Catcherman, The less photographed Spyderco

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JD Spydo
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Catcherman, functionality at it's finest

Postby JD Spydo » Wed Jan 13, 2010 6:56 pm

RIOT wrote:I was going to ask for a pic with the Catcherman in hand but the pic against the Chinook was worthy. this knife is long!
Yeah it is probably about the longest Spyderco folder to date that I know of unless you want to include the Spydersaw as a folder.

The Catcherman is designed as a fish fillet knife primarily. So it could have been made even longer had they wanted to. But I would not in any way limit this slender gem to only processing fish because that's just one of hundreds of cutting chores it excels at.

yeah an H-1 Catcherman would make perfect sense. There are some designs that are so good you just can't bury them forever. Look at the resurrection of the Spyderhawk in H-1>> The Catcherman may be one of the most functional Spyders ever made.

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Postby Seanski » Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:52 pm

Use your blades in the kitchen, it's great bonding time!

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Postby Seanski » Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:53 pm

double post
Use your blades in the kitchen, it's great bonding time!

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Postby Nifty_Nives » Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:11 pm

Shike wrote:+1. An orange handled one ;)
Salt = Yellow, thank you very much ;)
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