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I don't like the brushed TI/ SS/ or whatever the handles are made of...
Happy b-day dude!
Maybe it was because of the new TSA rules on knives?
They could have seen it but not have cared or thought it was a SAK.
It was some other model before it was called the police.
You said it was aluminum first then stainless steel. If its aluminum it's worth a Pretty penny. Is its the ladder, it's just an old police....
That might be cool.
I tried to heat treat the brass, it was splotchy because I forgot to degrease it and it lost the spring-ness it had before.
Oh well, live and learn. Time to make a new one:)
Don't forget H1 gets work hardened!
I like the kiwi, PM2 and the ti fluted military.
The knife does not have to be centered to work, a nice thing to have, but not necessarily a must.
Some knives can not be centered without bladeplay, just the way it is.
Yes you can convert it to a SJ. You have to angle the notch in the blade where the lobkbar goes to a fairly shallow angle.
It's feasible but a lot easier to buy a UKPK, and then you have another...
A little project for my EDC.
Sorry for the notebook paper background and possible bad lighting. At least it's in 1080.
Works great for the time I've played around with it, though I need to spring...
I like my Endura 4 grip the best out of all knife grips I've handled. Even not spyderco brand knives.
I don't have a Junior but what I have heard of it is that it is made for EDC for younger people. It was designed essentially for "kids" hence then name Junior.
It is not meant for very hard use but...
As I'm aware all the Byrd knives are 8cr13mov steel. I have never had rust problems with 8cr13mov.
I can not speak for AUS-8 though,
De ja vu?
This topic was posted twice.
There are many spyderco knives with those characteristics. Without pics or more detailed information, I can not help you, sorry.
Looking for a bracket for a project I came across this:
Look-a-like or the real Endura 1-4?
It is product ''F"
Anybody try heat treating :)
Never had a patina, cut an orange and did not rinse the blade for two days. No rust/patina...
Knives like that are everywhere. Just some with flippers some with opening holes...
Some of the Swiss army knives are left handed linerlocks.
I think the Soldier, rescue, and Fireman are left handed.
Give us your thoughts...
Some people love them, and some people don't.