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    Any way you slice it, it's still a group that won't fold under pressure.
    I'd like to think this is all just a bad dream the nation will wake up from. But I don't think we're ever going to be that lucky.

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    Any way you slice it, it's still a group that won't fold under pressure.
    Probably not, but nearly everyone in this thread does have the bug.

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    I've got a Salt as well and an older one (Dyad?) that has two blades, one FFG and one serrated.

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    PíKal and new beater PíKal thanks to @NoTacTravis (PF Karma) with replacement stud from Spyderco CS.

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    I visited Spyderco HQ in Golden, CO last week. If you're ever in the area, it's worth the stop. I'd never held a Delica before, but thus far I really like it. It's actually a little more comfortable to me than my Para 3. I don't expect to quit carrying the Para 3, but it's nice to have this new option.

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    I finally managed to nab a Delica in K390! Haven't used it much yet but I look forward to putting it through its' paces.
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    Spyderco just released pics of their upcoming Fred Perrin 'Subway Bowie' from BladeShow 2021.

    It's a scaled down version of the existing Spyderco Street Beat.

    Looks to be Clinch Pick sized, but for a conventional edge out (as opposed to edge in / reverse.) So useful for both stabbing muggers and more benign box opening / sandwich slicing.

    Blade steel is the awesome, rust proof LC200N, so it can also be taken swimming / in the shower if you're about that shower shank lifestyle.


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    Back in December, right before we went to visit Thing 2 for Christmas, I put my favorite Spyderco, the Sage 2, someplace clever I was sure not to forget so I wouldnít lose it while on the road trip.

    Havenít seen it since.

    Gave myself a new Sage for the birthday this week.

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    I'd never held a Delica before, but thus far I really like it.
    They are a great combination of size, performance and price. I initially thought they were "meh," but over time, they displaced all my other folders for everyday tasks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyderco monkey View Post
    Spyderco just released pics of their upcoming Fred Perrin 'Subway Bowie' from BladeShow 2021.

    It's a scaled down version of the existing Spyderco Street Beat.

    Looks to be Clinch Pick sized, but for a conventional edge out (as opposed to edge in / reverse.) So useful for both stabbing muggers and more benign box opening / sandwich slicing.

    Blade steel is the awesome, rust proof LC200N, so it can also be taken swimming / in the shower if you're about that shower shank lifestyle.

    The original Fred Perrin "Subway Bowie"...made for me during a trip to Paris in 1999, visiting with Fred. (It was a nice surprise, to say the least.)

    I'd like to think this is all just a bad dream the nation will wake up from. But I don't think we're ever going to be that lucky.

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