First time taking a closer look at that knife. Looks really nice. How does it feel in your hand. Looks like a very comfortable handle. In the picture it looks like a round handle instead of having flat sides.TomAiello wrote:I received (not purchased) my Hungarian today at 4:30pm via UPS.
Great squeezes Mars and welcome to the forum.MarsUSMC wrote:I was able to squeeze in a NIB Earth Brown PM2 and a NIB plain edge, satin finish Embassy I can't wait to handle those beauties!
Thanks for the warm welcome! I just got into knives this year and Spyderco didn't take long to grab a lot of attention from me. I'm still in the Corps right now, currently in Okinawa, Japan. Thank you and your father for your service, at the end of the day we're all brothers in arms making the big machine work so we can continue to enjoy our little pleasures such as these wonderful Spyderco knives Happy New Year!jackknifeh wrote:Great squeezes Mars and welcome to the forum.MarsUSMC wrote:I was able to squeeze in a NIB Earth Brown PM2 and a NIB plain edge, satin finish Embassy I can't wait to handle those beauties!
I assume you are or used to be in the Marine corps. I thank you for your efforts and service. My Dad was in the corps for 22 years. Saw the Korean "conflict" and Viet Nam "police action" both. I was in the Air Force. Please don't laugh (out loud).
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?