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 Post subject: >> SPYDERCO <<
PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:03 am 
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So I'm working up in Ohio right now, and I ran into an associate of whom I sold a 4th Generation Spyderco Endura about 4 months ago. He saw me first, and made his way over immediately to gratuitously compliment the knife. Going on & on about how awesome it has been for him, and all the things he has cut with it. He was/is in awe at how such a lightweight plastic handle could be so durable, and how effective the Spydie serration is...

Just had to spread the Spyderco love. I phuckin love my Spydercos! Love, love, love, love! Bought my first right around 1992, and although I have since collected 6 or 8 more, it served me well until I buried it a few years ago with my deceased soul-mate-dog.



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Must agree, Spydercos rock!

The millie and mule teams are what I carry most.


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At a Guns & Militaria show last weekend someone said he couldn't understand what the fuss was about Spyderco. I said "simple - it's the quality"


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:02 am 
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People like that just don't get it. And that's great, MORE FOR ME!

Man, I've carried a second generation Endura everyday for 20 years, and it's served me well EVERYDAY FOR 20 YEARS. Used everyday for 20 years, and I smile everytime I think about her. That's a great phuckin product...



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:10 pm 
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there is only one hunting/camping knife for me :)

"3G" steel... (VG2-SGPS-VG2)
and HRC 62 its a winner for me :)
only minus is price.

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I love my ZDP Delica....carry it almost every day.



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I'm pretty fond of the Spyderco products. Lost my last one unfortunately. Those Fallkniven TKs are sweet knives too.



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i had one of the FRN clip SE enduras for years till i broke the clip off. picked up a early military SE in ATS34 when i was in the corps. im a spyderco fan and have had many more of there knives. even some protoypes


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BUTCH <> I sent about five into Spyderco for serration sharpening, and they tried (called me) to file off all my clips & install the new metal clips. I guess thats their new protocol regarding the plastic clips. I dislike the new metal clips; I'm a second generation only. Old thumb hole, old spine profile, old handle w/built-in clip...



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I just look at 'other' pocket knives that have thumb studs instead of Spyderco holes and go back to my Spydercos. Brilliant and time tested. It's all I carry, from my first Spyderco police model - I've had a few of them - up to my current ones, I have at least one or more on me all the time - except for those occasions when I forget to wear pants :) These days, their Militaries are my favorite shape for a large Spyderco - my preference. I do carry a Manix2 in CPM-M4 and a Jess Horn zdp-189 too. And yes , I'll buy more :)

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