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    Username Post: spyderco manix 2 translucent blue        (Topic#922468)
    chrisfarms
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    05-04-12 11:54.17 - Post#2467723    



    i just ordered 1, does anyone know hor durable it is? seeing as tho its pinned construction is it gonna loosen up on me or anything?
     
    y2ksputnik
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    05-04-12 13:24.59 - Post#2467738    


        In response to chrisfarms

    You should be good...the manix 2 is a nice, tough lightweight folder and will serve you well...the cts-bd1 steel for that model is good stuff also..shouldn't loosen up at all in normal use...I've got a ball bearing lock spydie(phoenix)that I've carried on and off and used for over a year....it's tight as a drum...the M2 is a good design imho...
    ...is against animal testing, they get all nervous and give the wrong answers...




    Edited by y2ksputnik on 05-04-12 13:26.58. Reason for edit: No reason given.
     
    knifetinkerer
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    05-05-12 05:02.37 - Post#2467896    


        In response to chrisfarms

    • chrisfarms Said:
    i just ordered 1, does anyone know hor durable it is? seeing as tho its pinned construction is it gonna loosen up on me or anything?



    It's a Spyderco. It will be fine as long as you don't expend too much energy trying to wreck it.

    What are people doing with their folders these days that they are so worried about durability?
     
    chrisfarms
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    05-05-12 05:55.36 - Post#2467908    


        In response to knifetinkerer

    i just cut tape and plastic ties nothing hard i just always feel worried about pins, this is my first like over 40$ knife tho
     
    knifetinkerer
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    05-05-12 07:11.14 - Post#2467923    


        In response to chrisfarms

    The only way to get those pins out would be to drill them out.

    You'll love the knife. Hard to go wrong with a Spyderco.
     
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