Postby ladybug93 » Mon Jan 30, 2023 10:26 am
for a more serious answer... it seems there is a cycle with questions on the forum and the debate over handle materials that resurfaces from time to time and it always comes in a wave of threads on the topic.
bottom line: there is not a material spyderco uses in their knives that is not appropriate for a pocket knife being used as a pocket knife. the same goes for locks.
i personally prefer the beefier construction of a knife with g10 and liners. however, if i ever really need that much strength in a folding knife, i should probably be using a fixed blade or some other tool altogether. technically, the liners and g10 is stronger than the lw frn/frcp knives, but you won't break your knife handle by using your pocket knife like a pocket knife. your knife doesn't need to be bomb proof because neither are you.
keep your knife sharp and your focus sharper.
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