That thread is what started me wanting to learn! Hope to get half as good at making handles as the folks in that thread.Tucson Tom wrote: ↑Mon Mar 04, 2019 11:48 amYes indeed, it is too bad the project has been mothballed. I have never heard an official statement as to why, but there has been lots of plausible speculation. For that matter, I don't think there has been any real statement that it is over and done (but I am probably wrong about that).
I was late to the Mule Team party and enjoyed my brief involvement. I still fully intend to work up some of the blades I have. There is/was a great thread with people showing the amazing work they had done with their mules. I have often wondered if it went a different direction than was intended. The intent was to get different steels in the hands of end users and get their feedback. I don't think there was much feedback. There was lots of collecting, and some flipping. They became poker chips in a collectors game. The best thing I saw out of it was some of the superb craft work in the thread I mentioned.
Dude! Your post jogged my memory. I had an RWL-34 Mule too.Kyle8734 wrote: ↑Mon Mar 04, 2019 5:51 pmYea I'm pretty sad it has ended. I didn't start buying Spydercos or any other good quality knives until about two years ago so I missed out on a lot of the different mules. On the upside tho I am very happy that I was able to pick up three of them, RWL-34, LC200N, and CPM-20CV. They are very good slicers I will say, I use them alot in the kitchen.