Very nice! I went back and forth on the insingo or traditional drop point. I really dig the shape of the insingo but the drop point (or maybe it's clip point, I can't remember what they call it)is more my style and more conducive to my needs as an EDC
Too many Spydercos to buy first, but you are right about the resale thing! You would not lose much!DRKBC wrote:I have a small 21 with ebony inlay and a Large Insingo with Micarta on the way. I like the small but am very anxious to see and feel the large and also the Insingo as the small is a little small for my tastes. I like the inlay models, it thickens up the handle a bit. What can you say about Chris Reeve knives, you do pay a premium for them but they are really beautiful classic designs that are superbly engineered. Nothing to loose by trying one if you don't like it you can sell it very easily and quickly for very close to what you paid for it.
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