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Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Folding Knife
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- Made in USA or Imported
- Blade length 3 3/8" (86mm)
- Blade steel 8CR13MOV
- Weight 4oz (115g)
- Handle material G-10
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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-sizedTenacious Plain Edge Knife by Spyderco has a black G-10 laminate handle, milled 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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That has always been a concern with me and pocket knives that use a clip for attaching to your trousers. This knife stays put. I have been using it that way for about a week now and it has worked fine. You do not get a sheath with the knife but I suppose you could find something if you wanted it to carry it that way.
If there is only one thing I could change it would be the Spidey hole, it has somewhat sharp edges and it can wear your fingertips after a while. I wish Spiderco would dull that a bit.
8cr13mov, 600 grit 15dps
Did some trimming grass around a tree.
200 whittle strokes still shaving
I did 10 chops through a small stick after each 200 whittles.
I did 100 stabs into a stump to see if the edge dulled or point flattened. There was minor dulling.
400 needs pressure but still shaving.
600 shaving gone.
20 strop strokes, shaving is back.
At 1000 whittle strokes, still rough shaving a few hairs.
Cut 8x1 yard patch of grass, still shaving if i try really hard.
First let me say I am a Kershaw, Zero Tolerance type of guy, but I have seen so many people rave about Spyderco that I decided to take a look at the Tenacious. Some consider this to be one of the top EDC blades under $50 bucks. So what the hell I pulled the trigger and got one.
Man I am glad I did, the feel of this baby is sweet, the ergonomics of the knife is excellent and it just fits my hands like a glove. It's really a good size for EDC pocket carry and it feels extremely light to me while it's in my pocket and in my hand. I really like the G10 handles, good sturdy gripping. The jimping feels really good and the blade locks up great. No wiggle or movement what so ever. I will update this review after I carry a little more, but so far I am super pumped up about it.
I am really glad I purchased this knife, they say this knife is the "Entry Drug" for the Spyderco brand, I think they might be right!
I'm not a collector or a knife connoisseur, but I've held and used many high dollar knives. I keep this knife on me nearly every day and have for the last several years. It's been used to field dress and skin enough deer to feed an army. It's been used while camping. It's been on my hip while fishing in the gulf of mexico, mud-riding on ATV's, etc etc, etc. I have not babied this knife. I clean it when it gets really dirty. I touch up the edge before skinning a deer with it. A little oil on blade and in the hinge every year or so and it has proven to be as reliable and faithful as old friend.
Speaking of which, I gave this to a special forces buddy of mine last month when he was deploying - not because he needed a knife but because he knew what a good tool this is and he has seen it put through it's paces on many occasions. He knew how valuable it has been to me and I hope it will be just as valuable to him in some way.
I bought a new one 2 weeks later. LOL. At this price, I should have bought a few spares in case I lose it fishing or drop it in a bottomless mud hole.