Twenty years ago they were no digital caméra and I used my video caméra and extract one frame. Hey, this is Fred, in 1998 and this is a review kept in JD archives when it was first displayed on Geocities, a true blast of the past ! More to come soon… 😉 The other pictures … Continue reading Schrade 152 Serie Sharpfinger — Fred Perrin & Nemo’s old review.
My Spyderco PITS is like a folding Schrade Sharpfinger to me. I always loved the Sharpfinger. I got the hint of it thanks to Marc McYoung. Marc got a very nice writing style and I always enjoyed his Paladin Press (RIP) books. There instead of trusting a folder, he was using a Sharpfinger with a … Continue reading Folding Sharpfinger’s Bite.
My first impression is that this little folder is designed as a very strong little workhorse. Nested liners, carbon fiber, compression lock, integral guard (short choil), full flat ground blade, belly on the edge ? What no to like ? The hour glass clip !! Because it’s not deep carry friendly ! At least it … Continue reading Spyderco C210CFP Reinhold Rhino: The Mini Chinook ?
The first PPT was release eight years ago. It was the mind child of Sacha Thiel, Philippe Perotti and of course Fred Perrin which it got all the power. For the record Philippe Perotti aka “PP” was Fred’s student in knife making (and Fred was PP student in handguns). I still own one of PP’s … Continue reading Spyderco C135CFP Perrin PPT — Portable Praetorian Tool.
This review will be update on regular basis as we are also dependent from Spydercollector pictures. Nemo: Again we have been 80 lucky people to attend the 10th Anniversary Spyderco Meet in Amsterdam. Some were there since the beginning like my friend JD and this post will be both impressions. Here the list of knives … Continue reading Spyderco Amsterdam Minimeet the 10th Anniversary Report
“Yasuki Hagane steel has been produced in their plant in Shimane prefecture in Japan where the high quality iron sand has been produced for making traditional Japanese swords since ancient times. These are three main premium grade high carbon steels (Shirogami, Aogami and Aogami Super) that have been used for making Japanese made field & … Continue reading Spyderco Caly3 C113GGY in Super Blue Steel Sprint Run- Grand pa knife is going high tech.
The Beauty: “The “hump” in the blade is there to house the opening hole. If Gayle submerged the hole, you couldn’t access it without a large cut-out and Gayle designed it with no cut-out.” (Sal Glesser) I have ordered last week to a Canadian seller on Ebay (great service from The Great Knife Shop BTW, … Continue reading Spyderco C134 Gayle Bradley: the Beauty + the Beast