No although that'd be an option, it's just an aluminum bolt I had lying around.
Yes... which is why this idea isn't ideal in that it covers up the hole. I do use lanyards on some knives (though not all).JD Spydo wrote: ↑Tue May 21, 2019 5:39 pmNot sure this falls in line but I've thought about the pocket clips also having lanyard attachments on them for a long time now. There are Spyderco models like the C-44 Dyad which is one model that doesn't have a conventional lanyard hole like most other Spyderco models do. So I've been thinking that many models like the C-44 Dyad and others I'm thinking of should consider adapting a lanyard hole in the pocketclip itself.
Especially when you have models that you use and work close to lakes, streams, rivers, oceans ect... because I can't tell you how heart wrenching it is to have a really good Spyderco model fall overboard or in a deep water hole of some sort. To me lanyards might just be the best insurance policy you can get for your favorite Spyder ( folder or fixed blade). So wouldn't it make sense to insure you don't lose it???
I think there are dremel bits with bearings so you could follow a template as if it were a really tiny router. No idea how well that works. It would be easy to 3d print a template though.