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Attack of The Byrds – High Value Knives by Spyderco

Attack of The Byrds – High Value Knives by Spyderco

Spyderco’s Chinese-made Byrd line of economy knives deliver high-end features and tremendous value, as I found out when I purchased a few to review. The three Byrds I purchased are the Cara Cara 2, Meadowlark 2, and Robin 2, all with plain edges and G10 handle scales. The 2 in the model name designates that these are the second version of these knives. Improvements include full flat grind blades vs. the conventional Spyderco hollow grind, a … Read entire article »

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Small Serious Knives – Part I – The Folders

Small Serious Knives – Part I – The Folders

Serious Small Knives: I tested five knives with blades of two inches or less, all of which offer fuller grips and far greater utility than the traditional pen knife or mini locking folder. The blade length was chosen to comply with the law (OCGA 16-11-127.1) that specifies two inches maximum blade length for legal carry on any school campus in Georgia, including colleges and universities. I think this review is also useful for anyone who lives or … Read entire article »

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Spyderco- Enuff

Spyderco- Enuff

Spyderco has a very wide line of folders.  This year, they have introduced three small, reasonably priced fixed blade knives.  The series is called the “Enuff”, and comes in a drop point, sheepsfoot, and leaf (spear point) blades.  They have 2 3/4″ VG-10 blades. There has been a great deal of interest in small fixed blades for daily carry, in the last few years.  The Enuff series is large enough for a comfortable handle, lightweight enough … Read entire article »

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Spyderco’s South Fork

Spyderco’s South Fork

The South Fork is an attractive fixed-blade knife with a green-black G10 handle and S90V blade a little less than 5″ long.  It’s one of Spyderco’s most expensive knives, with a street price of around $260.  For that, the buyer gets an extremely ergonomic knife with a secure sheath that can be worn several  different ways.  I was excited to finally get a chance to handle the South Fork, and designer Phil Wilson was kind … Read entire article »

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