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Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by Cisco Kid, May 2, 2013.
Finally got one! Love the colour. I'll give her a good test tomorrow at work!
I had one in my cart at w&w and didn’t pull the trigger.
I want to try one but I can’t see it replacing any of my current line up.
I’ll give it a week and if they’re still available maybe I’ll grab one.
Ill let the fates decide.
Finally got one!!!! Lightly carried one after I cleaned it up some. Been looking for this variation for over a year now.
Who needs a Slyz Bowie when you can carry a Farid K2 instead? The K2 dwarfs the Slyz and still fits well in my pocket.
Been carrying & using my modded Delica for a week or more now - definitely like it a lot-
My current cup got a bit of a crack in it when it dropped from over six feet up and landed on concrete...... so......
I'm about done with the cup part, now gotta work on the handle. Wood is Japanese Cherry from a branch I trimmed off a tree in my yard about a month ago now.
Is it a Stretch-elica?
Kind of yes.
I can't give it the Stretch I handle that I love SO much, but I did give it a "Stretch-ed" blade. Or a UKPK drop point blade.
I very much like the blade shape, so I decided to mod one of my Delicas to have it. That was over a week ago now and I've been carrying it and using it since. I prefer it so much over the regular Delica, I have done the same thing to my other Delicas now too.
Wouldn't hurt my feelings a bit if Spyderco made a linerless Delica like this (I have shaped the handle a little bit too - i.e. made it a little more Stretch I like), kept is sub-2 oz, and called it the Delica Hyker, or ???..... Can I pitch an idea like that here?
Damn that's some poutine Mmm
The salt 2 is linerless, and the blade is the same width as the delica. You could try a blade swap and potentially dye the handle a different color
Every time I see that knife I decide I need one. I missed out on the lower priced ones when they got discontinued.
Nice knife, Rusty. What model is it?
That’s the G10 dragonfly 2.
Great little knife.