Rhoooo that sweet !sal wrote:In-the-works.Spydergirl88 wrote:It's definitely a winner. I wonder if we'll ever see the sheepsfoot version that Sal was talking about
Hi Dan,Doc Dan wrote:Radioactive,
Who made those scales for you? Also, did you dye your Manbug's G10 or did somebody make those scales, as well. I remember seeing these before but I do not remember the details. Those look very nice.
I concur! Awesome valueRobDigi wrote:I have a Manbug g10 and a Ladybug like them both...very much!!
I prefer the Manbug g10... but thats just personal preference.
The Byrd Finch could also be included in this conversation.
I like the blade shape of the Finch it also has g10 and steel liners.. granted probably not the same as Manbug.
I do realize that it is not the same quality as the Spyderco Manbug or Ladybug but...
I have used mine a lot over the last year and its gone through the washer in my jeans more then once.
Maybe I just got lucky with this one... but no blade play, still solid lock up, cuts like a razor with ffg...oh and one more thing,
I really like the jimped finger choil on the Finch neither the Manbug or Ladybug has that... gives much more utility to a small knife.
I love my Finch...15 bucks can't beat it!!
Not trying to say anything bad about Oso Grande, but I've had a couple of orders cancelled by them because the model they showed in their store wasn't actually in stock. I got a refund of course, but it's definitely a good idea to contact them before you place an order, just so you can verify they actually have it.Doc Dan wrote:This was posted on another thread for those interested in Super Blue.
Postby bouhunter » 04 Mar 2016 02:07
Hey everyone. I'm new here and enjoying the discussions It seems the Super Blue models were very popular. Just thought I'd pass along the Manbug is still available here:
http://www.osograndeknives.com/catalog/ ... 25338.html
I was surprised to see this since the Super Blue knives were in such high demand overall.