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  • Spyderco Tenacious G-10 Handle Folding Combo Edge Knife C122GPS
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Spyderco Tenacious Combo Edge Knife


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  • 4-way hourglass clip, screw-together construction
  • Phosphor bronze washers, skeletonized steel liners
  • Enlarged opening hole, spine and liner jimping
  • Flat-ground blade
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Product Description

Being tenacious means one holds fast. It means being tough and tireless until achieving your goal: all knife-worthy definitions for a worthy knife. This mid-sized Tenacious Combo Edge Knife by Spyderco has a partially serrated and plain edge. A black G-10 laminate handle was added with prolonged fatigue-free cutting in mind. Tucked inside are skeletonized steel liners increasing the handle's rigidity and strength without adding non-functioning weight or bulky thickness. The 8Cr13Mov stainless blade is leaf-shaped and ground flat from spine to cutting edge for cutting performance. The blade's shape coupled with an oversized Spyderco Round Hole and textured spine jimping allow you to open the blade and position your thumb on the spine in slip-proof confidence ready for work. A Walker Linerlock (with jimped liner) and a 4-way pocket clip lets you set your carry and draw preference: Tip-up/tip-down left-hand/right-hand. Screw together construction.Weight 4oz (115g).

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  • ASIN: B00CHHF40K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,965 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The knife came very sharp.
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This Spyderco is a great bargain and one very useful knife - it has become my EDC; highly recommended for its ease of use.
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This is the best out budget knife out there.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Advokate on March 27, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The Tenacious is well-reviewed all over the Internet. It's a superior value knife--you get superb screw-construction, steel-lined, grippy G-10 handle, good blade steel, one-hand opening, great pocket clip, large opening Spyder hole, great ergonomic handle shape and thumb ramp jimping.

Combo edge arrived very sharp (the plain edge portion perhaps not at legendary Spyderco sharpness), but was evenly ground at approx 30 degree inclusive. The Spyderedge serrations are excellent.

Fits well clipped to jeans pocket. The closed length is just right--any longer and it might become uncomfortable when seated. When clipped with tip-down, the visible part of the knife is pretty significant, with about an inch of handle width and thumb ramp portion of blade showing. Switching to tip-up clip configuration would reduce that if that's a concern for you.

Highly recommended. And will likely buy another for backup and edge variety.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo on September 2, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Although I've been collecting knives for a few years and carrying a pocket knife for more than 50, this is my first Spyderco.

I originally posted this review in September 2011 but, after more than two months, much of what I felt about the Tenacious has changed and I've made some extensive edits.

What hasn't changed is my being bothered by the fact that this model is made in China. I'm not a fanatic about buying only products made in the U.S., but tend to stay away from much of what is made in China. Anyway, nobody put a gun to my head to buy this knife and I have to admit that the quality is quite good for the price. Spyderco seems to be doing a first class job of overseeing their Chinese source, which is more than I can say for some other brands.

One thing that did change was my concern about the "hole". The Tenacious is the only knife that I own that uses this opening method. It took me a little while, but I've become very comfortable with it. I may be the only person who doesn't use his thumb to open the knife. I find it easier and faster to use my index finger to "flip" the blade open. A classic case of doing what works. I did loosen the pivot bolt about ˝ turn and now the blade just flies open with a flick of my finger. No problem with accidental opening whatsoever and closing is a one-hand operation as well.

The blade steel is 8Cr13Mov which I've come to feel is of mid-level quality. It takes a nice edge but doesn't hold it nearly as long as something like ZDP189. Given the price point, I have no complaints.

The G10 scales are grippy and I like the pocket clip. I wish that more manufacturers would design knives that allow for four-way clip positioning, but not many knives are designed to handle that.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Maximo92f on December 5, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I originally purchased this knife 2 years ago and after only a month I gave it to a co-worker who was carrying a monumental piece of junk and could not afford any better. I had every intention of purchasing another but only recently replaced it. I have been carrying this knife again for the past few weeks and I refuse to part from this one. It is light weight, tight fitting, slim, sharp, and the blade deploys as fast as an open assisted knife. The ability to position the pocket clip in all four positions just add to the versatility of this knife. Too many lock back knives come the the pocket clip set to carry tip down and no way to change position. I prefer tip up so I can add a hangman noose lanyard to the knife making it easy to pull out of my pocket while sitting. The liner lock snaps into position very tight when the blade is opened, and there is no wiggle in the blade at all. gimping on the spine along with the rise in the back of the blade allow your thumb to stay in position while performing heavy cutting jobs. The overall fit and finish are excellent, exceptional when price is considered. I have paid $100 for knives that were simply not as well made as this one. A higher end blade steel would be nice but the 8cr13MoV used in this knife is very adequate and holds an edge well even after a day of heavy use. I prefer combo edge blades in my EDC lock back knives but I also have the plane blade version of this knife. I have a choice of several Kershaw, Buck, ZT, Benchmade, and SOG knives but find myself choosing this one over the others more times than not.I now have several of these knives. The price allows you to have several, I now have one in the car, one in my bug out bag and one plain blade and one combo blade on my bedside table for daily carry.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mark McNabb on August 16, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This knife is a good value. It came very sharp out of the box. I like the G-10 handles and the pocket clip is very sturdy. The only 2 draw-backs to this knife that I have is I have had to keep the blade clean because it does get light surface rust easy, and the knife itself is large and when clipped in my pocket it is hard to access anything that is in the pocket besides this knife. Overall a good daily carry/utility knife.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Knight on April 13, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
It's so difficult to judge how a knife will fit you when reading specs online. For the past several years, I've been carrying a Gerber Paraframe I as my EDC knife. After repeatedly misplacing it on one pair of jeans or another, I've finally decided to purchase a back-up. I ended up going with this Tenacious based on the excellent reviews and the economic price-point. Overall, I'm impressed with the knife. It's definitely a much better knife than my Gerber, and I will be switching to Spyderco as my primary EDC knife. However, I wasn't sure about the size when I first got it. In fact, my daughter, my wife and I all exclaimed at the size of this thing when I opened the box.

One of the main factors contributing to the perception of this being a large knife is the fat blade. I also got the half serrated edge, which gives it more of a wicked/dangerous look to casual observers (i.e. folks in public, who aren't "knife people"). So compared to the Paraframe, this thing is a beast. Although not much longer in blade length (maybe .5in?), the difference in overall knife length is significant. The handle of the Tenacious is also fairly thick, further adding to the beefy nature of this knife. If you're concerned about raised eyebrows or drawing attention when pulling out the knife in public, you may want to look at different models w/in the Spyderco lineup, or go with another company. No, it's not really that large of a knife, and over the three days that I've had it, I've easily grown accustomed to it and have started to wonder what the big deal was all about when I first saw it. But if I try to recall my own, and my family's, first impressions, they are of a big knife.

So I have also purchased the Spyderco Persistence.
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