JD Spydo wrote: ↑Wed May 08, 2019 11:03 amWith all the current fanfare and hoopla about blade steel LC200N I truly believe it's high time for another CATCHERMAN in that blade steel>> But!!!?? But!!!???? it has to be available in PE, CE & SE all three because there are a lot of us who like all three variations of the CATCHERMAN.
Another thing we need to make these guys aware of Landon is that the serration pattern on the older AUS-8 full Spyderedged unit is a lower profile and somewhat more rounded pattern and it is truly the best serration pattern I've seen Spyderco ever come up with. If they do cave in a give us an LC200N in full SE then I do hope they copy the original SE pattern from the older AUS-8 model.xceptnl wrote: ↑Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:43 amJD Spydo wrote:OH I know what you're saying "No Fair" but have you ever tried one of the older AUS-8, full Spyderedged units before? Because there is just something really special about that model in SE I can assure you that you would love it.NoFair wrote:Imho the CE is much better for fish and meat.JD Spydo wrote:
Even the older AUS-8, full Spyderedged Catcherman that I've had for years is a super great food prep knife and for the life of me I can't figure why they didn't offer the Catcherman in full SE in those other blade steels is just beyond my thinking
I can't tell you how many non-knife people I've worked with that have tried to buy my AUS-8, full SE CATCHERMAN. It's just a great, functional, multi-purpose knife.
Oh I like my two MBS-26 and two H-1 CE Catcherman models but there is something very special about that old AUS-8 SE CAtcherman.
This is a truth if I have ever read one. I let the USN version go, but once I used the SE version once, I knew it was a model I couldn't let go of.