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Spyderco Seconds

Spyderco Seconds


New to the forum. Bought my first Spyderco from a well rated Prime seller on Amazon. It was the blue version of the Persistence. I ve done research about it and sounds like there were only 2 of these made sometime around 2012. So when I received mine with the letter code on the barcode sticker on the box of FO (June 2015) it made me nervous I got a fake. I emailed the seller…


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Spyderco Outlet Store

Spyderco Outlet Store


Domestic Orders (Shipping within the Continental United States): Total Order $ Amount of $150.00 or higher – Free Freight UPS Ground Total Order $ Amount of less than$150.00 Standard shipping via UPS Ground – $13.00 UPS 2nd Day Air – $35.00 UPS Overnight – $70.00 U.S. Priority Mail to P.O. Boxes ONLY – $9.00 Orders Shipping to APO/FPO/DPO Addresses: Total Order $ Amount of…


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Most Popular Spyderco Knife

Most Popular Spyderco Knife


A trusty, dependable knife can come in handy in any situation, whether it’s opening packages or an emergency. Of course, you have tons of options. Last week we asked you for your favorites, then pulled the top five everyday carry knives and put them to a vote. Now we’re back to highlight your favorite. At the end of the day, the Kershaw Leek took the top spot with over 30%…


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Spyderco Tenacious blade length

Spyderco Tenacious blade length


Spyderco makes some really cool knives, but some of their models get a little pricey. That’s not the case with the Spyderco Tenacious. The Tenacious is a “value model” for Spyderco, and is an excellent value indeed. Specifications Steel 8Cr13MoV Handle Textured black G-10 Blade Length 3.39″ Closed Length 4.45″ Overall Length 7.76″ Weight 4.1 oz. Features The Spyderco Tenacious…


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Best Spyderco Knives

Best Spyderco Knives


A pocket knife is something that can fit into your pocket without taking too much space or weighing too much. It can come in handy anytime, especially if you are outdoors – like hunting, camping or even your regular trips. It can have a single blade or multiple blades and they can all be folded into the handle and locked up securely, so that they don’t open up accidentally…


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Best Spyderco steel

Best Spyderco steel


The world of steel is as fluid as molten metal. It is ever-evolving. Steel as a matter of opinion is very subjective as it relates to knives and knife knuts. There is no clear-cut answer as to which is the best steel. We have different requirements and preferences. Our hope is this guide will help you understand the world of steel a bit better and perhaps assist you in better…


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Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Knife

Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Knife


When choosing the best pocket knife for your everyday carry, one of the decisions you ll need to make is what type of blade edge you should choose. The common recommendation is to go with a plain edge (for reasons we ll get into later), but you might notice two other types of edges: serrated and combo edges. Instead of an unbroken edge on the blade, these two alternatives add…


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Chinese Spyderco

Chinese Spyderco


The Spyderco C65 Bob Lum Chinese Folder has a blade is tapered like a leaf, broad, flat and razor thin along the edge. This venerable leaf-shape has been around for centuries found on serviceable everyday cutting instruments in China It s a definite winner for general utility, hunting and tactical applications. The C65 has a 3 5/32 inch 80mm) flat-ground (blade made of ZDP-189…


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Spyderco H1 Knives

Spyderco H1 Knives


A big myth in the knife world is that out there somewhere is a knife that seriously cuts but cannot rust. Knives claiming these super powers are usually made with steels that are unable to hold a cutting edge for any measurable amount of time. Finally a steel foundry in Japan called Myodo Foundry makes this myth a reality with the introduction of a new steel called H1. H1 steel…


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Discontinued Spyderco Knives

Discontinued Spyderco Knives


When the discontinued list from Spyderco gets released each year it causes something of a stir among knife knuts. It is like a starter s pistol going on in terms of collector and speculator interest. Which of these knives, which of the two dozen or so blades, is going to vault into that rarified air occupied by things like the Caly Jr. in ZDP-189 or the Jess Horn ZDP-189 where…


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Spyderco USA

Spyderco USA


A bit of history is in order. Spyderco initially manufactured the SpyderWrench in the US, but due to the complex design and the cost of manufacturing, it was difficult to meet proper production numbers, prices soared and eventually, the SpyderWrench was dropped. Unfortunately, interest in the SpyderWrench didn’t wane quite as easily, and Spyderco eventually decided to bring…


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Spyderco belt clip

Spyderco belt clip


Simple, versatile sheath mount Fits belts up to 1-1/2 wide Multiple mounting options The Spyderco G-Clip is a versatile sheath mount clip that provides a wide variety of carry options. A standard feature of Spyderco s fixed-blade knife sheaths, it is also popular aftermarket accessory for other sheaths and is the mounting hardware of choice for many custom makers. The G-Clip…


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Spyderco pocket Knives

Spyderco pocket Knives


1. Sharpen your knife before you think you need to. Check the tightness of pocket clip screws when you do. 2. Clean your knife when you finish your day- pocket lint and other crud can disable locks. Coins can end up wedging blades shut. Mank on the blade can give you food poisoning. 3. Carry the knife that makes the most sense for environment you are going to be in- and the…


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Spyderco spring assisted

Spyderco spring assisted


I have carried a knife with me regularly for quite some time and have gone through a few upgrades and lost folders along the way. My knife is probably the most used portion of my gear since it gets to come out for everything from cutting packages to cleaning small game. It has become an invaluable piece of equipment and, on the rare occasion that I don’t have it with me, I…


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Spyderco Wiki

Spyderco Wiki


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