i find my max carry is para3 - pm 2 is too large in Ireland to be walking around with - i tried it. Delica was always my edc and before that was an SAK / Gerber multitool but like others have said, ego got in the way and i need to go as large/ chunky as i dare and ive got real used to the para3 now ...
Just looks like a delica It’s far different than a Delica. They use a lot of similar footprints for their knives, but they strive for function over form. Take a look around, most of their in house designs use a similar format (some more so than others). For example; their UK Pen Knife is just a Cal...
Thanks everyone for the input, I figured I would try it on my least favorite scales- the smooth g10 and I can safely say I know love them! I set about trying to replicate the para3 LW and now it feels like I have wooden scales!!
Hated the smooth but wanted to experiment with contouring the edges to make them similar to the frn of the Para3 LW
OMG it’s completely changed the knife- yes it’s smooth but now ‘feels’ like a wooden scale and I’m in love- a complete 180 for me
has anyone created a 'plug' for the lanyard tube on a para3/pm2 that is threaded to accept a standard wire clip? this would make the model more in line with the lightweight but with the g10 construction? - ive seen titanium plugs but i dont fancy trying to drill and tap ti I tried the concept with a...
Has anyone thought about replacing the para3 lanyard tube with a solid plug- then drilling and tapping it to accept the single screw wire clip as per the lightweight? Wouldn’t this solve the common voiced issues with the design?
Are they commercially available? I see plenty of replacement ‘tubes’
looking at the specs there dosnt seem to be 'that much' difference in a shaman from a PM2 i understand the blade shape but what else am i missing here?
i understand this discussion relates to the crucarta sprint