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    Looks like an older version of the Spydercard. They don't use Aus-6 steel anymore.

    Good knives though.

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    That's cool, I want one as well lol

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    You can pick up a similar one made by spyderco for very little money. Look for "Flatbyrd"

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    The Flatbyrd was a refinement of the original Spydercard. I think I recall seeing a statement from Sal Glesser (Spyderco's Founder & CEO) that they paid royalties to Mr. Bradichansky's family (he was killed in a bombing in Israel) from the Flatbyrd profits.

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    I know I'm a little late on this (like 2 years), but being a knife collector (mainly Italian switchblades) I do know some stuff. That is a Spyderco C01p "spydercard", thye are worth approximitly $180, new. This means that you could easily get $130 for this assuming it's in good condition. (I bet you didn't think that little thing would be worth that did you)

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    years ago my brother gave me a spyderco knife 1 day last week I was at smoky mtn knife works where he works they are now $110 so I found a new knife to carry so I dont losse this one

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