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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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Really liking the Paramilitary2.
So much better feel than the Military model I have.

Anyone else have one of these?






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Posts: 6303 | Location: Central,Ohio | Registered: December 28, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Yup !

I have three PM2 models and one of them is your blade/handle combo. It is my most carried knife.

Love this Spyderco series.

Congrates on yours ! Big Grin
 
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I think I am up to five PM2's all different steels, scales, etc. One of the best pocket carrying slicers I own. I am always on the prowl for uncommon variants!


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Just took a quick pic of what i have access too, without diving into my safe. CPM M4 steel with natural scales, S30v digi camo, CPM M4 carbon fiber scales and a Blurple PM3 S110v steel for good measure!
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I have the blurple S110V version. Nice knife.




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I have been looking for a decent deal on the blurple PM2, but I always miss when they have dropped in price. i came across this PM3 to give it a try out, I am impressed that it handles similar to its big brother in a smaller package!


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Posts: 683 | Location: Illinois, Lake County | Registered: August 21, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have two PM2s, a S30v & my favourite, one in M390. The compression lock is simple but dependable & like all the Spydercos I own, the design makes them nice knives to work with.


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I suppose I need a PM3 as well.




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Posts: 6303 | Location: Central,Ohio | Registered: December 28, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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This has been my go-to EDC since 2014/2015. I have the same but with the black blade. I'd replace it immediately if something ever happened to it.




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Posts: 8874 | Location: Orlando, Florida | Registered: July 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Excellent knife!

Have PM2's in S110V, M4 and my favorite steel Maxamet.

Great appreciation for the steels Spyderco offers.
 
Posts: 2825 | Location: 9860 ft above sea level Colorado | Registered: December 31, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I really like both the Military and the Paramilitary 2 in S110V, and I regularly switch between the two, with a Manix 2 XL in the mix. I tend to prefer a bigger knife, but there's something amazing about the way the PM2 handles and slices, and it is a slicer.

Grumpy, once you get used to handling it and it loosens up a tad, you'll be amazed how fast and easy it is to get it open and closed in a hurry. It's the fastest-handling folding knife I've ever owned or messed with.

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One of my favorite EDC now.


 
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I've got a PM2 in my pocket right now.


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I have a PM2 and like it a lot though I have found I like my Para 3 even more and carry it more often than I ever carried the 2.
 
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Liked it so much I added a second one.
Turned out to be a limited run of 1,000 (if that’s limited) Red G10 with M390 blade.
Love the look of this one.







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