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    I wanted a nice pocket knife and I bought a Sage...

    I wanted a nice pocket knife and I bought a Sage 1 after having read good posts about it. It all started when I opened it the first time and heard it click. I was amazed by the quality of the object,...
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    One minor possible improvement: the jimping on...

    One minor possible improvement: the jimping on the black Delica offers nearly no grip at all, it is slippy compared to the non-coated version. The PM2 doesn't have this problem.
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    Any Anza owner?

    I just bought a Anza hunter, and I am waiting for the mail. They say that the blade is made from a file, but what steel exactly it's unclear. Any experience with this brand?
  4. I see, yes I noticed that. The effect on the...

    I see, yes I noticed that. The effect on the blade angle of tightening those screws is still a bit mystical for me, but your method works! Man how I love this knife...
  5. Hey it works! I hadn't tried to play with the...

    Hey it works! I hadn't tried to play with the bottom screws, only the pivot and stop pin ones, I guess this was why the blade was always leaning toward one side. Many thanks Evil!!
  6. How to fix blade centering on the Paramilitary 2?

    I recently disassembled my PM2 to remove sand from the pivot area. I was able to mount it back without trouble (opening is smooth and lock is tight as before), except that the blade is now slightly...
  7. For small cutting tasks (boxes, plastics),...

    For small cutting tasks (boxes, plastics), ZDP189!! My ladybug is the knife I use the most and which I have to resharpen the least often, and it's always like a razor!
    For thick cardboards, light...
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    Ladybug 3 (ZDP189) Dragonfly 2 (G10 handles)...

    Ladybug 3 (ZDP189)
    Dragonfly 2 (G10 handles)
    Delica 4 (PE and PS)
    Lil' Matriarch
    Sage 1
    Paramilitary 2
    Fred Perrin neck bowie
    ESEE 4
    ESEE Candiru
    Ontario RAT7
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    Yes, mine is tagged "EL" (built in May 2012) and...

    Yes, mine is tagged "EL" (built in May 2012) and has got black screws.
  10. Thread: Perrin Bowie

    by oneunder
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    I'd love a folder version of the FP neck bowie....

    I'd love a folder version of the FP neck bowie. PPT is nice but what about this blade in a Junior:

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  11. Thread: Para 2 DLC

    by oneunder
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    holds up well! a few scratches from cutting...

    holds up well! a few scratches from cutting aluminum cans
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    It may depend on who controls you, but I...

    It may depend on who controls you, but I understood that the general idea in south america (at least in Bolivia where I went) was that blades were ok as long as they were purposeful. As a backpacker,...
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    nice! i'd love an update of the tasman with the...

    nice! i'd love an update of the tasman with the delica 4 bidirectional grip handle
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    20974 Lil' Matriarch in my mail today! ...

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    Lil' Matriarch in my mail today!

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    and the dumbest cut test ever :(
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    And yet the blade of my PM2 shows a very slight...

    And yet the blade of my PM2 shows a very slight lateral move that my Sage or Delicas don't. I got used to it and it doesn't bug me anymore because the lock feels stronger than any other system I know...
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    I'd love that! :) What about removable...

    I'd love that! :) What about removable serrations? Come on Sal...
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    Many requests about blade length! If the PM2 is...

    Many requests about blade length! If the PM2 is essentially a scaled-down Military, it would be logical to rather upgrade the Military with a compression lock. On the other hand I guess that Military...
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    PARA-MILITARY 3 (wish list)

    The PM2 will not be easy to improve. Just trying to guess if the same leap than from the original PM can be reproduced by Spyderco. What would be your requests?
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    20940 The black Delica was my excuse to buy a...

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    The black Delica was my excuse to buy a combo edge as it only comes in that configuration, and it's great. I keep it in my car for emergency situations and EDC the orange one.
  20. Thread: Sage pricing

    by oneunder
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    I can't agree more. And besides the specs,...

    I can't agree more. And besides the specs, there's something special about the Sage1, it simply feels great. As it is a homage I guess that Spyderco tried to engineer the best implementation of the...
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    Yes I guess it would bring the knife in the price...

    Yes I guess it would bring the knife in the price range of a Sebenza. Still again the ~$100 Taiwan-made Sage has zero blade play, perfectly smooth and consistent opening, and is nearly as fast as the...
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    I love my PM2 but I can't help being a bit...

    I love my PM2 but I can't help being a bit disappointed by the - very - slight lateral blade play. I tried pretty much all the techniques I could find on forums and none helped, I guess it's within...
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    PM2, Sage 1, LadyBug3

    My first Spyderco was the Sage. I liked it so much that I got the PM2, and then the LadyBug. I bought the neck knife from Fred Perrin in a show last summer, the guy is very nice and funny; I thought...
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