Mick...

Discussion in 'Strider Knives Forum' started by tatsu, Feb 18, 2003.

  1. tatsu

    tatsu

    Oct 2, 1999
    What is your EDC? What's in your pocket or waistband? Just curious. Thanks for sharing.;)
     
  2. Pigsticker

    Pigsticker

    163
    Mar 19, 1999
    SnG tanto #29. Great little knife.
    PS: I guess I should read before I post. Obviously, I'm not Mick. Duh!!!
     
  3. Turbo man

    Turbo man

    317
    Apr 11, 2002
    No number SNG with tiger stripes.

    Oh.... Right.... Not me.......;)
     
  4. Mick Strider

    Mick Strider

    Feb 16, 2000
    R front SnG.
    R belt Strider Military Folder
    IWB SLCC (if not one of the others)

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  5. HAMMERHEAD2

    HAMMERHEAD2

    326
    Jan 7, 2002
    Strider Military Folder??? Details? Pic?
     
  6. tatsu

    tatsu

    Oct 2, 1999
    Mick,

    I too would like to hear about the Military Folder. What model and blade style SnG do you carry? What type of blade finish do you prefer? Thanks again.
     
  7. L.O. Little

    L.O. Little

    760
    Dec 28, 2000
    "R front SnG."

    I'll bet it's a (spearpoint) Model 1.

    "R belt Strider Military Folder"

    I'll bet it's a variation on the AR.

    "What type of blade finish do you prefer?"

    Let's see, Tiger stripe?
     
  8. L.O. Little

    L.O. Little

    760
    Dec 28, 2000
    BTW, tatsu, thanks for a welcome change of subject. As usual, absolutely NO sarcasm intended!
     
  9. tatsu

    tatsu

    Oct 2, 1999
    Lynn,

    Just trying to get back to what we are all here to do, Talk Striders. BTW, how is your Model 2 Spearpoint serving you?
     
  10. L.O. Little

    L.O. Little

    760
    Dec 28, 2000
    My (spearpoint) Model 2 SnG is serving me VERY well. As an ex-Sebenza owner, I think I appreciate it even more than most. So far, I've followed all of my personal "3 Essential Steps to Getting Familiar With A New Folding Knife".

    1. I sharpened it
    2. I cut myself with it
    3. I field stripped it, cleaned and lubed it

    I sharpened it on both my Edge Pro and my Sharpmaker. Both worked well on it.

    I cut myself BAD while inserting it too quickly into its Kydex sheath.

    Field stripping and maintaining the SnG is a breeze, even easier than a Sebenza. That's saying something!
     
  11. tatsu

    tatsu

    Oct 2, 1999
    Lynn,

    What exactly happened when you were sheathing your SnG? I hope that there wasn't any major damage done and also that you have a speedy recovery.
     
  12. L.O. Little

    L.O. Little

    760
    Dec 28, 2000
    I just got in a hurry, missed the sheath a bit and cut a little chunk out of my index finger. I stuck it back down after it bled clean, all's OK.
     

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