Tag Archive: Spyderco

Mar 14

Ruger American Compact and LCP II in GUNS Magazine

Double Threat! Ruger American Compact and LCP II In May’s GUNS (ArmsVault.com) – The handsome duo featured on the cover of May’s GUNS Magazine represent two of Ruger’s recently introduced pistols, the Ruger American Compact 9 and LCP II. As tested, this “double threat” offers two sound options for users in the concealed carry and …

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Dec 19

Spyderco Native 5 Knife

    A photo posted by ArmsVault (@armsvault) on Dec 18, 2016 at 9:23pm PST From the ArmsVault Instagram page, a glamour shot our Spyderco Native 5 knife. The Native 5 is available with three different edges: the PlainEdge (as shown in our photo), CombinationEdge, and SpyderEdge. The Native 5 knife features a CPM S35VN …

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Aug 29

Spyderco Native 5

A glamour shot of my trusty Spyderco Native 5 PlainEdge. The Native 5 features a CPM S35VN stainless steel spear point blade and linerless FRN handle with Bi-Directional Texturing. Spyderco Native 5 PlainEdge Specs: Model: C41BK5 Length Overall: 6.95″ (177 mm) Blade Length: 2.95″ (75 mm) Blade Steel: CPM S35VN Length Closed: 4.00″ (102 mm) Cutting Edge: 2.42″ …

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Aug 14

Spyderco Serrata Fixed-Blade

No woods walk is complete without a glamour shot of the knife you are carrying. This is the Spyderco Serrata, a fixed-blade knife designed by Stuart Ackerman, a custom knifemaker from New Zealand. Stuart Ackerman is a custom knifemaker from New Zealand with a penchant for practical fixed-blade knives you can count on in a pinch. His Serrata fits that …

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Jun 08

American Handgunner Features Spyderco Native 5 FRN Knife

FMG Online Exclusives Explore Trifecta Of Must-Use Products On americanhandgunner.com, FMG Online Editor Mark Kakkuri puts three products from his everyday carry kit to the test everywhere from his office to a 10-day family vacation — the Spyderco Native 5 FRN Knife, Bravo Company’s BCM Mk15 Tritium Watch and the Brite-Strike EPLI Flashlight. In the …

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