How are you liking your Byrd hawkbill? Isn't it easy to sharpen? Do you love the shallow serrations? For me it's the perfect size. I would love to see a golden version of this.steelcity16 wrote: ↑Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:06 amGot my first ever Byrd in the mail today. The Hawkbill. Great value for a Spyderedge Hawk. Can't wait to put it to use!
How about a Spyderhawk sized Byrd???????? THAT would be amazing! My Spyderhawk is the only knife I have a backup of. I would love to see the H1 SE Spyderhawk as a production knife, but a budget friendly Byrd version would be nice as well for a great beater yard knife.
WOW! I didn't realize the price difference. I wouldn't even have mentioned it had I known. My bad everyone.
TkoK83Spy wrote: ↑Thu Dec 26, 2019 6:52 pmWOW! I didn't realize the price difference. I wouldn't even have mentioned it had I known. My bad everyone.
PeaceInOurTime wrote: ↑Fri Dec 27, 2019 9:27 pm
Honestly, I don't quite understand why the Byrds haven't been absorbed into the Spyderco value line. I've owned several Byrds and can't complain comparing them to the Chinese Spydies.
I've been enjoying my Hawkbill since getting it a few days ago. Let us know how you like it!
The Meat man wrote:
I most certainly will. I'm thinking of doing a hawkbill-only carry challenge for awhile, when I get it. I've found that nothing quite acquaintances you with a knife's design or steel like forcing yourself to carry it exclusively for a month. That's what made me really appreciate SE in the form of my Pacific Salt last year.
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