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OH! I like that also!
Good looking knives Martin. Spyderco keeps reinventing themselves with the same basic blade designs and liner locks. It works for them.
I like the new red carbon fiber Domino...
Whoops! I meant "Thanks for giving me the weight"...not "That's"
These are the ones I wanted for the Para 2...
Here is the link for Cuscadi's page: Cuscadi Scales
I like them both but I really like the brown ones on top. I have a friend who put those very ones on one of his Para 2's. I loved the way they look but I really loved the way they felt! I think that I was always afraid I'd screw the lanyard tube up trying to take the original scales off?
That's for giving me the weight, before and after, on your Police. I would have guessed it would be more. And, I also think you were lucky to get a plain edge vs. the Spydie edge serrations. But as sweet as that knife is it really wouldn't matter to me. I would take it anyway I could get it!
Cheers, my friend!
Hi Ron a Para 2 with the same micarta scale would look killer I would go for it.
The santa fe police has a weight of 166g the regular police has 150g
Damn, Patrik! That Ulize is like a Police on steroids with a monster of a recurved blade! I love the acid wash and the Cuscadi scales! I have long thought about putting some Cuscadi's on one of my Para 2's but just never got around to it.
I'm still drooling over the Santa Fe Police you got. I'm still curious how much weight the stones added?
Both of these Spydies are gorgeous!
So thanks you all for the comments I will make a video soon as possible but had to wait on the information from the company so I know what stones were use.
Hey Ron I got lucky this one has plain edge all I saw on internet and also that one that they have on their web page were with a spider edge so full serrated. So I guess it is more special.
OK here is another one I got a while ago it is a full customized Ulize
The scales are from the German company http://cuscadi.de/
The acid wash was done by the previous owner.
Beautiful knife and a great Spyderco design. If you ever come to the USA, you need to visit Santa Fe. Beautiful city with history starting in the 1500's. Movie stars have caused the real estate to skyrocket.
Wowsa! That has to be the most awesome "Police" I have ever seen! Love love love the colors! And the way that Santa Fe incorporated the Spyderco Spyder and it's web is just too flippin' kewl! Total awesomeness, Patrik!
How's the weight factor? And since this is just a sneak peek can you mention whether it has a plain edge or serrated? Inquiring mind is dying to know!
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