I could see that being a good thing. With the choil it would be like a mini Stretch. I'd buy one in a heartbeat.kennethsime wrote:I just wish they'd add a choil to the Delica & Endura (like the Byrd Meadowlark 2 & Cara Cara 2).
babtron wrote:Good to know a lot of you guys still love this classic. I'm waiting for my ZDP-189 (possibly my favorite steel) version so I can carry that. I admit, I was a little tipsy upon writing this, so I went ahead and ordered 2 SB Sprints (worth the money imho) . I'm going to keep one NIB as a safe queen and one as a user. I'm going to gift the one I have now to a friend. I love this knife and want to share it with all
Only knife that might keep me away from it is the Squeak. Another classic design from Sal.
JD Spydo wrote:But I'm kind of surprised that they don't do more marketing promotions with the Delica as they have done with the Endura with G-10 handles and so forth.
Also, production schedules will likely be the most flexible at Golden, which is important when exploring new steel options.SpeedHoles wrote:It seems like everything the Endura gets, the Delica also gets, or maybe I missed something...?
Have to remember the Military and PM2 are made in Golden, and Delicas in Japan, so production steels will differ.
Pyrite wrote:The only bad things about carrying a Delica or Endura is that it brands you as a .... COMMONER!
The very thought of people trusting anything less than a titanium framelock to keep their fingers from being cut off accidentally drives some to apoplexy.