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For those who prefer the heft and style of stainless steel handles, the new, improved Meadowlark2 SS is sure to be a hit. Its satin-finished stainless steel handles feature chamfered edges for a comfortable, ergonomic grip and offer an ideal palate for engraving and personalization. The 8Cr13Mov stainless steel blade now features a full flat grind, offering superior edge geometry and low-friction cutting performance. A four-position pocket clip and sturdy back lock mechanism complete the package, providing completely ambidextrous operation and full range of carry options.

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Espion allemand Alfred Langbein Le 13 mai 1942, le sous-marin U-213 est tout pres des cotes du Nouveau-Brunswick. Alfred Langbein, a l’aide d’une chaloupe, gagne le rivage. Ses ordres sont de transmettre aux autorites allemandes des informations a propos des mouvements de troupes, de l’emplacement des industries et des activites des ports canadiens. Avec ses habits civils, 7 000$ en billets americains et de faux papiers au nom d’Alfred Haskins, il se rend a Montreal ou il est arrete lors d’une descente dans un bordel. Cinquante dollars suffiront a le sortir de ce faux pas et, de suite, il se rend a Ottawa ou il passe pratiquement 2 ans et demi de bombance dans les clubs. Une fois son argent epuise, il se rend aux autorites canadiennes qui ont tot fait de decouvrir, en deterrant son materiel de communication demeure sur le site de son arrivee, que Langbein n’a d’espion que le nom. Apres la guerre, il est retourne en Allemagne ou il rejoint sa femme. Archives nationales du Canada German spy Alfred Langbein On 13 May 1942, submarine U-213 was very close to the coast of New Brunswick. Alfred Langbein came ashore in a boat. His orders were to transmit information to the German authorities concerning troop movements, the locations of industries and activities in Canadian ports. With his civilian clothes, $7 000 in American banknotes and false papers in the name of Alfred Haskins, he went to Montreal, where he was arrested during a raid in a brothel. Fifty dollars was sufficient to buy his way out of this scrape, and subsequently he went to Ottawa, where he spent practically two and one-half years partying in the clubs. When his money ran out, he surrendered to the Canadian authorities, who dug up the communications equipment he had left at the spot where he arrived, and soon learned that Langbein was a spy only in name. After the war, he went back to Germany and rejoined his wife. National Archives of Canada

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Custom knifemaker Ed Schempp has a talent for co-mingling indigenous and ethnic cutlery styles with American knifemaking methods. His Eastern influenced Persian folder has an undeniably ethnic upswept blade profile with a modern black G-10 handle. Finger indents on the handle’s underside situate the hand in a way that translates into comfort and cutting control. The Persian blade’s full-curved belly ends in a graceful upswept tip offering both Middle-Eastern style and cutting performance. Made from high-performance VG-10 steel (flat-ground), a prominent hump above the Spyderco Round Hole creates a leveraging platform welcoming the thumb. The curved steel pocket clip is designed for right-hand, tip-facing-upward pocket carry. The Persian features a David Boye Dent removed from the back lock’s release, inhibiting inadvertent disengagement. Balance, plus first-class fit and finish, makes this model truly worthy of bearing Ed Schempp’s and Spyderco’s name.

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