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    Sal...Any news on the Memory


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    This is my top must have Spyderco for 2012...So Far

    Love all the Centofante/Spyderco knives, especially the originals, what this model is based on.

    I know the supposed release was mid to late January, any new info on this one?

    Sal??

    Thanks!!!
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    Can't wait to see more

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    You might like this thread on the Spyderco Site:

    http://www.spyderco.com/forums/showt...ghlight=memory

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    Oh wow. I had dismissed this knife as one I wouldn't even like until I just saw those photos. That thing is screaming for a Blue anodized low-rider STR Clip.

    Also, it would be awesome if it was a frame-lock, but I rather like it how it is.

    I've always wondered on models like this one - why the screws aren't backwards - with the screw-heads on the inside of the liners so you don't see the screw-holes in the prettier parts of the scales (or in this case, inlay).
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    Last we heard from Spyderco, the release date had been pushed back to March.
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    Spyderco definitely has their shit together when it comes to product releases and building anticipation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VidKnight View Post
    Last we heard from Spyderco, the release date had been pushed back to March.
    Thanks...hopefully thats the only push
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    Sal

    Any updates on this at all.With all these new knives sneaking out, The Dodo,LionSpy....I'm hoping this one is next!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EZ Bake View Post
    I've always wondered on models like this one - why the screws aren't backwards - with the screw-heads on the inside of the liners so you don't see the screw-holes in the prettier parts of the scales (or in this case, inlay).
    Just a guess, but I'd think if you did it that way you'd be depending on threads in the scale to keep in in place while threads in metal are much less likely to strip. Of course that still raises the question of why not use double stick tape and eliminate the screws altogether. That's how Chrs Reeve attaches the inlays on Sebenzas and Mnandis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
    Just a guess, but I'd think if you did it that way you'd be depending on threads in the scale to keep in in place while threads in metal are much less likely to strip. Of course that still raises the question of why not use double stick tape and eliminate the screws altogether. That's how Chrs Reeve attaches the inlays on Sebenzas and Mnandis.
    Say what!? CRK uses double sided tape? Amazing.




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    Quote Originally Posted by A.P.F. View Post
    Say what!? CRK uses double sided tape? Amazing.
    Yup, I was amazed too.Its apparently the same tape used on Aircrafts.It pressure sensitive tape, that bonds tighter and tighter with heat and use.Great stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VidKnight View Post
    Last we heard from Spyderco, the release date had been pushed back to March.
    Well...looks like its not gonna be March

    I'm REALLY excited for this one, can't wait!!!
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    They're in Golden, but have to go through QC.

    sal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Glesser View Post
    They're in Golden, but have to go through QC.

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    Thank you for taking the time to keep us updated on what's going on
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    Quote Originally Posted by neverdie36 View Post
    Spyderco definitely has their shit together when it comes to product releases and building anticipation.
    Agreed. Benchmade needs to show prototypes as well...would certainly create buzz and excitement. I think Benchmade plays it way too safe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seelow123 View Post
    Thank you for taking the time to keep us updated on what's going on
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    Anymore news on these badboys Sal?

    Thanks for your time.
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    Hi Thieves,

    Sorry to say we had some problems in QC that will have to be corrected. We met with the maker in Seki and we've figured out a solution. We're in the process of makng the corrections. The knives had to be sent back to Seki. I'll keep you posted.

    sal

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    Always striving for the best...thats Spyderco!

    Thanks for the update Sal.Absolutely can't wait for this one!!
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    I'd rather wait until the knife is right. Thanks Sal.
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