Didn't see a lefty info advice thread, (maybe I missed it?) So here it goes, let's talk about good knife choices for lefties. I'm loving my Spyderco Manix2 and Lava, they both truly ambidextrous. I personally feel that frame locks,(love my ZT0550 but with my custom scale it's right only carry, and can't say enough good things about my Spyderco Techno) in their standard right hand config are actually better suited to us lefties. Consider this, when torquing on the knife to say carve out a notch in wood your grip actually pulls the lock tighter while right handed you could actually release the lock. Now in use this shouldn't pose an issue however if it doesn't re-engage and you fail to notice... I have some liner locks, (my Brous Silent Soldier is my fav liner lock) and because I'm use to the frame locks they feel natural to me but the issue stated above shouldn't come into play right handed as easily. Flippers are usually good for us lefties but for some reason many makers seem to think it's a good idea to use unevenly sized thumb studs on their knives? Do you guys have any advice as lefties? Any knife recommendations? Lefty mods? Let's keep the gripes to a minimum.