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    The Byrd line covers the basics quite well at the...

    The Byrd line covers the basics quite well at the moment. Quite a few of the major Spyderco knives have a Byrd counterpart. Delica-Meadowlark, Endura-Carara, etc. While not identical, the spirit of...
  2. Well, this is good news potentially, though 4...

    Well, this is good news potentially, though 4 days later, getting on the wait list is pointless at this point, considering how fast they sold out.

    Enjoy your sharp things ladies and gentlemen...
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    Poll: Missed this one. Did not expect it to go out of...

    Missed this one. Did not expect it to go out of stock that quickly. Ah well, it happens.
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    Swick 2 was actually third generation. Swick 1...

    Swick 2 was actually third generation. Swick 1 had two versions. A new Swick would be the fourth, technically speaking, but I'd like the idea of a third one I don't know about.
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    There were 3 runs of Swicks. Two of which were...

    There were 3 runs of Swicks. Two of which were sprints if I recall correctly.

    1st set was nearly identical to the 2nd, but I cannot for the life of me find the info on site. It lacks the trademark...
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    Look at Titanium handled knives in comparison to...

    Look at Titanium handled knives in comparison to their alternatives. The sad truth is that titanium is expensive. Also, the more exotic the handle, the higher the price point. To use the Native 5 as...
  8. I've only ever bent the wire clips.

    I've only ever bent the wire clips.
  9. Thread: Spot on!

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    I have an old Spot lying around somewhere, being...

    I have an old Spot lying around somewhere, being overshadowed by the sheer awesomeness of the Swick;) Both nice little knives, but I don't believe they were particularly popular when they were around.
  10. From someone who has been in customer service(and...

    From someone who has been in customer service(and felt the sting) for almost 20 years, I'd give you a standing ovation, but you wouldn't be able to tell:cool:

    In customer service, 9/10 times, you...
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    Tasman is quite sturdy and will hold up to...

    Tasman is quite sturdy and will hold up to semi-abuse. Have not owned a mini Matriarch, but that tip looks a bit thin for heavy use. On the flip side, I find VG-10 to outlast H-1 before I need to...
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    Without going into such detail that it would put...

    Without going into such detail that it would put half of us to sleep, it depends on where you are, and the surrounding circumstances. There are areas of the US that are very dangerous, but it's not...
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    2003, picked up a Harpy, been fighting the...

    2003, picked up a Harpy, been fighting the addiction ever since.
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    A sturdy pair of shoes and a good knowledge of...

    A sturdy pair of shoes and a good knowledge of where I am. I have no desire to end up in court justifying my actions if I could have avoided the situation. Worst case scenario and I can't avoid it,...
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    Happy belated Birthday sir.

    Happy belated Birthday sir.
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    I think the texture of a knife handle is a pretty...

    I think the texture of a knife handle is a pretty personal thing. What I consider rough, another may consider a wet eel, and vice versa. As mentioned before however, it comes down to cost...
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    I have forgotten more about this than I care to...

    I have forgotten more about this than I care to admit, but if I recall correctly, G-2, also known as Gin-1(I think) was a commonly used steel in several of Spyderco's models, until the switchover to...
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    If you haven't watched the DvD that should come...

    If you haven't watched the DvD that should come with the set, I highly recommend it, if for some reason you don't have one, the following videos are the contents of that disc, broken into segments.
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    Have to chime in here, mine is still going strong...

    Have to chime in here, mine is still going strong after 6+ years I think. To be perfectly honest though, it was lost in a shed in the backyard for a year of that.
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    So what you're saying is, this forum needs more...

    So what you're saying is, this forum needs more of my antics to keep people in good humor.:cool:

    I'll have to stop by more often, been missing this forum anyway.
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    Late as usual. Happy Birthday Jim:cool:

    Late as usual. Happy Birthday Jim:cool:
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    Anytime you put Cobalt in a steel in proper...

    Anytime you put Cobalt in a steel in proper proportions, it goes from good to excellent in my eyes.
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    Touche. I have experienced this as well on a...

    Touche.

    I have experienced this as well on a few compression locks. Usually it was due to the pivot being too lose, a little tightening seemed to help with mine.
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    Try the Tasman first, in my opinion. The...

    Try the Tasman first, in my opinion. The Spyderhawk is a monstrous knife, which while it has it's uses, takes up a lot of pocket space. Unless you plan on dedicating one pocket to the Spyderhawk, the...
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    VG-10 is my personal favorite, 154CM is the...

    VG-10 is my personal favorite, 154CM is the second choice. That's not to say I don't care for other steels, as they're all excellent. I have just had good experiences with the above steels.


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