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Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by Cisco Kid, May 2, 2013.
Put away my Native Chief and decided to substantially downsize by pocketing my Ikuchi.
I lean towards larger knives but despite its small size, the Ikuchi can inflict significant damage w/it's wickedly sharp and pointy blade that will penetrate just about anything you care to poke it into, which makes it more akin to a tactical knife disguised as a gentleman's folder.
It is easy to flick it open using the compression lock release technique or w/your fingernail to rotate the pivot wheel (instead of using the pad of your index finger which can become uncomfortable if done too often). The deep pocket wire clip is also a bonus.
Finished putting a new radiator in my '65 289 this morning. Love using this one in the garage:
I am guessing it is a Mustang but could be many others. I have never seen that knife before, is it an old Mannix? Still learning Spyderco's.
Beautiful picture, funny to see snow, it is still in the 80's here.
It is (a Mustang). This is a Manix XL / S30V with Titanium scales.
You lucky dog.
We have some more snow coming over the next couple of days.
80 degrees is a distant memory.
Haven't been around much past couple of weeks, due to moving house.
As most of my knives were packed away.
This is the only folder I had, perfect choice for tape And boxes and didn't have to worry about damaging it.
That's an amazing looking handle