I have tried to gather some Lionspy opinion on another forum but those felines are rare on the edc rotation....
the Lionspy is not a classic knife:
A very thick blade.
A not so pointy shape.
On open construction which ask for wearing some gloves on the long run.
A short clip which ask some adjustement for drawing the knife easily.
A redondant rotoblock: do you use it or never use it ?
But this compact tool has also some strenghts: you wont be able to break the tip for example. You can use it for light chopping.
This is also a flatground with a convex edge, which is very stropping friendly.
OK, now who is using a Lionspy ?
Please share your experience and photographies.
I will do the same. This afternoon I was able to easily cut into two inches of hard wood. Pushcutting parallel to the tree.
This is the big advantage of having this kind of big belly blade pattern: "thrust cutting". :-)
This is not something I can do with my Milly for example.
So who else own and use a Lionspy ?
Share your experience in cutting and sharpening.