RJNC wrote:Can't wait for a new Finch pic.
Me too. I can't wait to see what they've got for us in the new version.
do a catbyrd with nice wood or stag replacing the black material in the handle. Or a full wood handlesal wrote:We've been refining and imnproving byrds since the first model. (Harrier) and we've come a long way. I'd like to introduce a new Harrier in the future.
In addition, we're thinking about adding another byrd model. We have a number of ideas, but no directions yet. At this time we're open to all suggestions.
To which model would you add an "Emerson Opener"?defenestrate wrote:I've been thinking about waving a couple of byrds. I would dig one waved by the factory.
Hi Nevermas,nevermas wrote:I think it is unlikely that Spyderco would use Eagle, Hawk, or Falcon as Al Mar already use them in their ultralight range.
But, there are plenty of bird names to go around. I too am excited for the new Byrd designs, they make great gifts for knife beginners and serve as beater knives whenever I go fishing. You can always find someone with butter fingers who is in need of a knife.
Only problem here is the web site says it's clipless....RJNC wrote:Can't wait for a new Finch pic.
I was thinking about this. An easy model to think it would work good with would be the Cara Cara Rescue.sal wrote: To which model would you add an "Emerson Opener"?
-er, me, by way of Tyrion LannisterI drink, and I cut things.
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