Endura Wharncliffe???

FK

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I would purchased 2 however, hope the design does not have a large "hump" on the spine.

The photos of the modified standard Endura blade are much more practical.

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FK
 

Sal Glesser

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The drawing that we have is more like the one drawn above by Jazzz. Full sized Endura blade. We're working on a 3.5" blade version of the Endura/
delica series, so there may be a 3.5' version some time in the future.

sal
 
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The drawing that we have is more like the one drawn above by Jazzz. Full sized Endura blade. We're working on a 3.5" blade version of the Endura/
delica series, so there may be a 3.5' version some time in the future.

sal

Sal,

With the making of 3.5” model, can we have a slightly longer Endura blade? I see the handle has about 5mm space to still hide the tip. It’ll be more differentiation vs the 3.5” model.
 
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Hi Chris,

The 3.5" is to meet legal requirements of our changing blade-scape. We'll probably leave the Endura as it is, as we're planning an FRN Police 4 for those that just prefer to carry a longer blade.

sal

Thanks Sal, agree, longer will get too close with Police FRN ... I forgot about it (Police) :)
 
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Hi Chris,

The 3.5" is to meet legal requirements of our changing blade-scape. We'll probably leave the Endura as it is, as we're planning an FRN Police 4 for those that just prefer to carry a longer blade.

sal

FRN Police 4?! Nice!!! Came to this thread pumped about the idea of a warncliffe Endura, now this thread keeps getting better. A warnie endura 4 and an FRN Police 4 would be my idea of two perfect Spydercos. Mind me asking what type of steel you are thinking about for the P4 Mr. Glesser?
 
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