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    I bought both the UF and Diamond rods and feel...

    I bought both the UF and Diamond rods and feel that having them makes the Sharpmaker a nice, complete kit. I use the UF rods each time I sharpen; usually 10 to 15 light passes per side to refine the...
  2. Thread: [updated]Poor me

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    Broken tip or blunted? Looks like you could...

    Broken tip or blunted?

    Looks like you could work that out with a very slight modification and re-sharpening, perhaps?
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    Thanks, everyone for keeping this thread alive...

    Thanks, everyone for keeping this thread alive and inspiring all of us with new music. I've really enjoyed the posts and got turned on to some great music and musicians.

    I've yet to figure out...
  4. Thread: I've got a son!

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    It's a truly wonderful and beautiful thing,...

    It's a truly wonderful and beautiful thing, welcoming a child into the world.

    Congratulations to you and your family.
  5. Thread: Spyderco Hunter

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    I'm still waiting for this to show up in my...

    I'm still waiting for this to show up in my mailbox, so you should really stop showing it off. :rolleyes: :D
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    Photos can speak volumes and it's clear that she...

    Photos can speak volumes and it's clear that she was a sweet girl.

    My condolences on your loss of such a wonderful companion.
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    Part number and specs are shown but that's...

    Part number and specs are shown but that's it...no price listed.
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    I was visiting some dealer sites this evening and...

    I was visiting some dealer sites this evening and Blade HQ has both the Firefly and the Tatanka on their Spyderco page. Obviously not in stock yet but perhaps a hint that these two models are...
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    Our dog picked up ticks frequently and our son...

    Our dog picked up ticks frequently and our son loves to be in the woods, so I can tell you that in our experience nothing beats a good pair of tweezers. I'm not a fan of holding open flame to skin...
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    I'm fairly certain I know where you visited and...

    I'm fairly certain I know where you visited and if so, said "sporting goods type place" is planning to open a location just a few miles from my home town.

    Though I'm familiar with their pricing...
  11. Thread: Sage 1 Review...

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    I agree with you on this and also feel that it...

    I agree with you on this and also feel that it adds to the aesthetic appeal of the Sage, as the pillars and liners are beautifully done.
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    Typically, I'm not keen on orange handle scales...

    Typically, I'm not keen on orange handle scales or bolsters but the combination here is very nice. A Liner Lock, VG10 Steel, blade shape and the diminutive dimensions of the knife all add up to a...
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    Congrats on your purchase; the Sage 1 is a...

    Congrats on your purchase; the Sage 1 is a wonderful knife.

    The first click that you hear is the detent ball giving way before the lock engages. If you watch the liner lock as you deploy the...
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    For me it is unequivocally, the Sage 1.

    For me it is unequivocally, the Sage 1.
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    I'm a drummer and I enjoy the history behind the...

    I'm a drummer and I enjoy the history behind the Cymbals that I play.

    Alchemist, Avedis I, began making Zildjian Cymbals in a small Constantinople foundry in 1623.
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  16. Thread: R.I.P Tank

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    A handsome boy, indeed. May you find comfort...

    A handsome boy, indeed.

    May you find comfort in the memories of your time shared with such a wonderful companion.
  17. Well said and I agree. I'm more satisfied now...

    Well said and I agree. I'm more satisfied now with just my Sage 1 and XHP Chaparral; the way that they perform and my ability to sharpen them, than I was with my larger collection of safe queens and...
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    I really enjoy my CF, XHP Chaparral. It's such a...

    I really enjoy my CF, XHP Chaparral. It's such a great knife.

    The action on my example was a bit stiff (which I expected) though it wasn't gritty. I still decided to clean it thoroughly before...
  19. Thread: Blue G10 Lava

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    That's fantastic. :cool: Nice to see something...

    That's fantastic. :cool:

    Nice to see something other than a skull adorning a lanyard.
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    Somehow, I forgot about this one. I agree that...

    Somehow, I forgot about this one.

    I agree that a (wire) clip is a must and VG10 would be outstanding.
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    Whenever someone posts about a Spydie being...

    Whenever someone posts about a Spydie being listed or sold at such a high premium, the first thing that pops into my head is "I wonder what Sal or Eric would think of that?"

    :)
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    Done.

    Done.
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    Sage 1, and though it'll never happen, if I could...

    Sage 1, and though it'll never happen, if I could get one with Super Blue or S90V, I'd be ok with that :D
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    The Chris Reeve micro fiber cloth is excellent...

    The Chris Reeve micro fiber cloth is excellent and available from Knife Center for $4.00

    To justify the shipping, you could order a new Spydie to go with it :D
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    That's an understatement to say the...

    That's an understatement to say the least...beautifully done.

    I think a grind like this would be stellar on a Sage.
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