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    Spyderco Forum Registered User David Lowry's Avatar
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    Arrow D'Allara Drop Point

    Just a few of the D'Allara Drop Point.





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    Caly 3 SE or D'Allara Drop Point PE? I still can't decide. Nice pictures!
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    Very nice. I wish mine was still that fresh.
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    Great pics of an awesome spyderco!!!

    What do you think about it David?
    When you've got a Delica and a Dodo, everything else is just eye-candy!

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    Spyderco Forum Registered User David Lowry's Avatar
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    I don't use it much but I really like it.

    It's a little large (wide) in the pocket but it's a darn good knife. There are not many knives that I have held and used that have been more solid. It is still a bit hard for me to unlock and I think it may be almost impossible if my hands were wet or greasy. I am not too worried about it though. Most times if that would ever be a problem I could still close it by wiping my hands off first.

    I use it rarely which is why it still looks nice and clean.

    I'm not a huge fan of wire clips but then again I've not owned many either. I would rather have a Manix style clip on this knife.
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    Nice Pics of one of my favorites.

    Thanks for sharing,

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    David, Your observations of the D'Allara mirror mine completely. I would carry mine more if it weren't quite so wide. It's also hard for me to unlock it with sweaty, or oily fingers. I don't have the strength in my hands and fingers as I did when I was a kid of 30, so the rolling ball is not optimun for me. It's a GREAT knife, it's just not one I carry very often.
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