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I can certainly understand why GEC doesn’t want to do SFOs any longer. What a headache this must be for Mr. Howard.
:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:WOW! That is impressive!
If you feel that badly about it you can always send the knife to me for proper disposal.
Like everyone else just sharpen, use and enjoy.
It seems to me that having some vertical play would be common in an Axis lock. Unless the lock bar and the slots it rides in is very closely...
I can always dream.
I hope Chris Reeves Knives adopts this steel soon!
I wonder how covers made from ivory colored micarta would look? Minus the glitter of course.
And glitter! You need to have glitter if we are going to use the unicorn of the sea as an etch!
Oh, we need a narwhale etch on the blade!
Very nice knife there Mr. Sharp & Fiery!
Someone wants SPAM?
Ok, that explains it. Enjoy your knife and have a good day. :D
Which Spyderco model is that? It is beautiful!
The square set to 3 inches helps tremendously. The blade looks to be about 3 inches long. At least that is my estimate. Thank you very much.
That is some nice looking walnut! How about some Box Elder Burl wood? Another knife manufacturer uses it and I must say that it looks great.
Now that is what I am talking about! More glitter and if a bolster stamp is used then it needs to be painted a nice gold color! More glitter too!...
I have not handled a model 86 so I have a question. How long is the blade?
Oh, I like that idea bit we need to add glitter to it.
That is a really nice photo! You take some good photos.
Those are some really nice examples of covers! I was hoping to see some sawcut purple delrin with gold glitter. oh well....