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    Just finished breaking down enough cardboard...

    Just finished breaking down enough cardboard boxes to fill a large curbside rolling recycling bin. MT19 handled the job with the factory edge and came through with no discernible chips and very...
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    Are non-handed scissors the ones with handles...

    Are non-handed scissors the ones with handles that are molded so that they are equally uncomfortable for everybody?
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    Texas, I am unclear whether your knife is hard to...

    Texas, I am unclear whether your knife is hard to close, or if the lock is hard to disengage. I've got a Manix2 where the lock is just a bit sticky, and a couple of others that aren't.
    On all of...
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    The first Taiwan Mule (S110V as I recall) was...

    The first Taiwan Mule (S110V as I recall) was ground thinner than typical, but I thought Sal said he'd remedy that in the future.
    I don't know if this is a Golden Mule or a Taiwan Mule.
    Edit: Now...
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    Reverse the order.

    Reverse the order.
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    Fixed it!

    Fixed it!
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    The Native 5 lock is solid, but that is a Golden...

    The Native 5 lock is solid, but that is a Golden knife, and also not a Delica.
  8. Would you settle for being able to shave the...

    Would you settle for being able to shave the carrots? Being able to chop them is a lot to ask of a straight razor... :)
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    Changing the lock would require a redesign of the...

    Changing the lock would require a redesign of the handle and then it wouldn't be a Delica anymore.
    They could probably put the power lock into the Sage series, though.
  10. Thanks Cliff.

    Thanks Cliff.
  11. Originally Posted by captnvegtble: In another...

    Originally Posted by captnvegtble: In another steel that DOES have a high carbide content, it would take a finer edge if it was PM over a non-PM steel?

    Cliff, in your opinion do PM processes have...
  12. I thought that they sold off all the spares a...

    I thought that they sold off all the spares a month or two after the Forum knife was initially offered. Perhaps they snuck into Sal's collection and gave you his?
  13. Thread: Blabe Contact

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    I don't have a particularly good way of fixing...

    I don't have a particularly good way of fixing the problem, but if you sharpen the dings out every time the blabe hits bottom eventually the problem will go away.
  14. Jovo, since you are out of the country and...

    Jovo, since you are out of the country and factory service is impractical it sounds like you've reached a good stopping point for the moment. Off the top of my head I'd say that you'll get a factor...
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    I was out of town when the S110V Mule came out so...

    I was out of town when the S110V Mule came out so I had to make sure that I had access to WiFi that morning. I think I pretended that I was answering an email on my phone.

    With the forum revamp...
  16. There will be variation between knives in how...

    There will be variation between knives in how deep the point is buried within the scales. I ground back the point on a Manix 2 M4 in order to get it deeper within the scales, but that knife was used...
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    Isn't that the truth! I'd have to open a...

    Isn't that the truth! I'd have to open a spreadsheet to calculate how much I'd have to spend to get every knife I want, but if I could, I'd just want more anyway.
  18. Depends on the price, but I'm guessing it would...

    Depends on the price, but I'm guessing it would be in excess of $500. Still, tempting.... ;)
  19. Thread: Military CQI

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    Ha! Good option! :) I'd like to try a...

    Ha! Good option! :)

    I'd like to try a Military in 3V.
  20. Thread: Military CQI

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    If the knife is clean and the fasteners are all...

    If the knife is clean and the fasteners are all tight, including the pivot and stop pins, then you might want to consider having Spyderco check it out. It sounds like something is flexing when you...
  21. Thread: Military CQI

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    Evil, did the lockbar position change on your...

    Evil, did the lockbar position change on your Military when the lock operation changed?
  22. Thread: Military CQI

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    Progressive improvements to the Military make...

    Progressive improvements to the Military make sense since the knife is going to stay in production even after the Military 2 comes out. I haven't had any problems with the construction or fasteners...
  23. Poll: Oops, sorry, I guess I should have edited the...

    Oops, sorry, I guess I should have edited the quote down even more.
    I was thinking about a knife that can "still slice papers" being "extremely dull" at "<5% of optimal sharpness".
    My impression...
  24. Poll: That is a very informative statement regarding...

    That is a very informative statement regarding optimal sharpness.
  25. Poll: Cliff, isn't it possible to sharpen the actual...

    Cliff, isn't it possible to sharpen the actual carbide grains with a sufficiently hard abrasive? Is that not why we use fine grained diamonds with low pressure when sharpening high carbide content...
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