BUD NEALY/SPYDERCO

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BUD NEALY/SPYDERCO

Postby Jeffrey » Thu Jan 16, 2003 1:00 am

What would you think about a Bud Nealy / Spyderco collaboration?



Post your favorite collaborations.



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Postby Pachucko » Thu Jan 16, 2003 2:34 pm

Works for me. Still waiting on a Ryan collab.

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Postby Jurphaas » Thu Jan 16, 2003 11:44 pm

Will not happen. Bud Nealy already does collaborations with Boker of Germany.

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Postby J Smith » Fri Jan 17, 2003 12:27 am

CRK-Spyderco

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Postby Jeffrey » Fri Jan 17, 2003 4:58 am

Jurphaas- Yes I know for the fixed blade knives he collaborates with Boker, but does that prevent Bud from designing a tactical self-defense folder for Spyderco?

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Postby dialex » Fri Jan 17, 2003 7:57 am

I like E. Bradichansky's models. Too bad he passed away <img src="sad.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0>
Other Spyderco collaborations I like: B. Frank, H. Viele, F. Centofante, B. Terzuola.
I'd like to see a Ken Onion design for Spyderco.

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Postby Jeffrey » Fri Jan 17, 2003 9:29 am

Oh yes Ken Onion would be nice, I would like to see that design too.

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Postby cmassicotte » Fri Jan 17, 2003 1:50 pm

So..... If I ask "Who is Bud Nealy" will I be banished from this forum forever?

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Postby voxnaes » Fri Jan 17, 2003 4:14 pm

DooooH Chuck,
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Postby Jeffrey » Fri Jan 17, 2003 6:11 pm

Chuck - Look for www.budnealyknifemaker.com

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Postby Jurphaas » Sat Jan 18, 2003 5:02 am

Jeff, Irecall a conversation with Sal about two years ago where he told me that he no longer would continue the collaborations with Bob T because he did a collaboration with Benchmade. You do either Spyderco or an other Company. When collaborations, Spyderco looks for exclusive relations. Ken O started out about 6 or 7 years ago with the Colt Phyton models for United Cutlery. Now he has sold his life to Kershaw. So probably never any Spyderco's from his design. Have a great day.

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Postby pyton357ru » Sat Jan 18, 2003 7:41 am

Just my 2 roubles.
Typical Bud Nealy's desighn is a straight flat fixed blade. Don't think it goes well with current image of spyderco.

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Postby yog » Sat Jan 18, 2003 11:49 am

I would really love to see a Spyderco Niel Blackwood collaboration. I feal that one thing missing from the Spyderco line up is a decient sized recurved blade, and Niels work really hits the spot.

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Postby Rger No. 1 » Sun Jan 19, 2003 12:09 pm

Hello All,
I really like the idea of joint knife with Bud Nealy and <img src="spyder.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0> on the order of Bud's new "AT", Appalachian Trail, or the Pocono. I'm looking at a flat ground fixed blade of 3 to 3 7/8 in long with CPM440V; not the ATS 34 Bud usually uses. I am into outdoor utility and hunting knives; not martial arts, so some forumites can address that side of Bud's work better than I.
I would also like to see Bud's outdoor Dual-Lock sheath or the Moran Tek-Lok sheath system.
Jeffrey, thanks for initiating this thread. Even though this idea may go nowhere; it is only thru this type of out of the box thinking that keeps <img src="spyder.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0> so competitive.
Thanks, again.



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Postby Rger No. 1 » Sun Jan 19, 2003 12:13 pm

Hello All,
I really like the idea of joint knife with Bud Nealy and <img src="spyder.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0> on the order of Bud's new "AT", Appalachian Trail, or the Pocono. I'm looking at a flat ground fixed blade of 3 to 3 7/8 in long with CPM440V; not the ATS 34 Bud usually uses. I am into outdoor utility and hunting knives; not martial arts, so some forumites can address that side of Bud's work better than I.
I would also like to see Bud's outdoor Dual-Lock sheath or the Moran Tek-Lok sheath system.
Jeffrey, thanks for initiating this thread. Even though this idea may go nowhere; it is only thru this type of out of the box thinking that keeps <img src="spyder.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0> so competitive.
Thanks, again.



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