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    Very nice! for some reason that model reminds me of the movie Tron

    Exactly! I like this movie. Old school computer gaming ... .

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    Laci Szabo

    This is my last love - SzaboFly. Very nice unusual design and very smart ergonomic!

















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    Terzuola and P'kal

    Some pictures of new Terzuola:








    And P'kal:





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    Spyderco logo relief in Prague!




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    Roman, you are crazy

    ps. do your knives have a vertical play in the lock backs? LOL!
    "Having a dull knife is like having a stupid friend."

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    Sure! How else? All my 60 Spyderco knives are scrap . You know it's very special thing of czech knife lovers community .

    I must be strong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyKnife View Post
    Sure! How else? All my 60 Spyderco knives are scrap . You know it's very special thing of czech knife lovers community .

    I must be strong!
    I had an idea, that you could start selling the 'vertical play' for those whos knives dont have that. I dont know where the problem is, I tried my ZDP E4 in the evening, just for curiosity, and I think its pretty fine, I almost cut myself when tried to push the blade back to see the 'blade play'.. I keep on following the 'najf cezet' discussion and I have to admit you take it from a nice perspective, beyond the topic
    "Having a dull knife is like having a stupid friend."

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    You can not take it seriously. I do laugh about it . But it's very good promotion . Today I have 3 orders of E4!!!

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    Some new pictures to my gallery. Ladybug 3 - LIL






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    very cool Ladybug shots Roman!
    - Ian
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    Wire Clips and Little Big knives....keep 'em coming!

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    Thanks! I love photographing of Spydies . I need new macro lens . Now I have newest Photoshop. It's something for editing!










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    Cool pics Roman, the Wilkins seems to be very small, although I never had one in my hands yet.
    "Having a dull knife is like having a stupid friend."

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    Yes, it's small and little bit uncomfortable , but ... it's very nice knife. Especially like nature G-10 and titanium frame lock! I don't know if I keep it in my collection, because new prototypes are awesome . Mainly Dialex's Junior!

    What about Dyads?












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    Very nice pics once again It's great you are able to setup and take photos of knives in public. Some places in the world you'd be beaten and arrested just taking one out of your pocket

    Keep up the good work !
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    nice pics and a nice looking dog too.
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    Love the Dyads and adore the little Wilkins and have all of them...........great knives in the hands and great pics of them............

    Regards,

    BRIAN

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    Thanks guys!
    Tony: It's my Lara (Croft ). English Bulldog 4 years old. Sweet girl, but snoring and farting too much .

    My another favorite knife: Bill Moran FB01








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    So I decided to do a little knife work. I recently bought Dremel, drill holder as advised me to my friend (knife maker), and some kind of tools and sandpaper, plus a lotion. Given that I am at home every now and then something had to make. So I started tuning into the small of my new Bushcraft (factory second). Came up with a cracked handle and blade with sharp edges, I did not like to much. So I decided to fix the handle and little narrow, because it was too plump for my hand and round off the top of the blade to cut disappeared, which Spyderco indicates factory second. First, I plunged the blade. I grind edges and polished. Then I sand handle rougher emery, close the cracks with epoxy and then grind with steel wool 00 and 000th. This came out more inequality, and again came into play emery etc. until feel dizzy . Then I apply the shellac on handle and let it congeal. Then I ripped the top layer by 000 and ran a linseed oil and then polished on buffing wheel. So, I have trapper knife!













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    Beautiful job roman! I have 2 bushcraft 2nd's I need to fix the cracks and have been waiting to see what others have done before I try to attempt it myself
    - Ian
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    Wire Clips and Little Big knives....keep 'em coming!

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    It's best way to try something on knife. You don't need special tools to do it. Just Epoxy, shellack, some oil for wood, sandpaper and steel wool. It's easy.
    You will see .

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