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SpyderCo AUS-6 pocket saw (unused)

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I know it's not a Laplander or Silky but it does have the advantage of being ultra light and pocket sized. Also rare as hen's teeth.
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The only saw so far Mark, after selling my vintage opineL saw I thought I should get another





Well it’s an upgrade then.. not that the opinel is no good....but the spyderco is far superior. As you will know.....I’ve been pondering over a spyderco knife ever since I watched a YouTube video on there blades 🤤 so is it a keeper?
 
No one is going to buy it off me for what they'd have to pay for it, I got it from a pal who runs a gun shop who was going through his dead stock. It was the last of the saws. They're now discontinued.
 
Are they for sale ??? Oh I’m a stupid man 😂
I’m in two minds about that Mark. The saw has been up for sale but now I have the matching pocket knife I may just put them to one side until I do the deer stalking/control certificate. I may experiment with making a pancake style belt sheath for them.
 
I’m in two minds about that Mark. The saw has been up for sale but now I have the matching pocket knife I may just put them to one side until I do the deer stalking/control certificate. I may experiment with making a pancake style belt sheath for them.

Worth keeping in my opinion Mike .

Need to make a belt sheath for my new folder also been pondering over a few ideas, I like the pancake style myself , Would be good to see what you come up with Mike 👍🏻
 
A guest was just searching this thread about the Spyder-Saw and it prompted me to do a quick check on its value. Unused but without its original presentation box it sits somewhere in the middle of $150_$500 on the US collectors market.
 
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