I just got a teal dragonfly from REC today, and they had an anti-bot challenge at checkout. Super happy to see these in use at more dealers before the reveal 4 models hit.
St Nick's has been hinting at a PM2 being next for a while now, haven't seen any 100% confirms or any ETA's though.JMM wrote: ↑Tue Feb 11, 2020 12:58 pmIt's still available just shy of two hours... the email I got from BHQ last week said they ordered allot more this time than their first Shaman Exclusive run, so I'd wager that has allot to do with it lingering much longer than last round. I like M4, I don't love it, but it is good steel in my experience, not super difficult to get reasonably sharp, I have the DLC M4 Manix2 and it's been a solid performer for me... Has anyone heard anything about St. Nick's (or anyone else) doing more 4V?
The KC rexwood was on pre-order for hours, and then on sale for hours when they actually launched. My sense is they were both just big runs, which is awesome. We're just not used to them sticking around for more than 5 minutes!DTPrime wrote: ↑Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:19 pmCan't confirm via purchase but they appear to have even raised the minimum from 2 to 3 in the last hour or so, at least it now shows that as the max available in cart for me when it previously capped at 2. Did anyone see a total on this run yet? Curious how much of it lasting this long is the quantity they ordered vs shaman fatigue/price point + tax/dlc version of existing satin sprint/etc.
The RexWood Shaman offered to rescind pre-orders based on an initial misprint/confusion and "wood" handled Spydies seem to be generally less in demand, the KC pakkawood exclusives are also consistently available. There's always variance given the materials and models, the SS stretch is easily found and one of my personal favorite sprints in the last year, the KW s90v delica exclusive also didn't seem to hit for many. The CF/S90v shaman was either the first or second non-base version of the model available I believe and lasted days at many places when it came out, that was a regular production-level sprint.