Hello, I'm new to the forum and to Spyderco in general. I just bought a Dragonfly 2 SE salt (off of Amazon, third party seller) and reading these posts is making me wonder if I got a real or fake one.
I don't really have any reason to think it's fake but like I said I'm new to Spyderco and inexperienced.
The knife itself is nice and solid, lockup is solid, spring is tight. The chisel-ground blade is razor sharp. Clip is tight. Everything seems very well made. The one thing is, while the blade has absolutely no side to side wiggle, it does wiggle just a tiny bit up and down in the locked position. Not enough to see, but enough to feel. I have an AG Russell K93 that has the same problem so maybe it's just how FRN is.
The screw heads are all on the side they're supposed to be on. Am I just being paranoid or is there a simple way to tell the fakes from the real ones?
Oh, and the little "Spyderco H-1" and "Seki-city Japan" wording on the blade appears to be etched.
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