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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:40 am 
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Jeff B wrote:Well I ordered the Native that rook suggested since it was on sale but I am probable going to seek out an Endura at some point too to have something a little larger. I think I'll like having them both. Might pick up a PM.

OMG! NOT ANOTHER ADDICTION! :o


You will enjoy the Native.

..and yes.....another rabbit hole!

Welcome to the other dark side.....

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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
PostPosted: Sat Apr 12, 2014 8:47 pm 
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You were right Rook, The Native is exactly what I was looking for! Nice size and a great feel in the hand.
Thanks EVERYONE who helped to educate me some on EDCs.

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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
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That's a good looking knife right there.


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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
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This thread now has me on the Spyderco hunt. Just established comms with Steve Butcher for scales. Now I gotta find a PM2 worthy of his craftsmanship. Without selling a kidney.


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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
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Nice native! It was between that and the super blue endura for me. Went with the endura.

I have always been a spyderco fan, my first was a gen 1 Endura followed by a 440v Native, today my small collection is dominated by spydercos.


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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
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I have a little spyderco folder I use at the office every day. I like the hole in the blade for easy flipping. Mostly I just cut boxes with it.



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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
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Nice EDC knife Jeff. I have mostly Benchmades, but I do have a lower line Spyderco tenacious that I like a lot for a cheap EDC.


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Jeff B wrote:You were right Rook, The Native is exactly what I was looking for! Nice size and a great feel in the hand.
Thanks EVERYONE who helped to educate me some on EDCs.

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Cool - now go & sharpen it.

Enjoy - just looked in my crystal ball.....can see many more Spydies in your future....


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 Post subject: Re: Spyderco EDC Recommendations
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I like my delica too, but my edc is an Endura Emerson. It was custom made for another forum I am a member at. The emerson opener took some getting used to, but I have had no reason to look for a new knife. Doesn't make a good bottle opener though.. :) I also don't find it too big.

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There is no better bottle opener than simply the blade's spine.



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