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    I have ground/rounded the back underside of the...

    I have ground/rounded the back underside of the trigger guard on a bunch of Glocks to move the grip up a bit, and once I got down to 320 grit or so, it polishes up real nice with cardboard! Just make...
  2. Yes, like so many folks, my wisdom teeth didn't...

    Yes, like so many folks, my wisdom teeth didn't have enough room to coexist with the rest of my choppers, so first one came out , then another, then the last two, over a period of three or four...
  3. Haven't seen anybody mention...

    Haven't seen anybody mention http://www.thespydercostore.com/ yet. I have gotten several Spydys from them, good prices, fast shipping, contacted their customer service one time and was dealt with...
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    I read this somewhere once: "Life just is a...

    I read this somewhere once: "Life just is a journey between a warm place, and a cold place; all that really matters is the love we share in between."

    God bless you, brother, and stay warm.
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    Hard to beat a PM2... Very very slick design.

    Hard to beat a PM2... Very very slick design.
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    I really get a lot of use out of my SB manbug, it...

    I really get a lot of use out of my SB manbug, it or my dfly2 are always rattling around in my front pocket, even if something else is clipped on top...
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    I think Mr. 3rdgenrigger has the right of it on...

    I think Mr. 3rdgenrigger has the right of it on the lockup thing. Normal manufacturing tolerances will add up, and especially on the physically smaller knives like the ladybug, Dfly, etc, the lockbar...
  8. I have gotten good deals and uniformly good...

    I have gotten good deals and uniformly good service from thespydercostore.com, as well as many of the other vendors mentioned. Hadn't seen anyone mention them yet, I've sure got no complaints about...
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    I carry a PM2 or Domino every day, neither one of...

    I carry a PM2 or Domino every day, neither one of which is anywhere close to $100 in my world, but it's funny, when I have to cut something , 9 times out of 10 my little black Delica 4 comes out of...
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    +1 on Matt's post. If you don't have any...

    +1 on Matt's post. If you don't have any experience with the Domino, try to imagine a cross between a Dragonfly 2 and a Manix 2, with a really good flipper... You won't be far off. Very solid, very...
  11. Me too. Dickies. Cheap, wear like iron, nice and...

    Me too. Dickies. Cheap, wear like iron, nice and comfy, easy to find.

    Good stuff!
  12. Big yeah on the purple Dfly, my wife has all the...

    Big yeah on the purple Dfly, my wife has all the purple frn. I don't have a pink native (or any other color), but I have a Smurf blue sage that a carry a lot...

    That must make me Smurfy!

    (You...
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    Oooooh, I'd be careful... A very small change in...

    Oooooh, I'd be careful... A very small change in the vertical relationship between the blade pivot and the lockbar pivot could produce that result. (I have no specific knowledge of knife locking...
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    Hey, MacLaren! I got a black handled Domino for...

    Hey, MacLaren! I got a black handled Domino for my bday in April, and liked it so much, I got my wife a blue one just like yours. Had to be different ya know. Awesome knives, the more you flip them...
  15. Yeah, my wife's 870 has been 100%, even with...

    Yeah, my wife's 870 has been 100%, even with those little short Aguila slugs. Eats everything, my 11-87 is pretty good as long as you keep it nice and oily. 100% with buckshot so far (15 years)....
  16. You know, I hate to say it, some my keys look...

    You know, I hate to say it, some my keys look kind of sharp and jaggedy like, maybe I should smooth them out a bit?

    Just trying to get along, you know!

    EDIT: ok, sarcasm overcame me. Yeah to...
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    Since it would appear that Spyderco has no...

    Since it would appear that Spyderco has no intention of getting into that market, if someone were interested in a machete/short sword, they might look at the Condor 14" blade Golok, the one with the...
  18. I have a dfly 2 g10. It's grand! Functionally...

    I have a dfly 2 g10. It's grand! Functionally identical to the frn ones, but it feels a lot more solid. A very nice piece. And one heck of a slicer, too.
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    Well, I certainly wasn't looking for that one, I...

    Well, I certainly wasn't looking for that one, I grabbed the weed he was hiding under, pulled, cut, he struck at me, I solved the problem.

    Just trying to cut some wild mustard for my goat, not...
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    Rattlesnake season

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    I was cutting some wild mustard, and knocked a few scales off him. He objected. We had a short discussion. My opinion prevailed. 8 buttons on the rattle, about 40". One of my neighbors had a...
  21. We have plenty aggressive strays, coyotes, and...

    We have plenty aggressive strays, coyotes, and coydogs (hybrids) where we live. I always take a 40" walking stick when I go for a walk.

    And pepper spray. And a loud thing.

    There is also a...
  22. Very similar, I haven't handled a Southard, but...

    Very similar, I haven't handled a Southard, but the Domino grip feels almost exactly the same as a Manix2, just a wee bit smoother and less angular, without the aggressive steel jimping on the handle...
  23. I've only had mine about a month, but I sure like...

    I've only had mine about a month, but I sure like it. Nice blade shape, good steel, feels real solid in the hand. Flipper action is smooth, fast, and intuitive. Nice and safe to close one handed, the...
  24. Absolutely, cutting the cardboard at an angle...

    Absolutely, cutting the cardboard at an angle makes things go much easier, the cut spreads sideways around the blade instead of having to compress the cardboard. However, care must be used. I was...
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    I stand corrected, sir! The catalog says 3.7 mm,...

    I stand corrected, sir! The catalog says 3.7 mm, but I laid my trusty ruler across the back of my pm2, and the taper ground (sharp) portion of the blade is indeed ~3.5 mm wide at most. The tang is ~...
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