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    Best Spyderco Dealer

    Devils:

    I am looking to pre-order a few of Spyderco's new knives (collaborations, unsure of when they will hit the market). Could anyone recommend a dealer who I could contact? I checked the Spyderco website and the only thing even remotely close to me is a fleet of Gander Mountain stores. With all of the Spyderco fans on here, someone must be willing to fill me in on their "source."
    Thanks!

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    Where are you? A guy I sold a knife to in Toronto has a Vallotton and a Tuff (I think) pre-ordered at a US Dealer that he says is excellent to deal with.

    Have it in my Inbox somewhere.
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    Best Spyderco Dealer

    I am in Minneapolis and I am looking for a Vallotton and a Szabo. Please forward the info. Thanks!

    If anyone else has recommendations, please post them!

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    http://spydercovt.com/
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    I pre-ordered a Navaja from Spydietalk and was just told today my knife is in !!!
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    Question

    Is it just me or does anyone else think that Spyderco knives are the ugliest knives in the world?

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    Best Spyderco knives

    To each their own, I guess.

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    Best Spyderco Knife

    Thanks Once Bitten and Da Bird!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradigmx999 View Post
    To each their own, I guess.
    Didn't mean to be offensive with my comment it's just that for a long time I have wondered why people like Spyderco knives. I'm sure they are good quality but, to me, they are so butt ugly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmack1944 View Post
    Is it just me or does anyone else think that Spyderco knives are the ugliest knives in the world?
    Carry and use one (or several).

    They grow on you REAL quick.
    Plus, they're great bang for the buck.

    I thought the same, at one time. Now, I don't remember how many that I've got.

    Hell, my 18 year old daughter has six Spydercos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnceBitten View Post
    Carry and use one (or several).

    They grow on you REAL quick.
    Plus, they're great bang for the buck.

    I thought the same, at one time. Now, I don't remember how many that I've got.

    Hell, my 18 year old daughter has six Spydercos.
    I will take your advice. You all have been tolerant to my criticism so the least I can do is give one a try. Thanks.

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    No one's offended. Freedom of expression is always encouraged.

    Some of the strangest-looking knives are magic in your hands

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    I wasn't sold at first until I carried one for a few days. The ergonomics are excellent, and there are some great values there.

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    so is the Tuff a pre-order item yet, or too early? I'd like to get my hands on one for sure

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    No, sorry, not that I know of. I thought he had a Tuff on pre-order. I was wrong.

    It was a Vallotton and a Navaja.

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