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    Username Post: Spyderco Military C36GBK passaround        (Topic#934385)
    Big Mike
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    11-06-13 08:31.29 - Post#2573450    


        In response to jhillas





    I've been carrying the Spyderco Military for about a week now,

    ...and I must say I really like it.


    It's a fairly big knife, but it rides in the pocket very well.


    Unlike some Syderco models, I appreciate the balance of blade length to handle size.


    As blade steels go, CPM S30V is a great stainless steel,

    ...and Spyderco seems to have a great job on this blade.


    I would prefer an un-coated blade,

    ...that said, the guys on my construction crew all thought the black blade looked really good,

    ...different strokes for different folks.


    How about a few more photos?




    Click any photo for male enhancement








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    Big Mike


    “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War



    Semper Vigilis


     


    Big Mike
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    11-06-13 08:46.12 - Post#2573454    


        In response to Big Mike

    A few blade shots:





    As you can see, this knife has some wear from a previous passaround,

    ...but this baby still looks good to me.


    Now a few comparison photos with some of my favorite folders:


    Military with ZT0200


    Military with Kershaw Junk Yard Dog


    And with my Bonesidio (Presidio/Bone Collector Hybird)


    Now I'll have to keep my eyes open in the Trade Forums to find one.






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    Big Mike


    “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War



    Semper Vigilis


     
    jmh58
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    11-07-13 09:32.28 - Post#2573642    


        In response to Big Mike

    Nice pics there Big Mike!!! John
     
    jhillas
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    11-07-13 17:09.15 - Post#2573737    


        In response to jmh58

    Excellent photos, thanks Mike!!


     
    Big Mike
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    11-08-13 07:18.42 - Post#2573827    


        In response to jhillas

    Thanks guys.

    How about one more photo:


    Click-it!


    This knife was shipped to Jerry (JGKC9AYC) this morning.

    Have fun with it my friend.








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    Big Mike


    “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War



    Semper Vigilis


     
    haromj15
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    11-14-13 19:36.52 - Post#2575074    


        In response to jhillas

    Been along time since I've been apart of a passaround but always wanted to get my hands on a military to try. I'd like to be apart of it.
     
    jhillas
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    11-15-13 02:11.49 - Post#2575091    


        In response to haromj15

    Sounds good. I have updated the first post


     
    jmh58
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    11-17-13 06:26.22 - Post#2575459    


        In response to jhillas

    Got the call!! I am next!! YEAH!!!!! John
     
    JGKC9AYC
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    11-17-13 13:39.11 - Post#2575511    


        In response to jmh58

    Big Mike,
    How do you like the Spyderco compared to the ZT200 & the Kershaw?
     
    Big Mike
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    11-17-13 14:01.39 - Post#2575516    


        In response to JGKC9AYC

    I must say I like them all pretty well.

    The Spyderco's handle is as slim as the Kershaw, and, though it's a little longer, it rides well in my pocket.

    I like the Point on the Military, but I can't say I've have had any problems using the Points in the other folders.

    The ZT 0200 is a heavier knife with a thicker handle, and does not ride quite as easily in the pocket; but there are plenty of times when I do appreciate it's heavy duty construction.

    As stated, all three of these Black G10 handled liner locks float my boat.




    Big Mike


    “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War



    Semper Vigilis


     


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