I had not considered carrying the PE and the SE as a pair. I would feel like a gunslingerMom3ntuM wrote: ↑Sun Dec 23, 2018 7:49 amI really think i'm going to love it to, after carrying the ukpk drop point i fell in love with the bladeshape and ergos, and the stretch 2 have the same bladeshape and looks like it has somewhat the same ergos Just a bit bigger.
Are you going to Carry the caribbians as a pair,?
They are on my list for next years work knives, caribbian pe and se sheepsfoot,,,, or leaf,, i can't decide
The PE has yet to arrive but from the box I took apart with the SE I will say it is better than my Pacific Salt as a slicing cutting machine. The spyder edge is different than the one on the pacific salt and the leaf shape makes for an extremely effective serrated blade. One thing for certain is you do not want to cut yourself with this it will do immediate deep damage.
The Spyderedge on the Pacific Salt has deeper scallops and pointer teeth it has more in common with some of the older Spyderedge knives I own. I much prefer the Spyderedge on the Carribean the Scallops are not as deep and pronounced these are like the ones found on a fully serrated Paramilitary2.
These scallops lock in and slice like crazy!!! Some of you guys that love a good Serrated Edge Blade like I do should really pull the trigger on this guy.
The handle is Yellow very yellow but you know what I like it and it is very sturdy in the hand you just know it will last. The Compression lock on this is well implemented also it is stiffer than I have found on the Paramilitary 2 the Para3 the sage 5 and the Yojimbo 2. There is little chance for accidental disengagement the handle shape really does not lend to choking back on the handle nor with this awesome blade shape is there any reason to.
I recommend the leaf shape the sheepsfoot does not have the belly but is probably safer if being used on a boat. The leaf shape really brings out the power of serrations like nothing I have ever used serrated before.