I've said it before but the new clipitool with a serrated edge hawkbill blade and sissors would be a perfect secondary cutting tool for me.
There is a test somewhere on youtube where a knife shop took a Byrd Wings G10 out of the box and used both blades to cut leather, rope, and even sawed on a steel pipe. The PE blade stopped being able to cut at about 2 mins of abuse. The serrated one at over 7 minutes was still cutting with ease. Then they put an edge back on the SE side in a couple minutes.
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Part of the reasons I dont buy anymore Spydercos and gave up on their new designs that are just too much to deal with, I miss the old school stuff that put them on the map.
Most of my recent purchases have been SE Spydercos. I am a true believer...just today I did my own little cut test involving a PE Delica and a SE Delica, I used latex gloves which I doubled and tripled then quadrupled folded it over the edge and used a pull cut to sever the gloves. the gloves would stretch and then cleave in two. With that very elastic material the SE Delica would radically outperform the PE Delica every time.
C101PBL2, C54GPBN, C154PBK, MGREP, JGGYP, C75P3, C36TIP, C113GPGY, C127GPOR, C85GPBL, C11SBK, C10SBK, C11TR, C10TR, C28S (Wharncliffe mod), C11TIPD, C12GS, FB15P, C110GPBL, C85GP2, C141CFP, FB14P3Z, C123GPBL, C88PYL, KO4PBK, C105BMP
"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places...Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God." Ephesians 6:12-13