Kale wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 17, 2020 3:51 pm
Actually, I got the Byrd model with full serrations and FRN. It's a hair smaller than the Tasman Salt (also has a finger choil and is slightly less hooked). It really disappears in the pocket... I can see how well it would be complimented by a serrated Pacific Salt.
Oh, nice one.
I don’t believe I’m familiar with that model.
Yes, those byrds are great value, and I’ve only just begun to appreciate how many of them are similar to the Seki City FRN series, but with 50/50 finger choils.
I don’t have any byrds myself, but I’ve purchased quite a few as gifts, or on behalf of other people.
I had a similar experience with my first Spydie - a Delica. Often, when I would want to cut something, it was so light and unobtrusive, that I would think I had forgotten to put it in my pocket and curse myself for my carelessness.
Then I would put my hand down amd there it was!
That’s a pretty good quality for those FRN Spydies and byrds to have.
I’m glad you’re enjoying it, and yes, the SE Pac Salt would be a great pairing - either the currently available classic H1 version, or the upcoming flat ground LC200N rendition.