FK wrote: ↑
Sat Aug 04, 2018 7:45 am
I agree on the poor finish shown on the liner edges,,, the parts were just stamped and not completely smoothed out.
Fixing this would require another operation which would have raised the price even further.
Other Spyderco knives with exposed steel liner edges do not have this rough appearance.
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I actually like the textured look and feel of the liners. I think it works well on a coated knife. If uncoated, then polished is probably the better option. But I think its fine on here. And like you said, polishing before coating raises ths price.
I have zero issues with this knife. It is fast becoming my favorite. Ill probably buy a few more to give to my sons when they are older. It seems like a great candidate for a first spydie. My only gripe is that I dont have a matching Red G10 Dragonfly!
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