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Old 06-25-2010, 16:32   #1
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Spyderco or Cold Steel...?

Mas...first off, thank you for coming here to answer questions from us regular guys. I find it impressive that, unlike some high-profile professional trainers, you don't expect everyone to put you on a pedal stool and bow down to you without question.

My question is, does anyone still have the Massad Ayoob fighting folder knives that Spyderco or Cold Steel used to produce?
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Old 06-25-2010, 19:02   #2
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Almost messed up a keyboard there...

My folding design, the C60, is no longer produced by Spyderco, but can be found occasionally on e-bay or in the classifieds in various gun and knife forums.

My fixed blade design, the Razorback, morphed into the Razorback Trocar and is still available from Blackhawk.

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