2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby przemekspce » Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:47 pm

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Model: Spyderco Sage™ 2 Reeve Integral Lock C123TI

Sage 2 is my first titanium knife with framelock. Even though it comes under "Gentlemen's knife" line, I use it every day at my work. I cut cable insulation, electrical conduit, plastic pipes, carton boxes and other electric material by them. It looks wonderfully and it is very helpful tool.

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Thanks for contest
All the best,
Przemek
:spyder: SPY-DK, Dragonfly G10, Honeybee, Pingo WoroKnives Titanium, Sage 2, Spydiechef, Techno2 :spyder:

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby Uke » Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:57 pm

Wow, what's with all the amazing Salt/beach photos this year!? Beautiful shot attila!

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby RickC27 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 4:05 pm

Uke wrote:
Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:57 pm
Wow, what's with all the amazing Salt/beach photos this year!? Beautiful shot attila!
I was so excited and feeling really good about mine until Attila delivered that masterpiece! No way are 2 of the same knives making the calendar. Had to switch it up. His pic really is amazing/creative.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby attila » Wed Aug 01, 2018 4:56 pm

Wow! :eek:

I really appreciate everyone's kind words! I'm just glad that jamming my knife in the sand worked out so nicely.

There's plenty of competition, however, with a several that are easily capable of being picked over mine.

Rick, I'm sorry for causing you to have to redo your submission. Since it is kind of a competition, I trust you won't hold it against me.
Own: VG-10 Delica, Old S30V Native, modified Breeden Rescue, VG-10 Delica, HAP40 Endura, ZDP-189 Dragonfly, S110V Manix 2 LW,Pakkawood Delica, Cruwear Para 3, SE H1 Dragonfly, M4 Manix 2, HAP40 Caly 3, smooth G10 S90V Native, K390 Urban, Pakkawood Dragonfly, smooth G10 Cruwear PM2, SE Pacific Salt, HAP40 Jazzlica, Blurple Native, P.I.T.S., DLC Manix 2, REX 45 PM2, REX 45 Para 3, XHP Manix 2 LW, Superblue Caly 3, DLT 20CV PM2, Rhino, SB Calypso Jr., B70P, PMA11, K03, G10 ZDP-189 Stretch 2, Kapara, REX 45 Military, 154CM Manix 2 LW, KW 204p PM2, Swick, Supergold Delica, back lock Lil'Native, AEB-L Urban, HAP40 Stretch, smooth G10 Cruwear Manix 2, Cruwear Military, M390 PM2, Cruwear Delica, CPM 4V Lil'Native, Mantra 2, Cru-Carta Shaman, M390 Para 3 LW, M390 Manix 2, K390 Police 4, RexWood Shaman, DLC Cruwear Shaman.

Waiting for: K490, Swick 5, and something purple
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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby RickC27 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 5:14 pm

attila wrote:
Wed Aug 01, 2018 4:56 pm
Wow! :eek:

I really appreciate everyone's kind words! I'm just glad that jamming my knife in the sand worked out so nicely.

There's plenty of competition, however, with a several that are easily capable of being picked over mine.

Rick, I'm sorry for causing you to have to redo your submission. Since it is kind of a competition, I trust you won't hold it against me.
Haha, absolutely! No hard feeling.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby dielon » Wed Aug 01, 2018 8:02 pm

Here's mine. The endura I picked up about a year ago in Golden and it the one I carry nearly everyday. The Q knife I've had for many years now. I don't really use it for anything other than a conversation piece.
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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby Sharp Guy » Wed Aug 01, 2018 8:09 pm

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Featured Knife: Sliverax C228CF

When Paul Alexander's Sliverax was first introduced I was unsure if I'd like the model. In fact, it took me awhile before I decided to go ahead and buy one. I'm sure glad I did! The knife needs to be held before the design can be fully appreciated. It's sleek in the pocket, has multiple possibilities for opening, and the compression lock, combined with the upgraded bearing system, make closing a breeze. It also looks great!

This shot was taken on a sunny morning at one of our favorite parks on the north shore of Grapevine Lake, TX.

