Yes, some are a bit heavy. TWISTED SISAL MERCH - THANKS TO MISHEARDKNIFEREVIEWS: https://teespring.com/twisted-sisal-merch Remember to subscribe for more lunacy - hit the bell etc! I have not had to resharpen, just a little strop here and there. I carried the knife throughout 6 months of hiking over 2200 miles. Not much of a challenge but fun. The PM2 strikes the balance between all of these quite gracefully, which is why it is such a homerun. If you don�t have a PM 2 yet I highly recommend this one! Love the color and the blade. This PM2 is outstanding. Sep 13, 2015 #12. However, the blade is thin and tapers to a very fine point, so don't be prying with it. I love the s110v para 2 and look forward to the Native 5, Military and manix 2 in s110v this year. You may select 1 option. I have it in M390, M4, and S35VN. If you're considering Para2 or Para3 - start with Para2, This folder is so sweet. I was SO WRONG its incredable! My left hand gets some exercise with knives like this. The Spyderco Paramilitary 2 - often referred to as the PM2 - is arguably the most iconic Spyderco knife of all time. SUPER sharp right out of the box. Spyderco Counterfeits, Clones, Replicas, etc. I use my knives pretty heavily. Not so rough that it's going to tear up your pants but textured enough that it's staying in your hand. 85. Brand New. Love the "burple" color. The blade steel? Not too heavy, carries well, and super fast and smooth to deploy, especially with the finger flick. The 110v has held an edge noticeably sharper and longer than my other 30v and 35v knives. - Duration: 6:22. Hello Paramilitary 2! Extremely satisfied with Spyderco and paramilitary 2. Great looking knife. It's so secure that sometimes it's actually painful to actuate depending on what way I'm holding it. I get bored of black g10 and this dark blue g10 really stands out in my knife rotation. I think that says it all. I too would like to see it become a regular catalog item not a sprint run that if I miss it I have to pay out my nose to get itfrom the secondary market if I can find it. I carry this in my back pocket without a pocket clip and it is just right for me. No blade play at all. Yes it works well for box cutting but otherwise reeks of the pedestrian middle class. And yes, opening with the Spydie hole and closing with a compression lock requires some practice. If youre thinking about getting one and are on the fence GET ONE ALREADY. I wanted to get one because of all the positive I have heard and read, as well as it is US made. Spyderco Para 3 Signature Folding Knife with 2.95" Stainless Steel Blade and Durable G-10 Handle - PlainEdge - C223GP 4.9 out of 5 stars 222 $143.50 $ 143 . No automatic springs to worry about or flimsy liner locks that can buckle. Like all PM2's this is very comfortable knife for everyday use. The s110v is a good steel however if you are just getting into sharpening your own knives, I'd start with the base s30v. That should be all you need to know. And you will be too! If it's anything like my Dark earth brown with s35vn steel sprint run I'm sure I will be overwhelmed. I constantly play with the compression lock, because it just so fun to flick open and closed. It's also tougher than I expected. Already loved the PM2, but this one got me collecting, because S110V is awesome. But I like using different steels based in different day-to-day situations. It's very smooth opening and closing. 83% no Just a well designed knife with excellent steel and a dependable performance. Great price for a great knife. beautiful knife that was perfectly tuned and shaving sharp out of the box. This is one my fondest knives. Stainless steel that takes an amazing edge and retains that edge for a VERY long time. 50 ($53.13/oz) People, the color between blue and violet is called "indigo". This instantly replaced my previous EDC. Don't waste your time debating whether you should buy this knife. Available in multiple steel offerings and and handle materials you are sure to find the perfect PM2 at DLT Trading! S110V is new to me and I was concerned the steel would be too difficult to sharpen and that it might be what some on various forums say "chippy". Beautiful knife. Overall, this knife is truly my most dependable folder. Feels great in my hand, opens easily and keeps working reliably. I dont know where to even start. I've retouched the blade edge only twice. Even better that its standard production and not a sprint (I didn't dare to dream so!)