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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by lobodelanoche, Aug 5, 2012.
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Chinese flipper and Japanese friction folder
Spyderco Native with Case Barlow
Fascinating pairing. That Spyderco is something else, eh? I'd never seen a swedge/cut quite like it. Spyderco's FRN is one of my favorite materials in a modern handle, with its combination of comfort and grip-- yet one more knife/material I didn't fully understand until I had it in hand.
Spiffy TC you've got there, Al.
I like the Spyderco Native very much and have a couple three of them. One of the things I like the most is that it is "Pin Construction" NOT "Screw and Post". Further, it doesn't have the Spyderco "Hump" but that's only a minor consideration.
Thanks Phil, it was an special SFO... 1 of 0
940 and 92
it's been these two for the last few week...
Northfork and 57 today
I like the wood scales on that one.
Here's mine today; Jerry Halfrich "Jack Russell" fixed blade, with a Paul Long pocket sheath and a Bailey Bradshaw "Folding Bowie" with the Sawby self-lock.
Nice Bradshaw Gary, it's a shame he's no longer making knives. His double rifles are the heat though
Thanks, Jerry. Bailey made some great knives. If I remember correctly he was one of few makers that Scott Sawby licensed to use his "self lock" design. I'm real happy to own this one. I know he's out of the cutlery business, has been for years. What we custom knife lovers lost the custom gun lovers gained.
Here's another pair I like to carry. Jerry Halfrich Small Rounder in CPM-154 and a William Henry/Tom Brown Quest, button lock in ZDP-189.
Very nice. Where did you get your pocket sheath with the clip?