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    Used my D4 to cut electrical tape holding up Christmas lights.
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    This morning I used my ZDP Stretch to cut up some onions and peppers for some chili I'm making. At 30 degrees and .3 micron polish that thing cuts better than anything else I've got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cscoop View Post
    Used my D4 to cut electrical tape holding up Christmas lights.
    ah man if that doesnt cut things before touching them, im disappointed
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    Used PM2 to cut up xmas boxes...thevla of them.
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    I used it to open some 50 pound bags of dog food as I am a animal control officer.

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    I cut a fart and a Spyderco was near by. Does this count?
    Sorry, this is all I had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SQSAR View Post
    This morning I used my ZDP Stretch to cut up some onions and peppers for some chili I'm making. At 30 degrees and .3 micron polish that thing cuts better than anything else I've got.
    Mmmmm chili
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    Just used my manix 2 to open a box of peppermint truffles I got for Christmas
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    Used my Blue Para 2 to cut open the box with my new Gray Para 2.
    Used the Gray to cut up a Pork Shoulder.
    Cut a tag off new Christmas jacket with the Gray.

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    Used my newest Millie with it's factory set utility edge to shave off some facial hair which I missed when shaving this morning.

    Would not recommend doing this if you have unsteady hands )
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    And if you are doing this touch-up in front of the mirror of the public restroom at work, you just might get some funny looks when another guy walks in and sees you with a millie to your face .
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    Made playhouse from a big cardboard box for my nephew with my delica, nice windows and doors and so on

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    My Poliwog made short work of a couple Pink Lady apples and broke down a few boxes today at work. The more I use it, the more I like this little knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PanChango View Post
    The more I use it, the more I like this little knife.
    I agree. I have three poliwog's. Great little user knife with amazing ergonomics. This and the khukuri are the knives that i EDC the most. The bal baring lock is fun to play with. Notice that above the bal there's a emty space so that noting gets in the way for your finger. In other words, the poliwog is very wel designed. Poliwog = winner!

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    My Vallotton had a pleasant task today. It opened a box just to find a new buddy in there. Manix 2 XL has arrived along with sharpmaker.

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    once again used my dragonfly2 to open the mail. used my manix 2 to slice open a bag of clementine oranges.
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    Sliced and sectioned a grapefruit this morning and later in the day the same with a navel....(orange that is) then cut the tape on a package we received.

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    Used my Manix2 to open a package containing my Bayoushooter Endura!

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    Used my H1 D'fly to open my crash kit parts for my R/C Heli along with the rest of my mail. Used my millie to slice summer sausage and extra sharp cheddar cheese while watching the BCS Championship game. I'm having to enjoy my blades because this game is a huge disappointment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSarSwmr View Post
    Used my Manix2 to open a package containing my Bayoushooter Endura!
    Best way to use a Spyderco!


    I opened mail today, boring, I know

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