Well of course in that case, we're talking about one model, not "knives" in general. In the case of computers and computer components, every last model is made in china.captnvegtble wrote:But... there are no Spyderco Tenacious' made in the United States!
It's not everywhere in CA. I think that it has its upsides. It should stop stupid morons from driving off with the nozzle in their cars.Monocrom wrote:Just curious . . . What happened in California? Did a stoner light up at the wrong time?
I'm not sure what you mean by that. Do you mean that if a picture is somewhere on the internet, you'll download it, re-upload it to a hosting site, and then link it?shimage wrote:If we are talking about a picture in the public domain, I would put it on a file/image hosting service and embed that.
If it had the F&F of the Military with the same kind of G10 and blade steel, then yes.LowTEC wrote:If Tenacious is made with S30V and in Golden, it would be on par with Para and Military. and will be priced as that. Would you buy a Resilience/Tenacious/Persistence at $100+ a piece?