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Discussion in 'Knives' started by pipedreams, Aug 15, 2006.
Hope this picture shows the difference in colors better than my last pic.
My first Fellhoelter. I really like the heft to it. Ergonomics are excellent even for a lefty like me.
I really like how Spyderco designs resemble Prehistoric animals ;^)
BE WELL .. GH
Some fall folders
Born in the USA..........
Hatchetjack, what's the knife second from the bottom in the row on the right?
I believe its a Kershaw Breakout
Yeah, looks like it. Thanks. I knew it looked like a Kershaw, just couldn't place it.
My edc blade's I have been carrying lattley
awesome collection. Its great all of yours are made in the USA. I stopped buying foreign-made knives a little bit ago. I love the beat up BM pardue to!
Don't make feel bad about my knives Bladeblabber
I know mine are imports and I try make sure the company is owned in the USA
I'm Trying to keep some of my money here.
fresh picked apples.
I'm a benchmade fanboy.
The Pardue is my oldest knife. I think once you get a 1/2 dozen or so in the rotation, they look like safe queens. I might swap out for another folder while never using the previous one, plus there's always the "go to" which is my BM.
Ive noticed most of the imported knives you have are spydercos, so thats still a good thing because as you said that money can help go to the USA made stuff to. They are still awesome knives no doubt. There's just something about saying my knife was made here that means a lot to me...
@hatchetjack. Thats the problem with a lot of my knives now. I have A LOT of cheaper ones that I bought before getting into more expensive knives. Now they never get used. I dont want to sell a lot of them either because some have sentimental value to me. Oh well, can't ever have enough knives i guess....
Here are the knives that get carried the most. for the last month or so the protech/emerson has been clipped to my pocket almost 100% of the time. I like to have one knife that i carry 90% and then maybe 1 or 2 times a week carry a different one. It just makes things a lot easier and more simple.
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