Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Ed Ricketts » Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:09 pm

The Hossums would be good choices, I'm a big fan of the Perrin street bowie, esp if i want to travel light. Folders? Too many good choices to list!

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Horizon » Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:21 pm

Apocalypso LW PE.

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Bdubs808 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:38 pm

Manix 2 XL. Not my favorite Spydie to carry in reality. A great choice for the scenario.
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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby holeshot » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:09 pm

Civilian and a Jumpmaster hands down.
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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Cheddarnut » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:53 pm

paladin wrote:
Cheddarnut wrote:Apocalypso jr.
Made my day! :D

too clever!!! :cool:
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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby 3rdGenRigger » Tue Feb 14, 2017 12:32 am

I'm going to answer based on what I currently own (Is available NOW). Fixed Blade would definitely be the Seratta. Folder would first be the CruWear Military, and if I could have two I'd also include my H1 Spyderhawk SE. Having said that...I'd take all of my Spydies in my Spyderpac and make the most out of all of them. If an apocalypse were to happen at any given time, and I didn't have a chance to get home to grab supplies, it would most likely be a CruWear PM2 and Tasman Salt SE because those two are most always in my pocket. I'd also have my SuperBlue Ladybug because it's always on my truck keys which are always on my person.
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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby AMarkAbove » Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:53 am

A PM2 in either m390 or S110V and a Szabohawk.
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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Cheddarnut » Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:19 pm

If it were a zombie specific apocalypse id carry a dodo, because zombies are attracted to brains.

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Blerv » Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:27 pm

The WARRIOR! Two edges, 100% silliness and H1. Nice blade belly too for skinning rats, yummy :D

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby npad69 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:15 pm

3rdGenRigger wrote:I'm going to answer based on what I currently own (Is available NOW). Fixed Blade would definitely be the Seratta. Folder would first be the CruWear Military, and if I could have two I'd also include my H1 Spyderhawk SE. Having said that...I'd take all of my Spydies in my Spyderpac and make the most out of all of them. If an apocalypse were to happen at any given time, and I didn't have a chance to get home to grab supplies, it would most likely be a CruWear PM2 and Tasman Salt SE because those two are most always in my pocket. I'd also have my SuperBlue Ladybug because it's always on my truck keys which are always on my person.
Hi, why do you prefer cruwear to ordinary s30v?

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby elena86 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:21 am

The upcoming fixed blade Kukri in K390 :cool:

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby twinboysdad » Wed Feb 15, 2017 4:04 pm

Cheddarnut wrote:Apocalypso jr.
Well played sir

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby 3rdGenRigger » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:27 pm

npad69 wrote: Hi, why do you prefer cruwear to ordinary s30v?
Hi, I find it to be a lot more forgiving to damage of basically all sorts and still have good wear resistance, and definitely adequate corrosion resistance. I work construction (Build and maintain cell phone towers), and I've found it to be my favourite all around steel for my particular uses. It's also a lots easier to sharpen in my experience.
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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Tim_B_Riding » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:17 am

I got real nervous reading this thread and I've also been binge watching the Walking Dead. So now I'm the proud owner of a Euroedge. I'm going to make a life size replica of a walker's head to practice on.

Seriously, I did just get one and I think Rick would approve.

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby JD Spydo » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:39 am

I tend to agree with what VASH said about the Szabo folder it's really aggressive knife with nice belly to it. But how soon everyone forgets the C-60 Ayoob model which at one time was also available in Spyderedge.

The Spyderhawk can't be overlooked nor could the Civilian model or Matriarch which is my preference. From simply appearance alone I would have to say the the older/discontinued model SHABARIA can't be overlooked as well.

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby Mad Mac » Thu Feb 16, 2017 2:59 pm

The EuroEdge makes me weak in the knees, but for one folding Spyderco knife for the apocalypse, I have three priorities.
1. Foremost a tactical knife of substantial size and weight for self defense.
2. Secondly, a survival knife, a bushcraft folder if you will, that is extremely tough and durable.
3. Last, an all around utility knife handy enough to have clipped in a pocket all of the time.
Of the Spyderco knives that I own and with which I am familiar, in my opinion the K2 has it hands down.

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby jdw » Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:56 pm

Mad Mac wrote:The EuroEdge makes me weak in the knees, but for one folding Spyderco knife for the apocalypse, I have three priorities.
1. Foremost a tactical knife of substantial size and weight for self defense.
2. Secondly, a survival knife, a bushcraft folder if you will, that is extremely tough and durable.
3. Last, an all around utility knife handy enough to have clipped in a pocket all of the time.
Of the Spyderco knives that I own and with which I am familiar, in my opinion the K2 has it hands down.

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby bearfacedkiller » Thu Feb 16, 2017 4:14 pm

I think that the apocalypse deserves dual K2s...


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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby bearfacedkiller » Thu Feb 16, 2017 4:20 pm

Seriaoulsy though, whatever I grabbed would be 15 inches long and weigh a pound. Probably this...

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SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?

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Re: Most Apocalypse Spyderco?

Postby TheRaven » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:12 pm

Out of my present Spydercos, probably my street beat.

I think it likely makes more sense than a folder in an apocalyptic situation. Also, the SB vg10 should be fairly easy to sharpen on whatever I'm using as a sharpening device????

To each his own.


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