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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by lobodelanoche, Aug 5, 2012.
I had not heard, I'm not in the modern loops.
But thanks for the tip though, I may go looking.
Thanks John. Yes, those two when paired together could be the best of both worlds. The Delica is a throw back to my bird huntin' days... With a dog on one hand and a shotgun in the other, it was occasionally awkward to fish out a pocket knife. The clip (heaven forbid and not shown) kept it in a handy position while that "big ol hole" did it's thing. My sincere apologies to any I may have offended.
Native 5 and a F&F 99.
Just chillin like a villain
I carried these as a joke too, but I do like having a mix of large and small knives, especially in different blade shapes.
A Blue Monday
Tiny twinsies Mammoth Monday on my Friday
Nice! The Pinched Peanut is such a great little knife and that Mnandi is awesome!
The original Native was my first real Spyderco. The first time I picked one up and felt how well it fit my hand, I said, "What a friendly knife." (my buddies looked at me weird, but you guys understand)
#06 S&M teardrop in 420hc with buffalo horn and MOP. Also a Native 5 in S110V.
I know the feeling Rachel. I bought two of them a couple years back because they were still pin construction - no screws. They are solid knives.
Ha, yes! That first one I bought was used, and after some time I bought a new one for a backup.
Some long time friends, a 960 I've carried for at least 12 years...maybe more and a GEC 33 I bought in 2012 I think.
Wenger & Kizer