- Bali Comp Video
- Best Moment of the Show
- Balisong Class at BLADE Show 2018
- Bali-Comp Competition in Progress
- The History of Buck Knives
- Ed Fowler Kicks Back at BLADE Show
- BLADE Show 2018’s Added Space
- Here We BLADE Again.
- North to BLADE Show
- Off to BLADE Show 2018
- Making a Kydex Sheath and Paddle
- BLADE Show 2018 is Imminent!
Tag Archives: Spyderco
The modern spinning yoyo was invented in the late 1920’s by Filipino immigrant Pedro Flores, thus it is fitting that Spyderco’s Filipino balisong-inspired spinning pen is named the BaliYo. Both the yoyo and BaliYo take practice and patience to learn, … Continue reading
In December, Spyderco came out with their 2016 catalog. To keep things simple, I have made some screenshots of the new folding knives. Some of these knives are shipping now, and some will begin to appear later in 2016.
In the Spyderco booth at BLADE Show 2015, there was a knife labeled the Para Military 3, as in a “three-inch blade.” It appeared to be a scaled down PM 2! I am frankly partial to smaller EDC-carry knives. They … Continue reading
I have not been posting for the last two weeks because I have been on vacation in California. I took my well-worn Spyderco Delica 4 with me for over 40 miles of day hikes on the beautiful trails in the … Continue reading
This is the time of year when I encourage you to make the electronic journey over to Wouter’s website, Spydercollector.com, to see the latest Spydeco prototypes from the annual Amsterdam Meet. Spyderco entertained 80 guests at their Amsterdam Meet 2015. … Continue reading
The website Késportál posted this video to YouTube of Mike Janich explaining the Jani-Song. It was taken at the IWA Show 2015, which is Europe’s version of SHOT Show. Click here for my experience twirling a Jani-Song! The Jani-Song is … Continue reading