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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by dlew919, Aug 3, 2016.
Are there any other markings on the tang, blade, or scales?
What model is that?
I don't have it in my possesion yet
Not to speak for 017_017, but that looks an awful lot like my Tenacious.
It says 51604. Which I believe is a carbon stainless steel?
Spyderco Paramilitary 2 S110V.
Just seeing this thread. I’ve carried a knife most of my life, I grew up with knives and guns. Back in the early ‘80s, I got a Case XX-Changer Knife with four interchangeable blades: clip point, drop point, filet and saw blades. It had a rosewood & brass handle, and came with a leather sheath that I wore on my belt everywhere, for a couple of decades at least.
The rosewood grip broke, and so I haven’t worn it in a while. Before I had that, I kept a folding pocket knife, so I’ve gone back to that. My current one is a Jaguar, a Chinese cheapie with a nice blade, it’s a folding locking pocket knife with a clip.
Here's my 4 Moore Makers, made by Camillus before they went under in 2007. These were made in their custom shop. Fit & finish are superb. Two Stockmans and two trappers. Three of them in Buffalo Horn and then the one in yellow Delrin.
Those stockmans are gorgeous. I need to get some Buffalo Horn into my collection.
Thanks! They are VERY nicely made. If you look for Moore Maker Buffalo Horn Stockman's, be sure they are pre-2007 to insure they are Camillus made. Otherwise, they may be Queen's or Utica's.
Here's another view of the same four knives...
My latest winter EDC. From the home of stainless steel- Taylor's Eye Witness lambfoot, with torx bolted construction, for complete disassembly and maintenance.
I got a used Emerson CQC-7AW round my birthday and have replaced the US Spyderco I'd carried for the past couple of years.
Always a struggle to find a knife I really like and get full use out of, but wouldn't regret losing too much. Needs to be legal too: not too big and not assisted.
This one has a "wave" feature that catches on your pocket as you withdraw it, opening the blade. I don't really like the feature as I am not used to having an open knife in my hand when I haven't opened it yet. But it was round my birthday when I saw it in the used case at the local trading post, and my wife handed me a hundred dollar bill.
What could I do?
Getting used to it...