U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- I’ve tested a few of the knives in the Spyderco Native 5 line. For this Product Review we’re going to test the Spyderco Native 5 C41PSBK5 knife. It has what they call the combination blade which is half serrated and half plain edge. Spyderco has 11 options in their Native 5 line-up. In this line-up they offer up to three bade options on the 11 options:
PlainEdge-This is a plain edge.
CobminationEdge-The blade is half serrated & half plain.
SpydercoEdge-Which is serrated on all but about the last ½” of the blade.
SPYDERCO NATIVE 5 FOLDING KNIFE
I guess everyone appreciates a sharp knife but every time I test a new Spyderco knife I am blown away by their sharpness. They are so sharp that they almost scare me. No doubt, one slip and you just won a free (or not so free) trip to the emergency room. A knife this sharp won’t stop until it hits a bone. So like with all knives but especially with this one be careful.
This knife is not a thick bladed survival/tactical type of knife. It is what I would classify as a high-level EDC. So if you’re in the market for a classy EDC then you need to check out the Spyderco Native 5 C41PSBK5 folder.
Joyce gave me a Combination Edge Native 5 at SHOT Show. I like it alot, and it is in most every way superior to my decade old Native, but the latter is a well worn companion which has been at my side for years. I will grab it before the new one almost every time.View Linked Article