I loves me some Spydercos, but have only managed to snag two for my collection. So far. One that’s intrigues me, though, is the relatively new Native 5 Moonglow. No, it’s not designed to eviscerate zombies, Sal Glesser forbid. And this isn’t Spyderco’s first green glowing blade. Their first was the ball bearing lock-up Manix 2 Moonglow, introduced a few years back. Curiously bypassing the Cannon and Barnaby Jones Moonglow models, The Native 5 Moonglow was announced a few months back and has just recently started to dribble out of Golden . . .
So when we’re in Houston for the NRA show next week, one of my many quests will be to search one of these out for a little hands on examination. This lockback EDC knife (see, it says EDC right there on that full flat ground blade) ain’t cheap. It retails for about $150, and until the initial demand is filled, they’re going for as much as half that again.
What’s that? Why would anyone want a glow-in-the-dark knife? As Bluto would say, why the hell not?