Captain Mendoza wrote:Wish there were FRN-FFG-SE CaraCara and Meadowlark versions available.
I agree with this one enough that I bought a partially serrated FRN Meadowlark with the intent to reshape the blade into a fully serrated semi-wharncliffe.
As for the Enlans, SRMs, and Ganzos - I'll take a Byrd over any of them for the vastly superior ergonomics, better quality control, infinitely better customer service, and better steel heat treatment. The knives I've had from all three have been nice, well made, and generally more aesthetically pleasing than the Byrds, but none of them have lasted more than a day or two as my work knife due to ergonomic issues.
I carry a serrated Robin2 at work, a Cara Cara Rescue 2 in the glove box, and a ZDP Dragonfly or Junior everywhere else. My PM2 sits on a shelf with a small assortment of Kershaws.
Waiting patiently for the Native 5 lightweight and the Lil' Temperance 2.