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I think that it is legitimate to be concerned about this issue. Radioactive metals have been recycled and turned into household items and cutlery like forks in the past, and countries from Jamaica to...
I love it! My feelings exactly about misaligned blades and bladeplay...they cause a disturbance in the Force.
Think of what Spyderco can do with that design, perhaps something Cricket-like with those awesome patina finishes.
This is a collaboration that I am very interested in:
This is a nice little knife. Any chance of it coming back as a sprint?
I love the Marcin prototype. Yours is nice too. I would like a larger Maus'Techno.
Baking soda and a wet toothbrush,works perfectly.
Endura. As with any FRN knife, Endura or Stretch, just make sure it doesn't have blade play when you buy it.
The Techno is a truly great EDC knife. Buy one second-hand and scratched if you have to, so that it's affordable/do-able. It will still be a beautiful knife.
I'm still very much a beginner at sharpening. I too was worried about sharpening my Spydie, until I bought a Sharpmaker and watched the videos on Youtube by jdavis882. I just got a large fine...
I think Spyderco out-did itself with the perfection of the Sage 2. How any other Sage can follow that is beyond me.
Since Spyderco doesn't make one, you should look at the Victorinox SwissTool and their SpiritX ergonomic lightweight version of the SwissTool.
They're far finer than any other multitool in my...
To quote Sal, 'We have always tried to "leave shiny footprints" whereever we go.'
Welcome to the forum, rifleman.
Surely Spyderco is locally famous in Colorado, no? I enjoyed the article. I'd like to see a step-by-step photoessay showing how a Golden=produced knife is produced there.
This Glock tape works.
I asked how many Enduras had been produced through the years, and Sal politely told me that this was proprietorial private business information, or something to that effect, so I doubt that he will...
Metallurgy is one tthing that I expected the Chinese to be very experienced and skilled at working.
The Sage 2 is the best value-for-money EDC knife Spyderco makes. It's simply superb.
You're welcome. I'm usually immune to the charms of non-Spyderco knives, but this model is very tempting...most of my knife use is in the kitchen.
That AG Russelll Folding Cook's knife mentioned above is their company's second best-selling knife of all time.
I'd like to see the Spydie version...
Check your Private Messages.
Any Cricket, any Sage.
What Vader says +1