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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Dr. Snubnose's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zenheretic
    Fine.

    One Ronin ah ah ah.


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    That's It you only got one Ronin Left? Are the others MIA or are you just getting lazy with your digi? BTW: You got some real pretty pics there of those other knives I don't recognize...All I know from is Ronins Doc
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    Great river pix Zen! You must've scared your buddies on the raft packin the Forester! heheh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Snubnose
    That's It you only got one Ronin Left? Are the others MIA or are you just getting lazy with your digi? BTW: You got some real pretty pics there of those other knives I don't recognize...All I know from is Ronins Doc
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaislandboy
    Great river pix Zen! You must've scared your buddies on the raft packin the Forester! heheh
    If I did; they never said anything to my face.

    I think the sheath design is inadequate for any sort of "adventuring" beyond the pavement. The sheath material is great but having the knife "pop" out at randomn intervals is not something one wants when hiking or journeying on rubber rafts. The sheath needs a thumb break retainer system.
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    Thanks for the Great pics, of Great knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenheretic
    If I did; they never said anything to my face.

    I think the sheath design is inadequate for any sort of "adventuring" beyond the pavement. The sheath material is great but having the knife "pop" out at randomn intervals is not something one wants when hiking or journeying on rubber rafts. The sheath needs a thumb break retainer system.
    I reshaped a kydex sheath with my trusty Revlon 1875 Watt Chrome Styler blowdryer from wallyworld....just heat for 20 some seconds with the blade inside and crimp the "mouth" of the sheath a little ..... worked like a charm....
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    Time for some little T




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    Here is one I never thought I would get...



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    A couple of Spyderkey teases...

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    Brian Yellowhorse Endura art...


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    Kopa Collection...


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    second batch


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    Quote Originally Posted by zenheretic
    Here is one I never thought I would get...
    Why?

    Zen,
    Your pictures pretty much answered the question why Kopa Cocobolo is so hard to come by.
    I do not see pictures of Spyderkeys very often. They look great!
    Thanks,
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    Very nice pics Zen!

    I didn't realize you were such a big Kopa fan, you have a great selection of them.

    Do you carry one regularly?
    When you've got a Delica and a Dodo, everything else is just eye-candy!

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    Beautiful pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyNot
    Why?


    Thanks,
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    Well the Lagiuole is rare and expensive, not to mention rarely in great condition when it comes up for sale. I also didn't appreciate the original French design until I saw a TV special about the originals.
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    Nice! Very nice! Great collection, there, Zen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axlis
    Very nice pics Zen!

    I didn't realize you were such a big Kopa fan, you have a great selection of them.

    Do you carry one regularly?
    My secret fetish. I carry the Coco...

    I'm fruity for my Coco Kops..
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    The Hossom is light and agile, perfect for soft targets IMO. The Fat Fusion Battle Mistress is good for chopping heavy wood or targets wearing plate mail.
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    The Busse is awesome and so is the Spyderco Hossom.
    Thanks for the pics and enjoy

    I would not like to see how your garden looks like after you start "testing" this couple..LOL
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