!! I sent it home with him and immediately ordered a replacement. Spyderco Para Military 2 S110V Blurple Knife Review. Para Military™ 2 G-10 Dark Blue CPM S110V (C81GDBL2) $265.00. Locks up solid with no blade play. I have more than 50 folding knives. One of the most popular and in-demand folding knives ever created, the Para Military 2 distills the performance and reliability of the Military Model into a more compact, pocket-friendly format. This is definitely the best value for a regular production pm2. Would highly recommend. There have been several mentions of the S110V PM2 in various threads. I started with Para3, then got Military4, and lastly this. I didn't think it could get any better but the S-110v is a beautiful and amazing upgrade. I guess "blurple" is catchier, but come on. Yes, they�re not pretty, but like an ugly dog you come to love them. Compresion lock works great! This was my first paramilitary 2. The Awesome Ergonomic Classic. The blade has amazing sharpness retention, but the steel is very brittle, and will chip easily. This knife has great action, great edge retention and is fun to carry. I received this (with some strong hinting) for my birthday this year. Been flipping and using this knife non-stop. Advanced Knife Bro 49,936 views. Pick one up and enjoy the carbidey goodness. It feels really good in your hand and is a stable cutter. Overall though, a great knife! Scary sharp out of the box. Only thing I don't like is the carry clip but I bought a Lynch deep carry clip and it's perfect. Home » Catalog » Manix 2 FRCP Dark Blue CPM S110V (C101DBL2) Manix™ 2 FRCP Dark Blue CPM S110V C101DBL2 $205.00 MSRP. How I Sharpen CPM S110V - Duration: 7:51. Make a DLC version of this and I will buy 3 I-kid-you-not. The PM2 is about perfect for everything. Blurple and S110V is just a bonus! Bought this a few weeks ago as an edc knife, it's awesome, never leave home without it. The color of the G10 scales is very distinct, and the texture is rough but not enough to hurt your hand. Spyderco hit it out of the park with this knife. I own two S-30v Paramilitary 2s and they are by far some of my most favorite EDCs in my collection. I have 4 of these s110v para's now and want more. Ergo's are just as comfortable as ever. I have many $200+ knives but this one is almost always my choice to carry. Sal has confirmed this directly. Absolutely beautiful knife. How does one stay informed besides here is there an email list or something Facebook etc. This iteration of the Paramilitary 2 is advertised as having blue G-10 handle scales, but we feel blurple is more appropriate. It has tremendous ability to slice through anything and stay sharp an insane amount of time. This is one of the most recognizable and best models spyderco produces! Spyderco's are wonderful ambidextrous knifes. The steel used on this knife has loads of Niobium and Vanadium, making it extremely wear resistant. I like the size and weight and the clip holds it securely in my pocket. Please Spyderco use the PMA11 in a Paramilitary!!! Open and close one handed. I had a Military on my wish list but have now I have removed it. I have a knife on me at all time since I was a boy scout and I told myself that there is a chance that my son will be the same. Love everything about this knife except the stock pocket clip is is the wrong spot! Get one now they won't be around forever!! Since its introduction in 2010, the Spyderco Paramilitary 2 has been a favorite EDC knife—and it seems like as time goes on, the knife only gains in its cult popularity. Wanted this PM2 for the steel. Now I wonder, is my Spyderco collection complete??? I love the paramilitary 2 itself just not the one i got. Which Para 2 Should I Get? The compression lock is my absolute favorite locking mechanism. The one handed action is great. I've meant to review it but the video the guys put up recently on YouTube gave me the motivation to tell everyone that it's an awesome blade. Model # SP-C223GPBORE . If I could only own one knife, this would be it! $165.20. Has served me very well - But had to upgrade to this when I had the opportunity. I know. Used it to cut some cardboard and it sliced through it like butter. Time will tell if I like this steel. Cutting performance is beautiful as well as fit and finish. I like the Compression Lock. I have titanium and carbon fiber scales also. This PM2 was my gift from my wife. I own many ZT, BM and MT knives, but this knife captures what those companies haven't figured out yet. Like all our knives with CPM S110V blades, the textured G-10 handle scales of this version of the Para Military 2 … The blade is so useful in nearly every task. I'd love to see it be midnight blue FRN, and an ongoing catalog item, like the Manix 2 LW s110v. NG VI. I prefer a G10 Para anyway. My first PM2 I chose to get the good steel. Post by Joris Mo » Sun Jul 19, 2015 5:05 pm I thought that the one he said to be G10 wasn't necessarily the same one as the one he just claimed was made of production parts. So, basically, best versatile folding knife with the best steel (for my daily uses) and at a very reasonable price. Para 2 in S110V is that true and if so when and where. 50 ($40.77/oz) $199.95 $199.95 The locking mechanism is simple perfection. The deployment methods alone are so fun and the extra large hole makes it beyond easy to deploy. S110V has been a great steel with excellent sharpness and edge retention. 