Knife Review: Spyderco Paramilitary2

Buy This Knife !

SpydercoPM2-1

OK, I will settle down a bit now.

This knife is my primary EDC.  Anytime I leave the house this knife is clipped to my pocket; whenever I am working around the house, this knife is clipped to my pocket.  This knife is one incredible knife!

Let me share this with you…The other day I was working with a buddy of mine; he asked if he could borrow my knife.  I handed it to him and when he returned it he let out a low whistle and said, “That is one sharp knife!”  Yeah, I think so too.

This knife will take an edge, cut for months, and easily put an edge back on it if it needs it.  The knife is perfectly balanced, grip is designed exactly for your hand and this thing just absolutely screams of quality.  I can’t recommend this knife enough to you.

 Category:  Every Day Carry
 Use(s): Freaking everything!!
Pros:
  • Perfect feel and balance to it
  • Strong positive blade lock
  • Thumb hole makes for easy opening
  • Keeps an edge for a very long time
  • Easy to put an edge on it
  • Razor sharp!!
 Cons:
  • Rides high in your pocket
  • Silver clip gives it high visibility
  • I like the blade release on the SOG Trident better
Cost: Full Retail (MSRP) – $185.95
On-Line: $135.95 (Amazon)
Note: This is my primary EDC period!!!

SpydercoPM2-2

I liked the knife so much and loved the camo that I bought an extra one for the safe.  It comes out when a second knife is needed or I go into stealth mode.

  length overall: 8.281″   cutting edge: 3.078″
  blade length: 3.438″   weight: 3.75 oz.
  blade steel: CPM S30V   blade thickness: .141″
  length closed: 4.812″   handle material: G-10

Note: I replaced the bright shinny pocket clip with one of their replacement pocket clips that is matte black (i.e. not shinny).  The replacement clip goes to knife C81GCMOBJ2.

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