Yeah it has the spyder logo in the blade. The pocket clip is four position, the locking mechanism is unique. From what I've been able to glean it seems to be a first generation. It's in rather good shape, almost no blade play at all and solid lock. No rust at all and still pretty sharp too. I'm debating if I should try to sell it but with its significance in the history of spyderco and my love for all things sharp and great respect for spyderco as a company I think it might need to be in my display case. Pretty good find, considering it was given to me free by someone who clearly didn't have a clue what he had.
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