...I do think passing something on to your children like a well-made Spyderco would be nice. Those of us who now have something that belonged a parent typically cherish that item. Imagine one of your children pulling a Spyderco out of is his pocket, and saying : "this belonged to my pop, and I use it now".MichaelScott wrote: Of course I won’t exactly stop. I plan to get a few more Spydercos eventually just because they are cool and I think some would speak to me as well in different ways. I’m following the Sliverax discussion so .... I’m not a collector but passing on a few quality knives to my kids would be a good thing too. Right?
My daughter (31yrs) ended up with my Pink PM2 that I'd only had about a week after she commented, "That's a nice knife dad. Do they make them for men too?"
Five !!! Holy cow I could spare a kidney for one That variant is my all time holy graillunde wrote: ↑Wed Mar 28, 2018 10:40 pmWhile I very much like the C199 Nirvana, I have to admit that the best overall Spyderco folding knife is the C81 PM2, which sort of explains why I own 35 of the darn things. My favorite iteration is C81CFP2, which is the version that has Carbon Fiber handles and CPM-S90V blade. I have five of those.