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    Awesome work. I'd snag a pair for an Endura or...

    Awesome work. I'd snag a pair for an Endura or Para2 in a heartbeat. And the thought of a sprint run, , man oh man that would be slick. Thanks for sharing.
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    I agree with the placement of the stop pin. I...

    I agree with the placement of the stop pin. I suspect I'm just too used to Spydercos and their ease of deployment. I still like my CRK blades, but do wish they had a Spyder-hole.
  3. Thread: Hello Everyone

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    I feel for ya bro, , I moved to Virginia in April...

    I feel for ya bro, , I moved to Virginia in April and not a day goes by that I don't long to be back in Colorado.
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    Poll: I have both and voted for the Southard. It has a...

    I have both and voted for the Southard. It has a more robust feel in hand, and, personally, I love the blade shape. Like has been asserted earlier, , the Domino seems more suited to thin slicing...
  5. Bushcraft. I'm not a huge fan of it, but if...

    Bushcraft. I'm not a huge fan of it, but if you're stranded and you can only have one (Spyderco), a full tang and O-1 steel are the way to go.
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    Spyderco Hinderer Chris Reeve/Randall (Tied for...

    Spyderco
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    Chris Reeve/Randall (Tied for third)
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    I kind of like the idea, but doubt it would ever...

    I kind of like the idea, but doubt it would ever happen. I'd say people should take a look at Zero Tolerance's bayonet before they just turn up their noses at the idea. It's a slick looking knife...
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    That's some clean looking work. Congrats.

    That's some clean looking work. Congrats.
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    +1 on the EdgePro, the fundamental design and...

    +1 on the EdgePro, the fundamental design and numerous aftermarket stones available make it a truly remarkable system that will take most anyone's edges to a whole other level. However, for the most...
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    You could cant the edge toward the stone over...

    You could cant the edge toward the stone over that section like you mentioned, but consistency might be a bit difficult to achieve. Sounds like the blade was left a little thicker behind the edge in...
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    I got one (Large Insingo, plain handle) because...

    I got one (Large Insingo, plain handle) because the Sebenza is sort of a benchmark in folding knife quality. When I finally got it I was very much impressed with the reputed quality that preceded...
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    Nano-Oil for all pivots, and Corrosion-X for...

    Nano-Oil for all pivots, and Corrosion-X for flats on non-stainless steels (O-1, 1095, 52100, etc).
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    Virtuovice. "Hello knife people"

    Virtuovice. "Hello knife people"
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    Southard

    Southard
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    Good insights Cliff. But this brings up a...

    Good insights Cliff. But this brings up a thought. Why does there seem to be, in the custom knife-making world, a sense of elitism inherent to those who forge their blades rather than use stock...
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    +1. It would be hard to beat the Domino as far...

    +1. It would be hard to beat the Domino as far as new 2013 production knives go, and given all the hype associated with the forum knife in putting S110v steel into the Native5 format, I'd say they...
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    I have both, and like others have said, , you...

    I have both, and like others have said, , you kind of can't go wrong either way but it's still an apples vs oranges kind of issue since they are so different. Personally, I like the Southard better,...
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    Ironically, in all probability, the person who...

    Ironically, in all probability, the person who found your knife has zero idea what it is and could not tell it apart from a $10.00 knife from Pakistan. Sorry for your loss. The fear of losing a...
  19. Thread: Show your Mule

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    I'd say they are the best looking scales you've...

    I'd say they are the best looking scales you've made that I've seen you share on here. Nice work.
  20. Thread: removing a dent

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    If you only have a Sharpmaker at your disposal I...

    If you only have a Sharpmaker at your disposal I (personally) would not dull the edge and then try to re-profile. In the absence of pictures I'd say the best bet is to keep working the flats of the...
  21. +1 on the Southard. I too have all three and...

    +1 on the Southard. I too have all three and they are all some of the finest Spydercos available today. But, I too find that my Southard gets more pocket time than any of them. Bottom line , , ,...
  22. Poll: It wouldn't be large enough to be classified into...

    It wouldn't be large enough to be classified into what most consider a typical "camp knife" but all in all I'd say it is absolutely perfect for backpacking. Very lightweight (similar to that of a...
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    I think you will be surprised how quick the...

    I think you will be surprised how quick the learning curve is on the Edge Pro. I'd say anyone with a thorough knowledge of what sharpening is and how/why it works will easily be able to apply that...
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    My Southard is about as good as I've ever seen in...

    My Southard is about as good as I've ever seen in any Spyderco. In fact, I'd say its F&F is absolutely on par with my Sebenzas and damn near as perfect as my Hinderers. However, all my Taiwan...
  25. Poll: Everyone has their own opinion, and mine is that...

    Everyone has their own opinion, and mine is that the Taiwan knives are the best being produced by Spyderco right now. I'm not a huge fan of their knives made in Japan, but I'd put Taiwan ever so...
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