Coming from you PEACENT my Brother I do consider that to be raw encouragement If only the other Brethren would so much as give these great Hawkbill blades a fair tryout then they would also be convinced of the potential these great blades have for the everyday knife userThePeacent wrote:JDSpydo's enthusiasm is truly admirable, and his dedication and insistence in getting new Sprints, comebacks and excellent ideas seems from out of this world.ZrowsN1s wrote:I did see the date! Quite impressive. I think your persistence and dedication should count for something, hopefully you get your wish. It's rare for me to meet anyone more into Hawkbills than I am
He was one of the members in the forum that convinced me to purchase my first Spyderco, guilty of making me try Spyderedges and fall in love with them (90% of my Spydies are now SE), drew me to the world of Hawkbills (own 5 now) and finally made me sucumb to the desire and curiosity to try out a Reverse S folder, and again get hooked by them.
As much as my wallet hates him, and my future saving accounts run away in fear from his ideas for future sprint runs and new models, I have to give him credit for generating a big percentage of the Spyderco fans, followers (and addicts ) that exist today.
JDSpydo, thanks and hats off!!
Hawkbills and Spyderedges truly go together like Ham & Eggs, Hot Dogs and Mustard and Surf Boards and Salt Water>> I do know one Brother that will appreciate that last one
Hawkbills are the premier companion blades and Spyderco's Hawkbills are the best of the best
Well PEACENT & ZROW >> a G-10 Spyderhawk just has to be on the horizon too.