Made in the good ol' US of A as well. All the mules I have are Taichung, so this has me more excited!
It would be good to see Halpern use some newer material as well. Shred Carbon Fiber comes to mind....Burton Knut wrote: It’s one of my must haves from this reveal. I love the Mules I have and look forward to adding this to the stable. I’m hoping this will mean Halpern restocks their scales too.
Yes, only through Spyderco. Click the wrench icon at the top of this thread and subscribe to this topic. Someone will likely post on this thread as soon as it drops.grubetown wrote: ↑Tue May 05, 2020 4:36 pmHope this question is ok in this thread. I am newer to knife collecting and want to make sure I understand the Mule Team concept as I am interested in this upcoming release.
Thanks in advance for the answer.
- This knife is only sold through Spyderco.com and the factory store?
- If so, is there a way to know when the knife is available?
sal wrote: ↑Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:52 pmCreating a new steel is not an easy task and we've been working on this for more than a year. Like anything new in business, it is a gamble. We hope for the best. We've done quite a few new things in the knife industry. Some are better than others, but to not try is to stop.......at least for Spyderco.
CTS-BD1 and BD1N is a USA made variation of a Japanese steel called Gingami 1 made by Hitachi. A very useful and successful blade steel. It was created because of Spyderco working with Carpenter. SPY27 is a USA made variation of VG-10, another useful and successful blade steel made by Takefu that was created by Spyderco working with Crucilble.
If there is a problem with this, I guess I'm not seeing it. Splain it to me?