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  1. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    Yeah. I was initially happier with it. I'll...

    Yeah.

    I was initially happier with it. I'll have to see if I can get a better point on it or just send it in to SC.


    What the hell, I'm only out $5 and the broken tip is gone...



    I'd...
  2. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    Yeah. Mayble I'll just donate the cheap...

    Yeah. Mayble I'll just donate the cheap Remington knife I keep in my glove-box. I have a better Kershaw living in the truck anyway.
  3. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    A minute on the mill-file, a few swirls on the...

    A minute on the mill-file, a few swirls on the soft Arkansas, and a minute or two on the hard Arkansas.

    http://imageshack.us/a/img46/8654/se91.jpg

    More even side/side, a little more relief...
  4. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    Those are sweet, where can I get one? Or did you...

    Those are sweet, where can I get one? Or did you "make" it out of a larger prybar?


    Anyway, coming home work today I passed a store that did knife/scissor/shear/tool sharpening and I stopped in....
  5. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    Thanks for all the replies. Before we even...

    Thanks for all the replies.

    Before we even knew Spyderco would reprofile it, he did say something similar to "I guess I'm out $125...".
    He did offer to pay for the service and shipping to and...
  6. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    Yeah... A screwdriver did the job... A...

    Yeah...

    A screwdriver did the job... A screwdriver one of us had in our tool boxes...


    I don't like multi-tools. In my experience a SAK or a Leatherman or whatever might do a lot of things...
  7. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    That's an idea, but as much as I want a brand new...

    That's an idea, but as much as I want a brand new PM2 to replace it, or multiple PM2s, I simply can't afford another $100+ blade right now.

    The PM2 was my first "good" knife, up until that one my...
  8. Thread: No! My PM2!

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    No! My PM2!

    So I'm over at my best friend's place helping him change the fork seals on his Yamaha. I am busy reading the book for some help and he has one of the forks in his lap.
    He says "Hey man, can I use...
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    +1

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    Good to know. I guess that means if I ever...

    Good to know.

    I guess that means if I ever want to get new scales I'll take one side off at a time ;)

    Haha, if only it were that easy :rolleyes:


    Actually, that is kind of unfortunate as I...
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    Aftermarket scales?

    Does anyone know of any kind of aftermarket source for PM2, or other style, G10 grip scales?

    Anyone make their own?


    Just a topic of curiosity.
  12. Well, for the past 2 months or so I've been...

    Well, for the past 2 months or so I've been trying to scrounge away as much as possible to pay off my Ruger 77/22, and it certainly didn't help that I bought a PM2...
    And now my clutch master and/or...
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    Yes, the PM2 is damn near perfect, even in my...

    Yes, the PM2 is damn near perfect, even in my hands. If I don't use the choil my hand fills the grip as intended and molded, and if I use the choil I'm just choked up a little bit.
    However, in day...
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    Smaller ParaMilitary2?

    After recently becoming a Spyderco addict after getting my second blade in the mail just today, I am scouring the catalog for other high quality blades.

    I do see a lack of something in particular,...
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    Haha, maybe! I drive a Cherokee, if you happen...

    Haha, maybe! I drive a Cherokee, if you happen to drive a Wrangler or something even cooler, but I have an awesome Cherokee that was almost impossible to find here in the northern midwest.
    ...
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    I've always carried tip-down until recently...

    I've always carried tip-down until recently because it seems cheaper knives only let you configure them tip-down. My first "good" knife (a Kershaw Salvo combo-edge) allowed me to try tip-up, and...
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    Huh. interesting stuff. I did have a Taylor...

    Huh. interesting stuff. I did have a Taylor Cutlery made Smith & Wesson knife back in the day that was 440C and that didn't seem to hold an edge too well, I've had better experience with my Sandvik...
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    That's what I meant, sorry... I've been...

    That's what I meant, sorry...

    I've been hearing awesome things about the S30V, I can't wait to try it out on my Para2.



    I try not to be brand/type myopic, but when I find something I like I...
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    Well don't that beat all. See, that's the...

    Well don't that beat all.

    See, that's the awesome thing about Spyderco, at some time or another they have or will have made a knife in whatever configuration you can think up :p
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    Sorry for the double post. I don't have...

    Sorry for the double post.



    I don't have that much experience with different steels or with metallurgy, how does that compare to the CPD S30V?
    The most experience I have is with Kershaw's...
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    Well, on Lock-Back it's not like I have zero...

    Well, on Lock-Back it's not like I have zero experience with them. I have carried a cheap knife that was lock-back for a while and I work in a store that sells a decent amount of mid-low range...
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    Help out a newbie!

    Hello everyone, I'm a bit of a lurker and a new-found Spyderco fan. Looking for some input if possible.

    My only current Spyderco is an odd H1 Ladybug with the Shell Oil logo on the blade, been...
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    Oh great, here I am browsing the catalog...

    Oh great, here I am browsing the catalog bookmarking all the knives I want to throw money at in the near future, and I think 'Oh, lets check out the forums; it's been a while' and I find this thread....
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    Thanks for the warm welcome, guys. This would...

    Thanks for the warm welcome, guys.

    This would be the first Spyderco I own, but I sell plenty of top-dollar Spydercos where I work and I know they are great knives, so when I saw the box I new I...
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    Interesting Ladybug

    So I was at a garage sale the other day and digging through a box of junk I produce a small Spyderco box with a $5 price tag on it. It felt like it was empty because of the weight but there was a...
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