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Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara 2 Comparison Knife Review with Para Military 2 & Endura 4

If you always wanted to know the difference between the $20 Spyderco Cara Cara 2, the $150 Para Military 2 and $70 Endura 4 this comparison review should help clear it up. I go over ergonomics, construction, blade steel and more. If you think the Spyderco Byrd line of knives is too cheap for you, please lend me some money. Maybe $5. If you would like to purchase any of these knives, do so with the links below to support the channel. Or don’t.

Byrd Cara Cara 2:
http://amzn.to/2FAVRwX
Endura 4:
http://amzn.to/2EUTeZP
Para Military 2:
http://amzn.to/2FDLkkM

28 replies on “Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara 2 Comparison Knife Review with Para Military 2 & Endura 4”

That is not quite how YouTube’s voice sounds. It’s throatier, with a bit more rasp. I know this because YouTube calls me regularly to ask how it should run things. Yah. What I think matters.

I've owned a Cara Cara 2 for a year never had to sharpen it and is a great choice if you don't want to spend $150 on a spyderco

@Advanced Knife Bro loved the video man, u hit the nail on the head I'm looking at this knife for the human skeletal inserts 😂😂😂 Nah but really I'm from Australia and we don't get Bugldget knives here lol Ur $20 Cara Cara 2 here is around $80 with some stores trying to rip $100 lol cheers!

I've never been a Syperdco fan, but I'm trying. I bought a smaller Byrd that I'll probably give to my wife. I guess I could drop $25 on a Cara Cara, then if I like it upgrade and give the other to my wife.
Sorry to hear about the family death. My dad died when I was 33, sucks for sure. Take care though.

I went looking for a review of this knife and you popped up first. I was so surprised I had to rub one out before watching.

I bought the Ganzo knockoff because I had the Delica. I bought the meadowlark 2 because I bought the ganzo. Why I did that? I've got problems.

The standard VG10 of the Endura isn't that much better than the 8cr13MoV of the Cara-Cara2. I've got Endura's in ZDP189, HAP40, V-Toku2 and soon (February hopefully) a Massdrop Super-Gold version. However, I use my Cara-Cara2 much more often. A few swift draws down the edge of the fine Lansky (Turnbox) rods and it's good to go for another few days (dependant on usage obviously).

I think you'll appreciate this Advanced knife brother, I carried an endura for 14 years, a fully serrated one. I loved it, it was the only knife I had at the time. I lost it. Like no chance of finding it lost. Remembered the name spyderco, looked it up, found it and remembered how I paid 90 bucks 14 15 years ago and then realize there such thing as the Byrd Cara Cara 2 so I bought one. I carry it a lot I even got the rescue Cara Cara version so I can have my serrated knife like I used to have but it's just not the same. I find myself alternating between the Cara Cara 2 and my land 9103 but I also have a lot of trouble bucking up the 90 bucks for a new fully serrated Endura which I still dearly miss. One day.

Have the cara cara in G10 – hangs on a hook with a paracord lanyard next to the recycle bin in the garage for cutting down amazon boxes. Damn that prime! Not really an edc knife but in g10 it feels good in hand and serves that purpose of being exactly where I need a bigger blade for an exact task.

I've been told I'm a jerk, but I didn't let that stop me from liking your video. Another good review, thank you.

cool!!! i buy am spyderco bird cara cara 2.. its coming i dont have it yet….. say good luck to mee!!!!! i am ansious to have it!!!

The Byrd opening hole has one actual benefit over the trad Spydie-hole any know what that is? I know I know it

I picked up the half serrated version by mistake and kinda glad I did. Being a beater knife it really introduced me to the joys of serrations. The finger choil is good

The blade looks nice and slice-y. It seems to be a nice fidget-er, too. I just ordered one haha I once was a disciplined knife hobbyist wanting folding gentleman's folders from all over the world, but have found fidgetting flipper knives is a little addictive. All that aside, I like the looks of the Cara Cara. Not too tactical and cool flipping action…and most likely not get me arrested with NY's gravity blade law. Nice review, AKB. It only cost me $20, not bad.

I'm sorry for your loss.

Also, I see that your robins egg blue plastic tray on your 70's Great Neck Corsair tool set grenaded too.

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