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    Default My knife disassembled & a question

    I finally got another torx T9 bit, so I could disassemble my knife for the first time. I am amazed by the quality of this thing!!!

    Who knows what it is?




    On another note... can you guys recommend a knife similar to this, but smaller? I am looking for something less bulky, slightly smaller blade, not too extravagant... but still high quality.

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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    Looks like a Spyderco Mini Manix to me.

    Around how much smaller do you want your next knife to be?
    Finning does help dissipate heat. This is why the fins are removed before cooking fish. Otherwise it will throw off the heat and not reach the proper cooking temperature. --Duglite

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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    Quote Originally Posted by Th232 View Post
    Looks like a Spyderco Mini Manix to me.

    Around how much smaller do you want your next knife to be?
    Yep!

    I am thinking a closed length of around 3.5 inches would be ideal. I have been looking at the Spyderco Native, as well as the urban leaf. They both fit the bill more or less.

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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    caly3 zdp
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    Aeon- Smaller, Brighter, Better...

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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    not a caly! the caly uses rivets and the clip is heat treated wire.

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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    Quote Originally Posted by csshih View Post
    not a caly! the caly uses rivets and the clip is heat treated wire.
    oh i know exactly what knife that was its a mini manix, i was recommending a smaller knife, the caly3 adp carbon fiber is what i have and use everyday.
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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    For that size, I'd second mossy's suggestion of a Caly3 ZDP.
    Finning does help dissipate heat. This is why the fins are removed before cooking fish. Otherwise it will throw off the heat and not reach the proper cooking temperature. --Duglite

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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    Spyderco CPM s30v
    I can read it right there!

    edit:
    That's the steel name isnt' it? LOL..
    Last edited by carbine15; 01-21-2010 at 01:03 AM.


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    Default Re: My knife disassembled & a question

    Quote Originally Posted by carbine15 View Post
    Spyderco CPM s30v
    I can read it right there!

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    That's the steel name isnt' it? LOL..
    yup.
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