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hawkbill
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Postby hawkbill » Wed Nov 17, 2004 7:44 pm

"I heard early on that many were looking for numbers that matched their 'badge' numbers too."

Yup, I was able to snag #741 (my radio call-sign). The knife sits proudly on display on my desk, and comes out to ride with me every September 11 as my duty knife.
I am what I am, and that's all that I am. Popeye

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Postby Mancer » Wed Nov 17, 2004 9:25 pm

Sal it is understandable that the knife is expensive to produce, its easy to see from the work thats gone into it.
But we all still appreciate the fact that you are giving the victims familys the profits from this fine knife.

Best Regards

Sheldon
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Postby cricket » Wed Nov 17, 2004 10:32 pm

Sal,
It is obvious that time, care and expense went into the knife and I trust you got the sense from the entries above how much we (from various parts of the globe) appreciate and respect what you and the Spyderco crew have done. The benefit transcends the dollar amount that the families receive. It also, I believe, touches each person who owns the knife in a way that fills a part of one of the spaces in the metaphorical "Values totem" we carry in our hearts and that mirrors the totem you wear around your neck.
Again, thanks.
Steve


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