Spyderco C91FSGR2 Pacific Salt 2 - 3.78" Serrated Edge LC200N Blade - Bright Green FRN Handle

Spyderco C91FSGR2 Pacific Salt 2 - 3.78" Serrated Edge LC200N Blade - Bright Green FRN Handle

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Spyderco C91FSGR2 Pacific Salt 2 - Serrated Edge LC200N Blade - Bright Green FRN Handle

Spyderco's Pacific Salt 2 knives combine the highly refined ergonomics, grip texture, and four-position pocket clip of the iconic Endura 4 Lightweight with ultra-corrosion- resistant materials. This all-new version of the Pacific Salt 2 further enhances the design with a FFG (full-flat-ground) LC200N blade, a distinctive green FRN handle, and black-coated handle hardware and clip. Available with either a PlainEdge or fully serrated SpyderEdge, this fully ambidextrous design provides unparalleled cutting performance in and around the water.

  • Category End Use: EDC/Water
  • Blade Steel: LC200N
  • Blade Grind: FFG (full flat grind)
  • Blade Length: 3.78" (96 mm)
  • Length Open: 8.72" (221 mm)
  • Length Closed: 4.98" (126 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: .116" (2.9 mm)
  • Hole Diameter: .5" (13 mm)
  • Lock Type: Back Lock
  • Handle Material: FRN (fiberglass-reinforced nylon)
  • Tip Carry: Tip-Up
  • Clip Position: Four Way
  • Weight: 2.6 oz. (72 g)
  • Made In: Japan

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    Spyderco pacific salt 2

    Posted by Edward Hughes on Jan 28th 2021

    I bought this knife because I enjoy LC200N and wanted it in serrated. I will mostly use it working in the garden and in the kitchen. The endura has a better handle size for me allowing more grip possibilities over the Delica. I shortened the blade to just under 3.5 in making it legal in my state. I have bought many knives from Cutlery Shoppe. They do a great job. Their prices are a little better than other online knife places. I can’t say it would be this way for everyone because of different state taxes but I generally don’t pay tax or shipping. That makes it even cheaper. I also like that most times I call I end up speaking to the owner. Cutlery Shoppe is my first place to go to when ordering knives. Also, we are in tough times now so supporting privately owned business means a lot more now than ever.