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Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by Cisco Kid, May 2, 2013.
Huge fan of the new Wharnie’s. Nice choice.
That is a bad azz pic ^^^
Trusty ol Kris.
Sorry..my phine just went crazy on me.
Sorry..my phone went crazy on me.
I just recently retired my ulize and now manix 2 XL is in my pocket for now.
Just the light , or do you have darker scales on your spydiechef? Cool picture as always!
Been sporting some H1 lately. Before that I was carrying my Native Salt and I’m having a really hard time choosing a favorite between the Native and Delica patterns!
Here’s hoping for LC200N in the Delica pattern(linerless please) in the near future.
Yes, the previous owner had them anodized purple.
Then had them stone washed or tumbled or whatever.
You don’t get a whole lot of purple unless they’re in the right light.
Awesome work, adds some nice contrast!
Was carrying an Amalgam for a couple of weeks and just swapped it out for a Tropen.
It's design and purpose is largely misunderstood but is made clear when you understand that it is a fighting knife.
The SD features include the 4" upswept blade (designed more for slicing than stabbing, although it can clearly be used for both), the swale in the spine (that has both defensive and offensive uses), the flipper and Emerson tabs and tip up carry (which enable quick blade deployment) and very comfortably designed polished G10 scales that look like old school micarta (which makes holding the knife in a hammer or backhanded grip very comfortable).You can also quickly open the blade w/a flick of the wrist by simply releasing and re-engaging the compression lock in a timed action, as you can with all other Spyderco knives w/a compression lock.
Critics of the knife complain about the 1/2" of exposed edge of the blade when closed in the compression lock cutout on the clip side of the knife BUT I have never even come close to cutting myself on this edge. So, it has never been an issue to me.
Just one of many Spyderco fighting knives that I own but definitely one of my favorites.