Douglas wrote:Just got mine. Very much like operating this lock the way it was designed to be used. I thought it might be my first Spydie that didn't need clip re-positioning, but while the clip was on the correct side it was set for tip-down carry so I had to switch it anyways.
One thing I notice is that the G10 has rather sharp edges compared to my RH PM3, which has a slight chamfer along the edge. I have to say the chamfer makes the knife considerably more comfortable in the hand, which makes me wonder why they would have changed that.
My experience has been that the chamfering has varied from one PM2 model to another and sometimes maybe even one run to another. I personally favor the chamfering and think it makes the knife a good bit more comfortable to hold. Some people may like the more rectangular cross section with little chamfering because it may give them a more reliable grip when opening the knife, or maybe the lack of chamfering just saves production time. In any case, I wonder if there's a convenient way to quickly and neatly round over the edges of a G-10 scale without disassembling the knife.
Other left-handed Douglas