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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
She just arrived and I think I’m in Love !
Definitely has the cool factor and man it’s nice
Very impressive. That's a really nice blade sir. It looks like a good sized, well balanced blade. How is the action?
Fires out hard and fast and retracts like a dream. Perfect amount of pressure to release and retract and the thumb switch has just the right amount of traction and It’s thumb friendly.The handle feels so good in hand to
Now I need to stop playing with it lol.
I’m afraid this won’t be my last one I really like it. The craftsmanship is amazing!
It’s bigger then I thought Definitely won’t be pulling this one out at any family reunions lol
Ya I know what you mean, my wife is getting tired of me firing mine and she gives me the look. Great to hear, that's a beautiful blade sir, congrats.
Thanks my friend it’s exceeded my expectations for sure. It was so hard to pick one out since there’s so many to choose from and especially not being able to Handle one in person. I’m beyond happy with my choice and must admit I was very anxious and nervous hoping I made the right choice.
It was such a relief finding out I did and made the unboxing that much sweeter
All I ever wanted all I ever needed is here in my arms!!!
Playing around, contemplating left hand carry because my right hand pocket has a hole. I hit it with the strop first because I obviously should practice with the sharpest blade I can.
Damn. Got me good. Regardless, I’m really loving this knife. So slim in the pocket, but a nice length. One of my favorite Spyderco knives.
More of the Bugout from @Rose and Thistle Custom. This knife is available for a joyride in the passaround section. Don't miss it!
Bryce, I can always count on you for carrying some nice blades.
Thanks Martin! Wish I could take credit for that one, it's really lovely.
I posted this for sale the minute it came in because I thought it was too small. Thankfully it did not sell because today I am starting to appreciate it for what it is. And I am kind of liking it. Now someone please make some aftermarket scales and studs.
I usually carry two knives--I try to find a left-handed folder for my left pocket because my wife is left-handed and always forgets her knife!
I would also like to point out something that might apply to lots of you. You can tell a guy's age by his collection. If you see a lot of defensive knives or hunting implements, he's a youngster. After all, who else freezes in a tree stand for fun?
My knife drawer is full of 9-inch knives, and I haven't touched them in years except to oil them. Laugh if you want to, but I'm still lugging around that little 2.25 inch Cold Steel knife replete with a red handle. The blade is surprisingly thick, a very durable alloy although the nomenclature is not imprinted on the ricasso.
If a stranger stops and asks me about my daily folder, I usually respond with, "Oh, I cut stuff. Lots of envelopes, hang-nails and a few times just food." These guys are disappointed if I don't mention 'defense.' Oy, vey, if I ever did that the police would confiscate one of my favorite knives and I wouldn't get it back for years--if ever!
BTW, I just bought a Spyderco folder, my first one in over 20 years, perhaps closer to 30 years. Kind of familiar, yet kind of odd. Like meeting your ex-wife!