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    My wife uses her meerkat every day. My H1...

    My wife uses her meerkat every day. My H1 hawkbill ladybug is one of the biggest workhorses in my collection.
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    How to deploy a knife using a shotgun

    I was out shooting and was setting up my camera for another run. My shotgun was slung in single point configuration and was resting alongside my pocket. The sidesaddle grabbed my lanyard by the...
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    Which is great until the lock finally does chip...

    Which is great until the lock finally does chip and break and they won't cover you under warranty because they accuse you of flicking. As far as I'm concerned Chris Reeve and Co. are too high and...
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    I caan only imagine- that must have felt like...

    I caan only imagine- that must have felt like getting dumped
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    My wife carries a meerkat every now and then....

    My wife carries a meerkat every now and then. Quite the handy little blade!
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    Very slick, very professional, and most...

    Very slick, very professional, and most importantly a very exciting catalog. Tell whoever designs it that they did a rock solid job!
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    The karahawk is one of the ugliest things I've...

    The karahawk is one of the ugliest things I've ever seen. Bet it's functional as all hell though! The Serrata is the definition of simplistic beauty. The Domino is very high on my list
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    Of all the lock types I've encountered, the RIL...

    Of all the lock types I've encountered, the RIL is the only one to ever fail me, and that was on a Sebenza... I don't understand why it's considered so strong since the contacting part on the lock...
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    It an amazing knife, but it HAS ruined my jeans...

    It an amazing knife, but it HAS ruined my jeans before.

    I carry the Sage 1 at work, the para when not at work
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    I started a new job at an upscale restaurant a...

    I started a new job at an upscale restaurant a few weeks ago. So far I've produced my sage 1 once, and my manbug 3 times. Manbug FTW
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    My three knives I carry most are those and a...

    My three knives I carry most are those and a delica. I would say the PM2 gets 80% of the pocket time, the other 20% divided equally. It's just a superb knife in every respect. The sage is amazing,...
  12. Anyone know anything about antique pocket watches?

    I figure given the brain trust here, someone must know something. My wife got this for me for valentines day! we haven't been able to open the back to check out the serial number unfortunately, so...
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    TheCajunBlaze has also been instrumental in my...

    TheCajunBlaze has also been instrumental in my knife purchases. Dude just tells it like it is with enthusiasm, and he can be pretty funny too
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    He puts out good reviews with TONS of...

    He puts out good reviews with TONS of information. I don't watch any of his videos other than reviews though, and even with reviews I find myself skipping around them as he'll stay in a single...
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    Mmmmmmmmmnandi ::drool::

    Mmmmmmmmmnandi ::drool::
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    My preference lately has become G10. It provides...

    My preference lately has become G10. It provides excellent strength and is overall far more rigid than FRN which inspires more confidence. Not that I'm putting that much stress on my knife anyway,...
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    Welcome to the forum! This place will cause you...

    Welcome to the forum! This place will cause you to break one of the ten commandments: thou shalt not covet.
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    A coworker who is also into spydercos traded...

    A coworker who is also into spydercos traded knives with me for a weekend just so we could try out something different. He had my Sage 1 for the weekend, I had his Superleaf. Honestly? It's not one...
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    Awesome!

    Awesome!
  20. I would really like to see someone do a few...

    I would really like to see someone do a few experiments to find out exactly where the evil perception lies. Maybe lay out a few designs that are very similar but with different features (say a...
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    You're going to make him feel like Christopher...

    You're going to make him feel like Christopher Tolkien haha!
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    Well that's pretty definitive to me! The AG...

    Well that's pretty definitive to me! The AG Russell sommeliers toll is most likely going to end up in my pocket shortly as that has the exact functions I'm looking for.

    Sal, what are the chances...
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    Bingo. It's just a damn shame their discontinued....

    Bingo. It's just a damn shame their discontinued. The one-handed opening knife would be really nice
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    Couldn't find anything. Another main issue the...

    Couldn't find anything. Another main issue the spyderhole resolves is one handed opening. I don't like fiddling with my wine key when I'm holding a bottle. It shouldn't be a two-handed tool
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    Spyderco needs to make a wine opener

    I wait tables and whenever I need to use the blade on my wine key its utterly useless. I just used my ladybug hawkbill salt to do this task... Wow. It was the most perfect wine opening I've ever...
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