With the TUSK model being one of the very first Spyders they ever used LC200N blade steel and it being designed as a knife designed for boating, fishing and marine uses it's just so confusing to me as to why they have never yet offered it in Spyderedge
?? It would be high on my list to buy if I could get one in Spyderedge and I've heard others echo those sentiments here on this forum and other knife forums as well.
The two people I've got to talk with that have used LC200N in SE have given me a "thumbs up" for it being a great blade steel for Spyderedged blades. With Spyderco's Hawkbills mainly being target marketed to the marine/fishing industries I would also think you would want to put the TUSK model in that same group. And 95% of all of Spyderco's Hawkbills have been serrated. So why not the TUSK