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  1. I certainly hope so. :D

    I certainly hope so. :D
  2. Because you don't need to pass a test and get a...

    Because you don't need to pass a test and get a license in order to buy a screwdriver.
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    The ones on the shelf with the Lum Tanto are a...

    The ones on the shelf with the Lum Tanto are a D'Allara Rescue, Gunting Trainer, Jot Singh Khalsa, and a Zowada. The one between the two Millies and the Centofante is a SnapIt.
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    Looks great Tony. :)

    Looks great Tony. :)
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    One minor point. Glad you got the clip off, but...

    One minor point. Glad you got the clip off, but if a coin worked, the knife is not a Native 4. If it's FRN, then it's either an original Native Lightweight (flat steel clip) or a Native III (wire...
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    I'd be more surprised if the "rolling blackouts"...

    I'd be more surprised if the "rolling blackouts" situation in Japan has not slowed down production of knives to some extent than if it has. However, in the case of the G-10 Dragonfly, it could also...
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    Most places measure blade length as a straight...

    Most places measure blade length as a straight line between the most forward point on the handle and the tip of the blade (as in DemskeetSkeet's photo), not just the sharpened edge. That's one of...
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    All the more reason to purchase a knife that can...

    All the more reason to purchase a knife that can be opened and closed equally well with either. I find it incredible that so many right handed people are so short sighted as to assume they will...
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    Poll: If you're afraid a given knife might fail in...

    If you're afraid a given knife might fail in normal use, carry one that you trust. The only real way to test lock strength is to exceed it. Once you've done that, the knife is broken. Expensive...
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    You speak of a problem with the grind, but all...

    You speak of a problem with the grind, but all you mention is that the edge of both knives is dull near the handle. If that's the only issue, and seeing that you seem to have excellent sharpening...
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    Which probably just means dealers were given an...

    Which probably just means dealers were given an ETA for the Manix Lightweight, and then production was delayed.
  12. Pretty much agree with your list except I'm not...

    Pretty much agree with your list except I'm not sure about the Tuff. ETA on it may still be too far out to include it. I'd hope to see the Sage IV, but don't really expect to.
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    Has Spyderco added liners to the 79mm Rescue?

    Has Spyderco added liners to the 79mm Rescue?
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    At one time Spyderco numbered the entire first...

    At one time Spyderco numbered the entire first batch of collaboration model. Generally that meant around 1200 knives, sometimes more, sometimes less. The number on your Chinook simply means it was...
  15. Might just be coincidence but 9 out of my top 10...

    Might just be coincidence but 9 out of my top 10 Spyderco models have 50/50 choils and the other one is a fixed blade. :D But I will also say that not all 50/50 choils work for me. The Manix is one...
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    Or they're located in countries with very...

    Or they're located in countries with very favorable exchange rates. Agree on the other. Prices on some of this stuff tempt me to part with a few of my dust collectors too.
  17. Thing is, cancer is huge, so there's plenty of...

    Thing is, cancer is huge, so there's plenty of money to be made if even one specific kind could be conquered. Even though I wish it were otherwise, I can understand the logic behind pharmaceutical...
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    Have they come up with a non-stick coating for...

    Have they come up with a non-stick coating for cookware that doesn't require plastic utensils? If not, there's not much chance one could stand up to the things a blade must.
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    I'm sure they'll be willing to cancel your...

    I'm sure they'll be willing to cancel your pre-order, but given their disclaimer regarding pre-order pricing and that the error was caught and corrected within hours of the ad being posted, I doubt...
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    Might not be possible, unless the blue would work...

    Might not be possible, unless the blue would work without making it green. I'm pretty sure you can only make things darker with dye and if that's the case there'd be no way to dye anything white.
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    I'd love to ask the sheriff if Bryant was...

    I'd love to ask the sheriff if Bryant was arrested in the middle of a haircut.
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    On a lock back, nothing, unless it's overdone. ...

    On a lock back, nothing, unless it's overdone. But it's easy to overdo and then it can attract and hold pocket lint which can get pushed into the lock notch and cause the lock not to engage fully. ...
  23. My sister tried, found it didn't twirl well.

    My sister tried, found it didn't twirl well.
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    About as often as I change my socks. I have a...

    About as often as I change my socks. I have a half dozen or so "everyday" knives and a couple "Sunday go to meeting" ones. Exactly which I carry on a given day depends on my mood, where I'm going,...
  25. Perrin Street Bowie.

    Perrin Street Bowie.
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