Thanks for the Spyderco Team for holding this contest once again. As usual, I'm in awe of how talented to this group is. Good luck everyone!

-Patrick

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Of all the things I've lost I miss my mind the most!

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby RickC27 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 9:44 pm

See Pat, you didn't even need to continue with your thread and just listen to me with the very first response! :)

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby Wright.88 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 10:04 pm

Captured this photo when I was walking on a South Carolina beach back in June with my trusty Spydiechef. The moon is above it with Jupiter to the upper left. It was a beautiful night!

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby Factech » Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:33 am

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Knife Featured - Native LW Maxamet C41PGY5

This is the evolution of the first Spyderco I bought 15 years ago, a Native 1.

Its patina makes it unique and gives this steel character. It is reliable, like the pile of well used wrenches where it lies.  The ergonomics lock this native in the hand, just like the original Native.

This Native will be a well used and trustworthy tool for many years to come.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby brj » Thu Aug 02, 2018 2:30 am

A lot of great Pac Salt pics this year, but I'll post mine anyway :)
Shot taken @ the Bigar waterfall in Romania.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby i am travvy » Thu Aug 02, 2018 7:47 am

Some really great submissions coming in! Getting nervous about mine now!

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby Johnnie1801 » Thu Aug 02, 2018 7:47 am

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Knife - Paramilitary 2 (C81GM4P2)

This was not supposed to be my entry but I've had a bad run of luck this year and not much time at all this summer to create the photo I wanted. The PM2 is my favourite knife and the M4 version with jade scales is one of the most photogenic in my opinion. I regularly try to go walking in the countryside or woods near where I live and to try and photograph the knife I'm carrying or anything interesting. I always try to participate in the calendar contest but the way my luck is going I doubt I'll win anything but I guess it's the taking part that counts.

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Currently enjoying Spyderco's in - S30V, VG10, Super Blue, Cruwear x4, CTS XHP, S110V x2, M4 x3, S35VN, CTS 204P x2, S90V, HAP 40, K390, RWL34, MAXAMET, ZDP 189, REX 45


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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby KapitanPlaneta » Thu Aug 02, 2018 8:31 am

Spyderco UKPK is my No.1 seaside holidays pick. One word- "sand" and all fancy zillion rowed ball bearing folders hide deeper in the drawer.
Super simple but imho the sexiest Spyderco design.

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:spyder: UKPK Black G10, Urban British Blades & Foliage G10, Ti Pingo [Woro Knives], Delica Wharncliffe [micarta scales], Rhino

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby abbazaba » Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:03 am

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Featured Knife: Manbug G10 MGGY

This "best dressed" version of the Manbug often lives in the bottom of my pocket, ready for bigger tasks than its diminutive size would suggest. Knives like this define Spyderco to me... practical utility meets design elegance. Thank you Spyderco!

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby tvenuto » Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:08 am

Awesome shot. Love that bolstered manbug!

Definitely the “year of knives stuck vertically into things in an attractive way” calendar.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby Spydergirl88 » Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:12 am

Killing it abbazaba!
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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby VashHash » Thu Aug 02, 2018 10:13 am

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Featured knife : Spyderco Kris
This is one of my favorite knives and I really enjoy walking through the woods and looking at trees. I like the contrast of the tree bark and lichen with the contrast of the micarta and stainless bolster.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby carrotsaurus » Thu Aug 02, 2018 12:48 pm

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Knife - Spyderco Delica

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Long-time lurker decided to make an entry for the calendar this year. Living in Alberta, we are just a short drive from the mountains and I take every opportunity to get out there to make the most of our short summers. Since acquiring it, the Delica has been a constant companion on hiking and camping trips - trusting in the quality of its workmanship and its elegant design.

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Re: 2019 Forum Calendar Contest!

Postby silvershade255 » Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:58 pm

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See if I can do this right. This is a native 5 2015 forum knife sticking out of a Colorado map at the approximate location of the Spyderco outlet factory. I bought this knife there on a motorcycle trip with my brother, it is my first spyderco knife. Since the start of this journey I've discovered this community and interest the company shows in it's product and customers, which has kept me around.
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