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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Dodge's Avatar
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    What Spyderco for Thanksgiving day?

    Hello everyone, Lets see a picture of your Thanksgiving day Spyderco in action!

    I'm running a tenacious for turkey day duty...

    "If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything"

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    MT17 at the ready; G10 Military on standby.

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    I don't have a digital camera, but the knife I traditionaly use is my trusty Pacific salt.

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    Most likely this
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    Dodge, that is one sick Tenacious.
    As for me, the Yojimbo 2. As always.

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    There's a very special Stretch in my pocket today. Was planning to use the SETO damascus Santoku I got from SFO later today to carve up the turkey breast, but since it's still half frozen, I think it may be Saturday before they get acquainted.



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    Paul, that's nice!! Turkey breast be afraid, be very afraid.
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    Gayle Bradley for Thanksgiving! Conversation piece to introduce more family members to Spyderco knives. I have alot of nephews who are knife nuts already and the sooner they get introduced to Spyderco the better!!!

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    I usually carry my Caly Jr. burgundy on Thanksgiving just because it reminds me of cranberry sauce. Probably going to pack the ATR too for my own personal slicing pleasure, it really makes a great food prep folder.
    When you've got a Delica and a Dodo, everything else is just eye-candy!

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    Spyderco needs to put out a knife called the "Pilgrim"! Maybe there already is one, any idea Deacon? No John Wayne refs please!
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    Domino for me still.

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    CF Chaparral for me

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    Which Spyderco would be good for carving a turkey?

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    CF Chaparral... John
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    I'm carrying the forum Native 5 today.
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    Tuff in the pocket and Southfork for carving.
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    Not doing cooking duties this year so no kitchen sharps for me. I will have a Fluted Ti Native 5 in my pocket at the dinner table though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyderEdgeForever View Post
    Which Spyderco would be good for carving a turkey?
    Depends somewhat on the size of the bird, but for a big one I'd call it a toss up between the K02 Chef's Knife and the K03 Carving Knife. K01 Bread Knife would also work very well.
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    Happy Thanksgiving Guys! Today it is my Spyderco Ulize!

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    Using my forum Native 5 to cut a slit over the vegetables in my Hungry Man turkey dinner.

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