That’s a helluva deal.
I read on the specs that it has two pieces of g10 for the handle but I can’t see how it’s held together? How’s the g10 fitted to the blade?
In the pics above it looks like one solid piece of g10 that’s been milled out.
Where’s it made?
Sure did. They both have a liner lock. Both have G10 grips. Both have ATS-34 steel. They are very similar and very rare. I remember when these were in all the stores. I must have bought at least five of each back in the 90s. A great era for tactical knives. The amount of innovation and constant evo...
Mods, please delete this post if it’s deemed not appropriate to the forum. Hi guys, does anyone have some old Kapton washers laying around that they’re willing to part with? My old black Military from ‘96 needs some new washers as the old ones are a bit chewed up. I believe Spyderco stopped using th...
Spring tension is the main factor I think in keeping the ball in the hole, not the size of the ball. I’ve seen several Strider folders which use a large diameter ball and hole which are easily overcome because the tension on the integral lock was a bit weak. Easily fixed though. A very large ball wi...
I’ve always thought that Spyderco Knives have excellent edge geometry.
Most of the other big brands do have thick edges and serrations that don’t align properly with the straight edge.
Don’t change a thing Sal