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Old 12-28-2014, 10:37 PM
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I just picked up a Spyderco Paramilitary II in Digi camo.


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Got this Buck for me and the daughter. She acted disinterested when I was showing her to flip it open, then today ran out of her room and was like "LOOK, I can do it!", now I hear the blade clicking open like 50 times.

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Smooth, lightweight and one-hand opening. This series of knives offer an ultra smooth, one-hand opening and lock open using a stainless steel liner lock. These knives are built with two stainless steel liners for extra durability and safety. Each knife has an ergonomic grip and the drop point blade offers remarkable cutting ability. With multiple blade steel options and handle materials, the Vantage™ is ideal for an everyday carrying knife. Made in the USA
BLADE SHAPE: Drop Point
BLADE LENGTH: 3 1/4" (8.3 cm)
WEIGHT: 3.7 oz. (105.3 g)
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Just ordered a RAT II folder with OD handles. I think my next knife is going to be a Tops Knives Mountain Lion.
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I just picked up a Spyderco Paramilitary II in Digi camo.


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I just picked up a camo Military!
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I just picked up a camo Military!
Nice! I like the size of the Military, but it does not offer tip up carry so I will not carry one. I heard they should be making a change to that when the Military II comes out later this year!
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GEC Northfield Barlow with antique saw cut bone handles. The one on the bottom.

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Nice! I like the size of the Military, but it does not offer tip up carry so I will not carry one. I heard they should be making a change to that when the Military II comes out later this year!
Can't you just reverse the position of the pocket clip for tip up carry? I see the holes there.
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Looking for a Colt Steel Rajha I. I know they are hard to find and I don't know why I want one
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For the holidays I bought a 50tg Annaversary Buck 110 that I'll keep unopened. And a Buck 119 with rosewood handle, I've always wanted one. Next will be a Buck Folding Alpha Hunter.
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Can't you just reverse the position of the pocket clip for tip up carry? I see the holes there.
What you are looking at is the Paramilitary II. I do switch the pocket clip for tip up carry. The Military only offers tip down carry.
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All purchased this month. Rat 1, BK2, Gerber LMF, and Ontario air force survival
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Just received a 70's Buck 110 and a early 80's Buck 112. I am going to send them into Buck for a "spa treatment" so I ordered a new 112 to play with in the mean time.
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I recently got a Kershaw Leek for my EDC and a Gerber Ghost Strike for my Tac Gear as well as a Mora Light My Fire for my son for Christmas.
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Spyderco Manix 2 XL. I'd say one of the top 5 best designs they ever put into production. Blade shape and length, handle design/ergos– jimping all exactly where it needs to be. It's my favorite Spyderco.

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Nice Manix.
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Got my RAT-2 Folder OD today. I love it so much I bought a RAT1 on sale for 25.00 from Amazon.
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Got my RAT-2 Folder OD today. I love it so much I bought a RAT1 on sale for 25.00 from Amazon.
The Rat I and II are pretty good performers for the price.
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Not a purchase, but wifey (or should I say Santa) gave me a Benchmade 300 Axis flipper for Christmas.
Most recent purchase by me was another Kershaw Ken Onion Blur.
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My two newest knife purchases where a Reate District 9 tanto, and a Medford Praetorian. They are both on the larger side and on different sides of the price spectrum.
I have been carrying the Reate for the last few weeks, it is a very solid and well made knife. It is made in China, but the quality is as good or better than many more well known brands.
I just got the Medford and have not really had a chance to get to know it yet. It is a big solid chunk of American made steel & titanium, that looks amazing.
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Got a couple of Leatherman Sidekicks, and a Old Timer three knife set that Cabelas has on sale for $20.00
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Got a couple of Leatherman Sidekicks, and a Old Timer three knife set that Cabelas has on sale for $20.00
Its funny with the Leaherman Sidekick/Wingman line. Either you love them or hate them.

At $20.00 they are great. Any more than that and I will pass. Lucky they can be found for that price every so often.
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A Schrade Schbolo complete with a Fire-Steel.
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Its funny with the Leaherman Sidekick/Wingman line. Either you love them or hate them.

At $20.00 they are great. Any more than that and I will pass. Lucky they can be found for that price every so often.
Leatherman's I bought two were $18 at Home Depot, have to agree with you on that.
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Infinite Edge Bow Package is the best compound bow brand known to me so far.. This bow is a great beginner bow indeed.. This bow is extremely easy to use and love all the adjustability with the bow. It is very adaptable to each shooters strength and ability, smooth draw back and quiet release, good value. I suggest all to use this
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GEC #54 Bighorn Moose with smooth Apaloosa bone handles
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All purchased this month. Rat 1, BK2, Gerber LMF, and Ontario air force survival
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Spyderco Manix 2 XL. I'd say one of the top 5 best designs they ever put into production. Blade shape and length, handle design/ergos– jimping all exactly where it needs to be. It's my favorite Spyderco.


After some research I ordered one of these last night. Hopeing it lives up to most of the good reviews I've seen/read.
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Got my RAT1 and Ontario RAK knife today. The RAK sheath is the worst ive ever seen. I need to have a kydex sheath made.
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I am retireing my old Spyderco Matriarch for the new model with the Emerson Wave.
The old one was my weapon retition knife that I carried in my left front pocker. All the years I carried it,it NEVER cut a single thing. Thanklfully I never had to use it for its intended purpose.
It can cut to the bone with ease. But the clip, over time just can't hold its tention on the frame. It needs to be retightened often.
Hope the new one,with its new style pocket serves me as well as the old one. Time will tell.
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The wife got me a Spyderco paramilitary 2.
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The wife got me a Spyderco paramilitary 2.
I do not want to freak you out, but where did she buy it from? It is probably the most faked Spyderco at the moment.
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I do not want to freak you out, but where did she buy it from? It is probably the most faked Spyderco at the moment.
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I do not want to freak you out, but where did she buy it from? It is probably the most faked Spyderco at the moment.
cutleryshoppe.com
I already checked both the knife, and the box for signs of being fake, im 100% positive its real. Plus, cutleryshoppe has one of the best records as far as online retailers go for customer service and product authenticity. Plus I hear that nuntnfancy guy on youtube constantly promoting them.
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I already checked both the knife, and the box for signs of being fake, im 100% positive its real. Plus, cutleryshoppe has one of the best records as far as online retailers go for customer service and product authenticity. Plus I hear that nuntnfancy guy on youtube constantly promoting them.
Good to hear. I have actually spoken with Jeff at Cutleryshoppe about their Spydercos and had the Spyderco rep contact me to confirm they get their knives directly from them. Enjoy the PM2.
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I just received a Sebenza 21 today!
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