Welcome to the forum, there are some really good folks here.
Thanks you very much for your kind welcome.
I would like to answer any of your questions to each of you. I'll try as I get used to the operation of the forum.
I would also like to upload some photographs of my spanish knives, but I don't know if it is allowed in this forum to put images of non-Spyderco knives.
Hello. I know this knife but it looks strange to my eyes as I have traditional spanish knives. Nevertheless it is an outstanding knife.
Originally Posted by SpyderEdgeForever
Thanks for your answer.
Originally Posted by Surfingringo
By no means am I an expert in spanish knives. Only an amateur.
I think the type of knives making a ratcheting sound are known as "Navajas de Carraca". The Carraca is similar as the lockback locking system but, contrary to this, it is a multi-tooth system. Usually, the larger the size of the knife, the greater the number of teeth and the greater is the warning given to the adversary. Long ago, when there was no light in the streets at night, it was a good notice to prevent assaults. However, it was possible to open the knife making no sound at all, by keeping the lock up with your fingers when opening.
Carraca was also a security measure. If the main tooth was broken, you still had some others to prevent the accidental closing of the knife. Thus, was impossible to hurt your fingers.
Thanks you for your answer.
Originally Posted by griff443
I have only studied in Spain. I would like to visit the States in the future.
Thanks you for the advice on the sprint run.
Originally Posted by swigert
I was decided to purchase sage 3 but the new model is also very appealing to me. The problem, as always, is the restrictive budget.
In addition to this, blue sage 3 doesn't seem to have had same success as 1 and 2. I don't know if it is only a question of a very striking color.
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