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    What's that guy in the middle there? Salt fixe blade?

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  2. #702
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    What's that guy in the middle there? Salt fixe blade?
    Yes. Aqua Salt.

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    @momano that's a useful pic for me to examine the grip on the Subway. I've carried an Izula on and off for years, and for me it's a 3.5 finger grip. I'm guessing the Subway Bowie is a 2 finger grip?
    for me it's a 2.5 finger grip and the lanyard is necessary.

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    PM2 dealer exclusive S90V

    DLT Trading is offering another run of their exclusive PM2 with OD Green scales and DLC coated S90V blade: https://www.dlttrading.com/spyderco-...cpm-s90v-blade

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    One of these is a Spyderco

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    A few more

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    Smoothest opening & closing. I actually think the Taichung plant puts out better products than Golden or Seki City at least in terms of fit & finish.

  9. #709
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    Just Arrived~ with Izula for size comparison

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    Thanks for the pic, this one interested me quite alot... enough to recommend it to my ex... who needs something under 3" for carry in Michigan.

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    I just bought a pair of Matriarchs, after my wife showed interest in a James Keating video, in which he demoíed the Civilian. I have been a fan of the Civilian, since forever, but, it is a bit large for some female hands, and is larger than some men want to carry concealed. (I do tend to buy Spyderco knives, in twos and threes.)

    Edited to add: With the decline of my right wrist/arm/shoulder, due to age, wear, and tear, I am reverting to carrying the Civilian, to use as a serious defensive option. In the Nineties, and into this century, I tended to carry one Civilian, during personal time, and two of them while in police uniform, with one Civilian clipped, high center-line, to the front of my concealed body armor. I trended toward other blades, as I learned more about knife defense, but as the forward-thrusting capability of my right arm has all but disappeared, a reach-out-and-rip blade makes plenty of sense, again. (Yes, Iíll need to work more, on the forward thrust, with the left hand.)
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    Retaríd LE. Kinesthetic dufus.

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