This elite version of the Para 3 supercharges the performance of this compact design with state-of-the-art CPM® S110V® blade steel. In its basic form, the Para 3 distills all the best-in-class features and benefits of the iconic Para Military™ 2 into a smaller, more pocket-friendly format. When enhanced with CPM S110V, its full-flat-ground PlainEdge™ blade achieves even higher levels of wear resistance and corrosion resistance—qualities that optimize its performance as a cutting tool. CPM S110V’s high carbon content, advanced alloy mix, and high volume of vanadium and niobium carbides significantly increase the steel’s edge-holding properties as compared to other particle metallurgy steels. This extreme edge retention complements the Para 3’s many other distinguishing features—exceptional ergonomics, a high-strength Compression Lock™ mechanism, and versatile four-position pocket clip—to make it one of the most capable production folding knives available today. To make it even more special, this remarkable expression of the Para 3 proudly wears textured G-10 handle scales in the deep midnight blue color that is a signature of Spyderco’s CPM S110V breed.
Spyderco Para 3, Dark Blue G-10 / Satin CPM-S110V - C223GDBL
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Дякую. Все чудово. Робота магазину відмінна і швидка. Дякую!!!
It is what I expect from a USA made spyderco. Razor sharp out of the box with perfect centering and action. The only thing Spyderco should change on their PM2 and Para 3 is the pocket clip. For me they just don't carry deep enough in the pocket. Easy fix though with an aftermarket clip that costs less than 30 bucks but I would have preferred if Spyderco just made it that way to start.
A few things that I'll say in regards to complaints I've read about the Para 3. The pocket clip is good. It is not a deep carry clip, but it feels better in hand than all the usual aftermarket clips folks gravitate towards. The lanyard tube is larger than it needs to be, but so what. No need to fixate on it......no problem as far as I see. I have a blurple Paramilitary 2 and in my xl hands this feels better. The blade tip is more substantial as well, which I think is the biggest difference between the PM3 and PM2. The only reason I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 is that the G10 is frayed around the lanyard tube from the factory. Great knife.