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Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by marthinus, Jan 13, 2007.
Bunch of recent ones of my KnifeCenter Rex 45 Shaman exclusive.
Nice knife but tell us about the axe.
Hi, its a Charvel San Dimas. Made in Mexico but the neck is super fast and the Seymour Duncan pickups are just classic!
Nice patina. How'd you get it?
Thank you! Degrease the blade first with acetone or similar. I use simple French's plain yellow mustard, dabbed very sparingly on the blade with my fingertip, left on till almost dry (~5 minutes or so), then washed off with Dawn under running warm water. I usually do that twice, and it gives a great pattern, and good protection from orange rust. I live in a dry climate (Denver), so I do not need to oil my blade afterwards, and have never had an issue, even with carbon steel.
This post has a good pic of my 52100 PM2, and this post has a good pic of my M4 Shaman.
ETA - And since this is the pics thread, and it doesn't look like I ever posted these in here, here are some additional patina pics of several of my other PM2's (Maxamet, M4, and Rex45).
Not to mention the Floyd rose style trem. Looks pretty nice. Maple fretboard too?
My 1st Shamon. Lovin it.
Reused photo of weekend carry.
Maybe the most underrated gem. Perfect ergonomics, perfect size for me, lock is solid as a castle gate, beautiful, sharp blade and perfect fit & finish. Yes, it is difficult to close one-handed. Yes, even two-handed it is inconvenient to close. But just follow those simple, attractive lines for a moment. Awesome! Thank you for this knife, Mr. Glesser!
I hope that a D'Allara 4 follows soon!
Just for the record, the SUS 410 SS doesn’t stand up to mustard like I thought it would. I was hoping to only patina the V-Toku2.
Some vintage Spyderco goodness, the C24 BlackHawk.
LW PM3 Maxamet
Couple of Collectors Club #034 knives.
Temperance needs a home
Endura just found one
Great looking Endura!
A very different pic from most in this thread: