The handle has a black FRN frame with a spring-loaded clip at the rear. Comes with original box. Excellent condition. Spyderco was founded in by Sal and Gail Glesser. In , the Glessers put down roots in Golden, Colorado and introduced the first Spyderco folding knife. That knife pioneered the concept of a round hole in the blade for one-handed opening, a clip on the handle for carry at the top of the pocket, and the option of a serrated edge for aggressive cutting performance.
Those features revolutionized the knife industry and literally defined the form of the modern folding knife. Since then, Spyderco has steadily grown to become one of the leaders in the cutlery industry. In addition to a worldwide distribution network and manufacturing resources in the U. More importantly, it has allowed us to earn the trust and loyalty of countless thousands of dedicated knife users around the world—an audience to whom we are extremely grateful.
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Pages: [ 1 ] Go Down. Spyderco remote release ,thoughts? Zombie Apprentice Posts: 19, I picked this original version up Sunday,I saw it in a display case with other pockets knives but this one stood out amongst the cheap folders, well I had to buy it purely on looks and you pretty much never see a spyderco at a car boot in the uk. So cleaned it up today and sharpened it,it's a interesting concept, think I prefer a clip but can see the carabiner being handy for climbing ,kayaking,emergency services etc,what are the thoughts on this spyderco,future collectable?
Merit Badges. Absolutely No Life Club Posts: 5, Re: Spyderco remote release ,thoughts? I've thought about getting myself one, but the one thing holding me back is that how durable the clip itself is. I like knives like this, as I often carry knives with carabiners or bails on my belt loop; since during the summer months, I'm often beneath equipment and my knife often slips out of a pocket.
I'd say use this knife. Unless it's rare or really gently used, I almost always heavily use any knife I bought used. Thanks for your thoughts cody this will get used as I don't collect knives or MT's as use them sadly due to uk laws it's illegal here but a good rescue knife. This allows the user to clip the knife to a ring on a belt, strap or pack without using a clip.
There are sports and activities where attaching a folder above the waist makes sense think spray skirts, buoyancy belts and overloaded duty belts. The Remote Release's spring loaded shackle clip fastens to a carabiner, belt loop or ring and releases by pulling back on the textured release pin. The model permits releasing and one hand opening without having to rotate the knife in the hand. Kraton handle insets inhibit skidding in the hand.
The C30 Remote Release 2 in Spyderco's online catalog. A picture can be found at this webpage of Spyderco collector 'Spyderwa', and in this thread on the Spyderco Forums from Spyderco collector 'The Deacon'. Categories : Knives Folding knives ClipIts. Personal tools Log in. Edge s.
The Remote Release's. The Remote Release's spring loaded shackle clip fastens to a carabiner, belt loop or ring and releases by pulling back on the textured release pin. The model. The C30 Remote Release is a medium-sized folding knife that features a spring-loaded shackle clip on the.