6:22. This was my first pm2 and I'm hooked. Now how about that S110V millie and then we can move on to K390 in Say a Dark Gray G10. A stainless type of steel that is very popular amongst enthusiasts. Going with FRN/FRCP would imply a huge investment on their part to make new molds for the PM2, and knowing how Sal likes to tease us, there would be pics or news of this leaked at the trade shows well before it just appeared unannounced on a new PM2 sprint/exclusive. Loved this one so much a bought a second one. In 2010 Spyderco redesigned the original Para Military, and in doing so, created the Para Military 2. I love the s110v para 2 and look forward to the Native 5, Military and manix 2 in s110v this year. The action is smooth and flys open and shut. The factory G-10 scales combined with the finger choil makes it hard for the knife to slip out of your hands when cutting. The knife is great, but you already know that from the other comments. Although I have never personally owned a spyderco knife they have the most simple yet useable knives I have ever seen with top quality blade steels to match, I would be elated to own any spyderco product. I would preferred g10 ti liners but what I really want to know is this rumor true. This icon of the knife industry has found its way into pockets of soldiers, builders, hunters, survivalists, and EDCers the world over. Postby TomAiello » Fri Jul 17, 2015 1:11 pm, Postby RadioactiveSpyder » Fri Jul 17, 2015 1:55 pm, Postby VashHash » Fri Jul 17, 2015 2:03 pm, Postby RadioactiveSpyder » Fri Jul 17, 2015 2:15 pm, Postby sbaker345 » Fri Jul 17, 2015 2:19 pm, Postby RadioactiveSpyder » Fri Jul 17, 2015 2:22 pm, Postby GoldenSpydie » Fri Jul 17, 2015 5:41 pm, Postby Joris Mo » Fri Jul 17, 2015 9:46 pm, Postby Chinook3 » Sat Jul 18, 2015 1:12 pm, Postby RadioactiveSpyder » Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:58 pm, Return to “Spyderco General Discussion”, Users browsing this forum: bbturbodad, cabfrank, jdw, Matt Deaner, pantagana23, PayneTrain, Ratamaque and 69 guests, I have been looking around on here and found a post that there might be a run of Para 2 in S110V. As befits Spyderco the finish is sublime. Highly regarded as one of the most popular folder knives ever created, the Spyderco Paramilitary 2 is a scaled down version of the Spyderco Military model in size but not per MSRP: $265.00 Was: $265.00 Our Price: $185.50. Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Dark Blue G10 Satin S110V Blade C81GPDBL2 . Must buy!!! I think it may be my favorite steel on a knife I own. Ordered this as my second good quality knife and first with G10. I don't get them for collection dust. This will be my first S110V blade. Great knife for the average person. Razor sharp! Hence the popularity of Coyote Brown � which on video seems a bit lighter than the above color. The compression lock is a blast as well as giving this baby the ol spider flick. I've looked at several other knives and even bought a few since I got the Para 2. The compression lock always engages and gives this knife a secure feel. Discuss Spyderco's products and history. Great edc. During a project a co-worked handed me a paramilitary 2 and I was instantly seduced by its smooth action and surprisingly strong compression lock. I purchased third party scales to replace the almost linen like textured scales this knife came with. Will be buyimg more!!! I have a regular knife and I have a work knife that is carried all the time. With a very thin grind, a perfect slicer. I work in foodservice so the most action it sees is box cutting, lemon cutting, and occasional rope cutting. Yes, they take up a lot of real estate in your pocket and make digging for keys difficult. It's exceptionally well put together for the cost of much lesser knife. great blade steel in an iconic design, best value for your money. It's handle is large and the overall look makes it look larger. Its kinda just perfect. The Spyderco Para Military 2 - What more needs to be said? Quantity ... that enhance control during use and Spyderco’s Trademark Round Hole™ for … The jimping in all the right places, the texture of the G10 handles, and the ergonomic shape of this knife make it so you can have petroleum jelly on your hands and be able to carve with no problem (Which I dont recommend). I will be a very happy man. I told to myself that it was a brilliant concept... since I�m not into wine to much I told myself that I will make the same step for my son but with a knife. First Spyderco I've owned and the fit/ergonomics of the handle and blade are outstanding! The S110V steel stays sharp a long time, but will take a little longer to hone than the S30V. I get them for EDC use. I absolutely love this knife and carry it in my pocket every day. The delica and endura everyone rants about always seemed so ugly to me as well as cheep looking. All around a great knife and a pretty little beater.