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Discussion in 'Knives' started by znapschatz, Jan 22, 2014.
VG10. My favorite steel.
Sorry, love Spy, but Delica is not my cup of tea.
Never liked much his shape and handle.
I'm most on the big ones, PM and Resilience first.
You guys have inspired me! This was my morning coffees project instead of reading the news.
^ Dude, how'd you get brown scales and a combo blade?
they are from my brown ffg delica
Ya, no kidding. Did you read this thread from the beginning?
Yup, just can't keep track of everyones user names.
Even mine? But I'm (in)famous.
lol thats right, aren't you the guy that only carries Paramilitary 2's??
No love from me. I want to love Syderco, I really do. They can be found everywhere, they use some good steel and craftsmanship. In the end, I just can't stand the way they look and feel.
They are few and far between here in the north. I have to drive an hour to the only store that carries them or anything other than canadian tire garbage for that matter.
I am trying hard to love benchmade, I want a mini grip so bad, but I just can't connect with it.
Depends on what you are accustomed to. I think Spydercos are visually very attractive. When I first got interested in knives it was with a whole lot of ignorance, but also without too many preconceptions. The logic of how Spyderco knives worked made it easy for me to pick up on their beauty: form follows function. After some years (decades?) later, with experience handling other makes as well, I am still a huge Spyderco fan. They feel good and they look good (to me.)
Horses for courses... I have a Delica 4 sg for edc, as I need a robust blade for work.
I also have a ffg PM2 for times when I need a better slicer.
The ffg is a much better, much safer slicer. Fact. My perception of the sabre grind is that it's tougher. I have broken several blade tips over time, and take more care now!