I'm all in!!!
That's atleast 5 sales right there!
Southfork is nice, really thought-out design.Cambertree wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 5:24 amIt’s a fairly recently discontinued model, but I’ve been enjoying the Phil Wilson Southfork in S90V.
I believe that model could stand alongside any of the ‘Golden Age’ classics.
A more thinly ground K390 version with micarta handles would be close to a grail fixed blade for me. I’d also like to see the partial tang with G10 backspacer like the original custom design. This would shift the centre of balance slightly forward, which makes a blade feel a bit more nimble for skinning and boning work.
I agree, a fixed blade in a tool steel would be quite expensive.Pancake wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 6:24 amSouthfork is nice, really thought-out design.
But, as I said before, I would bet it would be like 300+ Euros, which would be no-go for me, and I think for lot of other people as well.
Same thing with Temperance 2 in some tool steel, I know right now it would be too expensive for me....like, no way it would be like 200 Euros.
I am sure a lot of folks would said 3V, 4V, M4, but I say something along 52100. It could be hardened quite high, it is quite tough and it is not that expensive.
Sure, a 52100 fixed blade with Spyderco's heat treatment would be great. And as you say, it would help keep the cost a bit lower, at least if the knife was made in Golden.Pancake wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 8:10 amI am sure a lot of folks would said 3V, 4V, M4, but I say something along 52100. It could be hardened quite high, it is quite tough and it is not that expensive.
I know, I am talking about raw material, but I would like to have in auch steel, that would keep the cost as low as possible.
To have a KRIS model in PE & SE would be quite nice. The KRIS is one of the very few models out of that era that I never owned for some strange reason. Now I did own a couple of the SPYKER models which are kind of similar. I always wondered what the SPYKER would be like in SE.VashHash wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 8:43 amThe original Jess Horn with the bone and bolsters and the trapezoidal divot.
The Kris. Would like to see this in a white linen, a jigged bone, and a stag. So that's 3 sprints right there.
Forester in 3V. Nice big massive spyderco Chopper in a Chopper steel. I'd settle for other steels like 4V or something similar.
Well I hope Spyderco is noticing just how many folks are also wanting to see an updated version of the C-60 Ayoob. And hey I could go for one in denim blue G-10 scales as long as it has a serious supersteel blade. The first two editions had VG-10 and it's time that model got to be tested in one of the newer/better blade steels IMO.benben wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 3:11 pmAll updated modern versions, any handle scale material, color, and any blade steel, surprise me!
Original Paramilitary, love the size of this one, oh, and still with the dino jimping!
Okay, I lied......
Ayoob with a denim blue G-10 scales and Cru-wear.
Large Wegner with polished black micarta, VG-10 with a larger opening hole.
Original Paramilitary with OD green micarta with a tough tool steel.....say 3V or 4V. Really I'd be happy with any steel?
I believe that is the Terzoula C-15 model. Or it could be the C-19 Terzoula. I had the C-15 on a couple of occasions.
Yeah the AYOOB again is being requested. I sure hope that the Great Spyder Factory is taking notice I also like your choice of the Tatanka but I would rather see it in either 3V or 20V. I bet M390 would make a great steel for that big blade as well.