Is any good reason why did you move from Virginia to Alaska?clovisc wrote: About 10 years ago I lived a couple hours' drive from New Graham. Ah.... those were the days.
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
I am literally speechless after reading that last sentence. Spyderco's tag line is "Reliable High Performance"; how in the world would they think they're not for use?abbazaba wrote:Sadly, I don't have a local dealer anywhere near me, but I was at a good size sport shop up in VT over the weekend. Lots of Kershaws, Bucks, some CRKT, and a few Helle. I asked if they had every considered carrying Spyderco... They replied that they don't carry Spydercos because they would never sell, then mentioned that they had an over $100 Kershaw in the case for years and years that didn't sell (who would buy an over $100 Kershaw ). Anyway, they continued with mentioning that Spydercos were overpriced "glamour" knives and just for show, not practical for use!!!
Hey Roman! Opportunity vs. limited opportunity. The quality of life suits me well, and the weather in Ketchikan is fairly mild.bh49 wrote:Is any good reason why did you move from Virginia to Alaska?clovisc wrote: About 10 years ago I lived a couple hours' drive from New Graham. Ah.... those were the days.
Warm vs. freezing cold.
NGK vs. nothing????
Distributor exclusive for Lone Wolf. "Armorer's tool Endura"10just wrote: I remember he had a model ive never seen, it was either a delica or endura with black FRN, BUT it was some type of GLOCK colab with a small multi function tool.. Some type of key to maintenance a glock.. Anyone know what im talking about??