What about HAP 72? :eek:
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What about HAP 72? :eek:
Here is a link to his autobiography.:)
I miss him too.
Here is a photo of a prototype pocket clip from a prototype C69 Lil' Temperance that Sal gave me years ago. Considering the significance of this original clip, I removed it for safe keeping...
Cheaper, faster, and easier to send any PlainEdge knife to Willey Knives (www.willeyknives.com) and have them SpyderEdge it. They have professional machine that perfectly matches Spyderco's iconic...
Modesty becomes you, Sal.:)
I know one who does.:D
Looks like Bubinga rosewood to me. Beautiful!
The evolution of a sharpening idea through his patents:
The Model 420 Small Forest Axe weighs 2lbs. 1 oz. (Head Weighs 1lb. 6 oz.)
The Model 418 Hunter's Axe weighs 1lb. 14 oz. (Head Weighs 1lb. 3 oz.)
Here's one the works great. I gave one to Sal a couple of years ago.
Here are several interesting links:
This is/was his email address, however, as he...
The blade is called a Wharncliffe, named for James Archibald Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, 1st Baron Wharncliffe (1776–1845) by Joseph Rodgers Cutlery Company of Sheffield, England as he was a patron and...
A beautiful variation of a design from Pat Crawford which he had made in Japan and marketed in the 1990s-90s as the 'Key Chain Cutter'. Perhaps Seizo Imai made the originals for him.
I suppose it...
Why not talk to Ron Lake and built his version of the Rear Lock, i.e. Patent #3783509. I am sure that Spyderco and the Taichung factory would due this collaboration justice.
Just curious, besides your knife, what other tools do you regularly take-apart to clean? Guns? Power Tools? Fishing Reels? Wristwatch? And if so, what do you do when you loose or damage a part? Why...
Thanks for the flash from the past!:)
Switch off with each deer/trip. That way you can test the true potential of each steel which is the purpose of the Mule series. I am sure you will discover that both will be exceptional. Report back...
SharpMakers in 1980. C01P Worker with two screw clip in 1981. Tens of thousands of ClipIts since then. Spyderco dealer since 1980.;)
Send your knife to:
They custom serrate to Spyderco's edge profiles and others, 40+ years experience.
It is well worth the read ... once a day for a week, then once a week for a month, and then once a month for a year. The knowledge you gain will be far more...
Here is information about a new alloy, PSF27, and production technique:
Fiebing's Leather Dye
Glad to see you joined. I have been carrying your knife since the day I wrote this review: