I haven't seen anything other mention of this on the forum. The Dragonfly has been around since 1994, and other than an evolution to the Dragonfly 2, there really isn't any other real spiritual successors to it. I realize that the ergonomics of the Dragonfly is the main reason why it is shaped and sized the way that it is, but follow me for a moment here. What if a larger Dragonfly, let's just call it the Dragon, were to have the similar ergonomics of being mostly finger held, the spine just large enough to kiss the meaty portion of the palm. It would maintain the same arrowhead leaf blade shape and with an edge length of no larger than 2.5 or 2.75 inches tops and maintain a thin stock. Cutting with it should feel the same, a crank cut of thumb and fingers pushing the blade into the cut. I think the reason the Dragonfly cuts so well is because there is the positive feedback of having the knife mostly in your fingers, more finesse in a finger tool. Once a knife becomes part of the palm and hand, it becomes a gross motor tool, losing some of the fine detail control. Being able to make a cut with your fingers where other knives required elbow grease would be a true testament to how sharp a knife a company could make. It wouldn't look dramatically different in size, but the best part is that the Dragon would deploy one handed a lot more comfortably. Would anyone else want a slightly larger Dragonfly?
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