But the guy said he was a doctor and gave me such a great deal...Blerv wrote:Where there's an evil will there's an evil way.
People just need to shop from dealers they trust. Same reason you go to the hospital for organ transplants rather than minivans in dark alleys.
It may not be FRN, it may be something more suited to milling, or they may omit the liners and cast the the scales in something more suited to open molds or stamping. The picture may also be a deception on their part, the knife may not really look quite that good. It wouldn't be the first time Ali has used a real Spyderco knife and its packaging to illustrate an ad for one of their fakes.SpyderEdgeForever wrote:You mean now people with the dies and tools can form FRN handle scales ?
Very interesting, thank you for sharing. The major differences I see that could be used to identify would be the logo etching vs stamping and the "FRN" crispness. This surely is ominous though.Dabblerinred wrote:I just stumbled upon a review:
Like Deacon said, it may not be FRN... But it sure looks like it from the pics...and now a video.
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
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