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The Little Knives

Discussion in 'Knives' started by Tony Sal, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. Tony Sal

    Tony Sal EDC Junkie!!!

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    Knives are not 'toys' and some tiny ones are very sharp! Great for keychains, gentleman/office carry- have any little ones, brand or no name in your knife draw?
     
  2. Tony Sal

    Tony Sal EDC Junkie!!!

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    Half inch long switch blade! I'm bad! Lol
     
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  3. jds1

    jds1 Loaded Pockets

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    I keep this little Spyderco on my key ring.

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    Jeff
     
  4. Sriracha

    Sriracha Loaded Pockets

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    Most of favorite knives are small!
     
  5. Monocrom

    Monocrom Loaded Pockets

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    Really wish TT still made those sweet tweezers.

    Mine is a Gerbert LST (the 2-inch bladed version).


    Small but very handy and useful. Plus, it's legal to carry in NYC and doesn't scare the civilians with their sheep-based mentality and idiotic fear of knives.
     
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  6. cmo
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    I have a SAK manager on all my keyrings.
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    Here is a group photo of a few cherished small folders
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    Just for good measure...a very fine and very small fixed blade.
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  7. jds1

    jds1 Loaded Pockets

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    Hey cmo,

    Who made that gorgeous little fixed blade, and what scale material is that?

    Jeff
     
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  8. jackknife

    jackknife Loaded Pockets

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    My all time favorite small knife for the keyring is my Victorinox classic. Small but effective blade for opening packages, scissors, nail file with small SD tip that handles number 2 and smaller phillips screws well. Tweezers work well too. Being attached to my car key, I can't leave home without it.

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  9. SMAJ
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    okay, so I ordered this small knife, and just got it today...I guess when they say 'bug' they were being literal!! Did not know it would be that small but added it to my keyring none the less!
     
  10. jds1

    jds1 Loaded Pockets

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    It will be surprisingly useful.

    Jeff
     
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  11. Freman

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    I like the Mini Tuff Lite myself.

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    Here it is with a big brother.
     
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  13. Tony Sal

    Tony Sal EDC Junkie!!!

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    I think 1" actually- and thus resl mini stainless Buck!
     
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  14. Tony Sal

    Tony Sal EDC Junkie!!!

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    Ah!!! That little yelliw one! Inhad one from Dad and cant find it :(
     
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  15. Tony Sal

    Tony Sal EDC Junkie!!!

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    Yes! Have that little V SAK- very handy'
     
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  16. jackknife

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    The old Christy knife make a great keychain knife. Just a tad longer than the Vic classic, it has a razor thin blade that gets razor sharp and is replaceable. Blade locks out in three different length. This one is about 40 years old, but they still make the same knife. Kind of like a pocket scalpel.

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    I've posted this several places recently, but I carry a Case baby Butterbean in the office. It's great. [​IMG]
    Pictured here with the Medium Stockman I bought today!
     
  18. aerosxl

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    I have a keychain butterfly knife that I got in a gift shop... Let's just say I have spoons that are sharper. It's fun to play with though.
     
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    The picture is meant to show the size difference of the micron against my other normal edc knives but this thread could apply to both the Micron and the Kershaw OD-2. Cool thing about the micron is it fits literally anywhere. Wallet, necklace, pocket, cut away in your shoe. And it's cheap. :)
     
  20. jackknife

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    What truly amazes me is how much real world cutting and other use the tiny Victorinox classic can do. THe screw driver tip on the naifile tool does well on all kinds of small phillips screws. I've fixed the twist grip speed control on a Minicota electric trolling motor our on a big lake, replaced the latch on the clothes drier door with it, and replaced light switch plates with nicer looking ones from Home Depot. I go and look at a job and see what kind of tool I'm going to need, and many times I don't have to walk to my tool box. I just use the little classic.

    For it's size, it's an amazing piece of personal kit.
     
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