cool. What type of price (rough estimate) should one expect to pay for...
  4. Thank you, Deacon! Those are beautiful pictures...

    Thank you, Deacon! Those are beautiful pictures too.
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    Very nice, good job :)

    Very nice, good job :)
  6. Combination Handle Materials: Does it work?

    I was wondering about this: Generally when a knife is made, it uses a single handle material, and that tends to work fine. Has anyone ever seen or known of a knife (folder or fixed) that uses two or...
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    Thank you for the good responses. And you're...

    Thank you for the good responses. And you're right about third world people would be willing to trade their place with Americans.

    One of the core issues was related to food: The person I had the...
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    Why are Americans so picky?

    Please, don't get me wrong. I love America and American people and American history (PS: I am referring to the United States of America). But can people here explain something to me? A friend and I...
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    I like both new grinds, especially the second...

    I like both new grinds, especially the second one. Did you have to lose much of the original blade steel or not so much?
  10. DIAMOND SPYDIES: Imagine your favorite Spyderco...

    DIAMOND SPYDIES: Imagine your favorite Spyderco knives but made with SHATTER PROOF NANOSTRUCTURED DIAMOND COMPOSITE. I'm not talking DLC..I'm talking ATOMIC PRECISION MOLECULE BY MOLECULE...
  11. Thank you so very much, Sal!

    Thank you so very much, Sal!
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    [QUOTE=Blerv;962071] In almost every case if...

    [QUOTE=Blerv;962071]

    In almost every case if someone isn't satisfied with a knife they can return it to Spyderco with a note explaining their lack of satisfaction. In a short amount of time...
  13. Thank you all Deacon and Jabba. My basic idea is...

    Thank you all Deacon and Jabba. My basic idea is to have a good balance of text and images, and also include some of the publically-listed steel compositions, and write it from my perspective and add...
  14. Writing a book on knives: Question to Sal and others about copyright permission

    Hello Sal and others who are Spyderco employees, I have a serious question:

    I want to write a book about knives, and have a chapter on Spyderco knives, and include reprinted images of some...
  15. Spyderco Native as an emergency butchering/cookout knife?

    If you had a Spyderco Native folder, and there were no other knives around, would the blade shape and overall structure be useful for cutting up steaks, chops, whole roast hogs, chickens, as well as...
  16. Chinese man survives knife that went through his brain

    http://www.livescience.com/47388-stabbed-in-the-brain.html

    It fell from high up and penetrated.

    Has anyone here ever dropped a knife, blade point, that stuck in your foot? I knew of someone...
  17. New Georgia law requires permit for certain sized knives!

    http://www.wrdw.com/home/headlines/New-Georgia-Gun-Law-requires-permits-on-knives-too-271345011.html?ref=011


    " Any blade longer than 5 inches with a handle could now require a permit. It's a...
  18. Honestly, you made a great point. I don't know...

    Honestly, you made a great point. I don't know him personally but from what I read, he is a cool guy and I consider his knowledge-base about knives, metals, and cutlery to be amazing, and...
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    Bamboo has silica in its structure. That is one...

    Bamboo has silica in its structure. That is one way it is so strong. The plant is able to process silicate materials and integrate them into its structure.

    It accumulates it.
  20. You would think the man could find better ways to...

    You would think the man could find better ways to focus his time, energy, money, and effort, than going after some knife shop. If anything, he should be glad, as a knife user and knife designer, that...
  21. Online Metallurgy Degree or certificate: Thoughts?

    How difficult would it be and do these even exist, an online degree in steel alloys and metallurgy?
  22. Can surface treatments be removed from knife blades or not?

    Whether it be Stone-Wash, Bead-Blasted, Parkerized, or other coatings, can these be removed if someone had the tools and was careful and precise enough, and would it be plain but workable steel...
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    My condolences, Ken =( It is always sad when we...

    My condolences, Ken =( It is always sad when we lose a member of our family, and that includes our four legged furry and feathered ones. My prayers and compassion are with you.
  24. I just don't understand why they don't still do...

    I just don't understand why they don't still do this? It seems that it would be a compromise between the personal freedom and the safety: They hold the knife and give it back to you when you leave...
  25. I'm with you on that, Joshua! It would almost be...

    I'm with you on that, Joshua! It would almost be like the Aqua Salt, but a beefy hunting version.
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