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    Spyderco Forum Registered User 3rdGenRigger's Avatar
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    I'll carry the Stretch I have preordered more if it's laminated, simply because of the extra corrosion resistance, and I like the appearance of the 2 metals wearing differently. I'm super stoked about it...enough so that I may just have to pair it with a Dragonfly to directly compare it to my ZDP-189 Dragonfly.
    Ladybug (Salt/SuperBlue/White SE), Native (FRN), Dragonfly (Salt/Orange/SuperBlue/G10), Lava (Blue), Ulize, Byrdwrench
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    Schempp Tuff, Goddard OD, Mule (K390), Manix2 LW (BD1), Sage 3 (CF), Vallotton, Techno
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    Very excited for the worker, tusk, and i still need to get a domino!! Not a good year to be in school

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    Quite a few surprises this year. I ogled the Tusk at Blade... It is sweet. I don't have any reason to own one, but what a great design and display of engineering. Sage 3 is looking good in its new pants! I need a SpyDK like yesterday. It looks like a half sibling to a Caly Jr. The Roc looks interesting. The Kiwi4 was one of my favorites at Blade and will definitely be on my wish list. The Finch 2 is also on that list. The Worker looks great in green. The SpyDK is definitely my favorite surprise this catalog.

    I don't think I've ever had a more negative reaction to a Spydie handle than the Draper. Slap some G-10 on that knife and I would find it appealing, as is no thanks.
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    Yeah, the SpyDK looks pretty sweet. I don't have any reason to own the Tusk either, but then I don't have any reason to own most of the hundreds of knives I have. Even though I'm not a fan of titanium handles or RILs, I'll probably have to have one if I can swing it. I'll have to get another Sage 3 as well, but luckily not much else really floats my boat.
    I don't believe in safe queens, only in pre-need replacements.

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    Yeah!!
    I'm stupid-excited for the new ffg manix2.
    It's about time. I predict that they will fly off the shelves and stores will have a hard time keeping them in stock, much like they did with the paramilitary2.

    It's almost like Sal decided one day to just start printing money.

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    ill definitely be getting the bottle opener key chain knife, a SB stretch, and quite possibly the worker. g10 and vg10 was not my ideal combination when asking for this sprint
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    nothing really new that I need. Would have been all over a SB Dfly if it were fully SB. My wallet is happy though

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    I can open a bottle using the spine of most of my Spyderco knives, typically right where the thumb hole is. I haven't done it with my Ladybug or Jester, and they're quite small and as such might not have the leverage. I also haven't tried it with my Swick, Goddard, or my Dragonfly, though I have no doubts they'll be up to the challenge. It'll happen eventually. I don't need a separate bottle opener on the knife.
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    Ladybug (Salt/SuperBlue/White SE), Native (FRN), Dragonfly (Salt/Orange/SuperBlue/G10), Lava (Blue), Ulize, Byrdwrench
    Para-Military 2 (Digi-Cam/Green), Jester (Grey), Caly3/3.5 (CF), Domino (Blue), Stretch (SuperBlue), Spyderwrench
    Schempp Tuff, Goddard OD, Mule (K390), Manix2 LW (BD1), Sage 3 (CF), Vallotton, Techno
    2013 Forum Native, Delica 4 (Damascus), Chokwe, Swick 3, Battlestation, Military (CruWear)

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    I'm saving myself for the hard copy

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    I really like the roc

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdGenRigger View Post
    I can open a bottle using the spine of most of my Spyderco knives, typically right where the thumb hole is. I haven't done it with my Ladybug or Jester, and they're quite small and as such might not have the leverage. I also haven't tried it with my Swick, Goddard, or my Dragonfly, though I have no doubts they'll be up to the challenge. It'll happen eventually. I don't need a separate bottle opener on the knife.
    I can vouch for that

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    The ones on my list to get are the Tusk, Double Bevel, Roc, Kiwi4 and the Worker and maybe the Battle Station oh and one of each clipitools

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    the Double Bevel w/o the double bevel would be awesome! regrind? anyone?

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    The Battlestation is really tickling my fancy out of all of the new shiny things in 2014. Just so different in style and shape.

    The Hungarian folder is also-strangely- appealing too me also- it's (to my eyes) like the classic Opinel/Laguiole style mashed up with the classic Spyderco style....Me likey

    The Clipitools look like fun- the only one I'd open my wallet for would be the one with the scissors I think. Add some slots in the handle for tweezers and a toothpick and the whole package becomes a real competitor to a certain 'brand' of pocket knife that hails from the land of Toblerone, anoymous banking and cuckoo clocks.

    The Double Bevel doesn't really float my boat- The blade seems very busy compared to the rather plain handle.
    Then again I said similar (the opposite in fact) about the Valloton and I ended up buying one of those (and not regretting it either)
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    Quote Originally Posted by robot37 View Post
    I'm stupid-excited for the new ffg manix2.
    me too especially for black coated blade version
    My 's: Military Camo, Paramilitary 2 CTS-XHP Orange, Paramilitary 2 CTS-204P Green, Endura 4 ZDP-189 ComboEdge BRG, Endura 4 ZDP-189 FFG BRG, Manix 2 Lightweight Blue, Caly 3 G-10, Salt 1 Yellow, Ulize, Manix I C95, Manix 2 XL S90v CF, Delica 4 ComboEdge Black C11PCBBK

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    ffg manix2 in dlc
    sb dragonfly
    worker
    the clip it tool including the scissors
    so far, but i just took a short look at the catalog
    aogami super blue dragonfly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnamvet68 View Post
    I have my eye on the re-introduced Worker in VG10 and green G10. That folding pocket meat cleaver, the ROC, has also gotten my attention.
    I'm with you on both of those

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    Roc, FFG Manix 2, aside from that not much else of interest. That usually changes as I get more info and pictures.

    At least my backlog of wanted knives will keep me going for the forseeable future.

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    Did I miss something but the Friction Folder was not in the Disco list and I can't find it anymore in the catalogue? Or am I becoming blind? Or did I miss the release somehow?
    Current EDC: Techno, Squeak, Southard Flipper, Caly 3.5

    New Arrivals: Chap3, Domino, Sage 3

    2014 Wishlist: Yo2 CF, Deviant Friction, Tatanka, Tusk, Firefly

    Oldies Wishlist: Delica CF PE, Civilian CF PE

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    The Tusk is definitely unique! As a former sailor I absolutely have to have one! That marlin spike gets knots out of rope that otherwise you would have to cut!

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