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Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by Cisco Kid, May 2, 2013.
Nothing to be sorry for, it'd good to see they are being used
We are now fans of the LW PM3......
Oh you shouldn't have asked that. OK . . . here goes :
Delica HAP-40 Wharncliffe laminated blade.
in my black FRN Delica handle
wait . . . there's more
picture in your mind's eye, if you dare, a line right at the bottom of the Spyder hole drawn parallel to the edge all the way to the point end of the knife. Now remove everything above that line including the front half of the Spyder hole. This leaves a blade 13mm wide (and as it turns out 1.3mm thick at the spine) and a bit of a wave opener from the remains of the Spyder hole.
This thing is a little laser . . . obviously not a hard use / car door stabin' sort of knife.
That's OK, I got the knife I wanted with the steel I wanted.
I'd post a photo but the world is just not ready for something this hideously brilliant
Thank You !
I hope you had a great Canada Day !
Good job on the scales; I can just feel it in my hand and it feels GOOD !
The Chef says she really likes your photo.
Hell, she could care less about knives so that's REALLY saying something.
That means a lot to me especially coming from The Chef
Picked up a new to me 52100 PM2. It’s got a pretty decent patina but the edge could be cleaned up. I’m not sure I’m up to the task so I might find a local sharpener and just have them do it.
Rembrandt would ask for artistic lighting pointers after seeing that shot
Thank you kindly!! LOL and I’d definitely help the poor fella out
If I’m not wrong, that’s the Worker with Tufram coating on the aluminum handles.
Wharnie DF2 and Vic Compact
This one !
It must of passed inspection by the Inspector
I've started carrying my spyder co enuff leaf point as my general use knife still am carrying my victorinox tinker for stuff enuff can't handle. I've always carried a folder with the tinker so it's already feels odd.
I love the way this fits in my hand. The Lava is a great design and is always in my pocket.