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    BEST Spyderco UNDER $50?


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    I'm looking to get a new Spyderco...
    But I have a small spending limit...$50
    I would really appreciate it if you guys could give me a few suggestions
    Thanks.

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    I've never owned one but I always hear good things about the Tenacious. You could probably pick one up around $35.

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    delica or tenacious.

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    Tenacious

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    Delica

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    Tenacious, Ambitious, ladybug, and Manbug in ZDP 189. ......(clears throat).....

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    Spyderco Persistence, or Delica 4 great knives. Good luck. Then next pay packet, Parimilitary 2 , only kidding ,Have fun.

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    Ladybug/manbug in zdp-189

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    tenacious line just about all are in the 50 dollae range!

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    Get a slightly used Endura for around $40.

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    Agree I luv my ffg endura 4

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    The persistence or Tenacious are incredible quality for the dollar. Very nice knives and would be worth twice what you pay for an identical knife manufactured in another country.

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    Honestly, just save up some more and get a para2 or gayle bradley. If you HAVE to get a knife now and you really have to stay under $50, the tenacious line is going to be your best bet. The blue and green sprint runs are pretty cool.

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    Check the Byrd line, similar to the endura and delica

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    The Dragonfly is pretty good too! I love both of mines!

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    You need to get you a Tenacious. Start with that, you can also get the sprint run green or blue versions under $50. If your budget remains tight, when you have $20 bucks layin around, look into the Byrd CaraCara/Meadowlarks. You will not be disappointed.

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    Wait for next payday

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    The Delica is a classic. Probably the most versatile and useful knife you'll ever own.

    TedP
    My trusted companion - a Spyderco Solo, black micarta, diamond knot lanyard and Atwood Lanslide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkjellgren View Post
    Honestly, just save up some more and get a para2.
    this is not a bad advice.
    Still, FFG Delica or Cento3 at great knives in this range. I have a friend, who used to have over 100 Spydercos and he used only his Cento3. He even renovated entire floor in his house and used only Cento3. Broke the tip, fixed it. This Cento3 still goes strong after 7 years.
    "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf"
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    My top EDC choices 2013 Spyderco Forum Native5, Ti Fluted N5, DIW N5, my Calys and C83 Persian

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    Tenacious or Delica. Both are excellent but the delica is less scary

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