I'm starting to believe that the C-36 Military model will end up being the winner overall. And I guess it stands to reason because for The MILITARY model to be in the main line up since 1996 speaks for itself.Igi964 wrote:I must say Millie
I don't carry it personaly anymore, but is a hell of a knife. If you want big folder and still light enough to EDC, this is it.
I love the fact that Spyderco has elected to use the MILITARY model to introduce many of the newer/better blade steels. Actually I couldn't off hand think of a better model for them to do that with. Yeah the fixed blade Mule Team is great for that purpose but I couldn't think of a better folder for them to use.
I'm just hoping that we will see the C-36 Military model in some more exotic and unique handle materials as time goes on. I wish Spyderco would eventually make a belt type sheath as an option to buy for the Military model similar to what BUCK did for their model 110. And maybe one with a compartment for a "Doublestuff" sharpening stone.