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Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Spydergirl88 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 2:33 pm

A Manbug Zdp189 bit me the other day while I was prying... Don't worry it was only pistachio shells lol. Do y'all have any spydie wounds? :spyder:
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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby TheOutdoorNerd » Thu Dec 31, 2015 4:12 pm

Luckily just a couple nicks in the last 20 years and nothing that's drawn blood.

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Postby Reject » Thu Dec 31, 2015 5:13 pm

The import regulations have changed in Australia, Image so this a current wound.
:D But I am resilient.

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Sorry Spydergirl; :o I know it’s not the brief. :D But some one had to do it sooner or later.
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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Spydergirl88 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 5:18 pm

Lol reject

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Postby Evil D » Thu Dec 31, 2015 5:24 pm

This little line above my fingernail. That was one of the worst cuts I've ever had, I just did an exceptional job closing it up if I do say so myself. It scarred but it's so thin you have to catch light shining on it to really see it. It's about 3/4 inch long but you can't see it all in the pic.

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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Cameron » Thu Dec 31, 2015 6:01 pm

No scar, but my Yo2 bit my thumb the day I picked her up, when I attempted to stop her from puncturing one of my testicles...

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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby i am travvy » Thu Dec 31, 2015 6:09 pm

My valotton bit me
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And now, looks bad cause I had a pimple on it lol
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Postby TheOutdoorNerd » Thu Dec 31, 2015 6:34 pm

One of my sisters is a paramedic and another one of my sisters is a survivalist who used to be a teacher with the peace corps in some of the most remote regions of the world.

My trauma kit has most of the common items a paramedic would have. So, when it finally happens, I'm fairly proud of some of the items in my kit. And even though I have some weird Zen thing about not getting cut by knives, I still injure myself plenty, so that New Skin has already seen use a couple times. It's basically super glue with an antiseptic.

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Postby Birdman21 » Fri Jan 01, 2016 1:24 pm

Cameron wrote:No scar, but my Yo2 bit my thumb the day I picked her up, when I attempted to stop her from puncturing one of my testicles...

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Sounds like u got off pretty light to me! Lol

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Postby Mako109 » Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:20 pm

Only pic I have is from the ER and too bloody for the web; I can't even look at it myself. Basically sliced my left index finger fairly deep and severed a nerve. The ER docs did a wonderful job fixing the boo-boo. So good that I can barely see traces of the wound anymore, so no scar pic worth showing. I no longer have feeling in that finger, but I can now stir piping hot coffee (or anything else) without needing a spoon. It always freaks people out :eek:. Oh, it was an Endura.

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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby BTG » Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:48 pm

Obviously it wasn't from a spydie, (unless he had one for hood ornament) but I couldn't resist.
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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Mako109 » Fri Jan 01, 2016 3:13 pm

Reject wrote:The import regulations have changed in Australia, Image so this a current wound.
:D But I am resilient.

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OMG, that's awful!!! I can empathize bro :p

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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby wallace47 » Fri Jan 08, 2016 6:35 am

Most of my spydie's have bitten me,but no real scars yet,i always keep a band aid by the computor in case of acidents whilst absent mindedly playing with them.I always like to spot the band aid on peoples fingers when they do utube reviews. :D

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Postby Doc Dan » Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:41 am

I have no real Spydie bites. I try to be careful. I do have a number of scars from other knives of past years. I cut through my whole finger with a linoleum carving knife. A nice U shaped slice side to side and to the bone. Another I have is a missing chunk from the end of one of my fingers because of a chef knife. A little flavoring in the food. :D Then, I have another scar where a guy stabbed me in the hand. (ouch)
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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Hopsbreath » Fri Jan 08, 2016 10:37 am

Got bit by my Delica yesterday; not a scar yet, but it's gonna be... Image

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Postby Slone » Fri Jan 08, 2016 11:24 am

This is growse.

I think you shouldn't use sharp Spyderco blades for your own safety. :rolleyes:
Or practice with the wood-kit first ! :D
Be extra careful around your crotch area !!
Mostly because your major vascular system is running around there.

Stay Unsharpened ! :)

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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby SpyderNut » Fri Jan 08, 2016 11:35 am

I'll try to get a picture of my Spydie scar uploaded soon. My scar came from closing a brand-new SE Harpy blade onto the main knuckle on my right index finger. Hard. :( It took several stitches to close the wound. The ER doc said that the SE blade severed a tendon, so my index finger has been crooked ever since.
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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Bradley » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:02 pm

I have more than I'd care to admit, one of the only ones that I have a visible scar from is on my foot. I dropped a freshly sharpened para 2 into the side of my foot. It was a squirter for sure. Ironically I'm wearing the same socks as I was when it happened so I didnt even need to remove my socks. :rolleyes: No stitches were needed, socks stopped the initial bleeding and a paper towel or two finished the job. Lesson to be learned: give your knives the respect they deserve. Image

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Re: Post your Spyderco scar

Postby Bradley » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:05 pm

The worst cut I've gotten from a spydie was given to me as I snatched a freshly sharpened s90v yojimbo 2 off of a previous lover's wrist. Unfortunately I grabbed it by the blade. Sliced me all the way across my palm, required 13 stitches to close it, and I still have nerve damage in my index finger and my pinky. I'd do it again though, people don't realize how sharp these knives can get. If I hadn't grabbed it, it certainly would've been much worse for her than it was for me. The knife was so sharp that there is hardly a scar remaining, good job doc!

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