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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Tony Sal, Oct 4, 2014.
Oh you are insane, very cool!
Tomorrow, SAK Waiter...
And on anther note/site, a traditional SAK here in NYC should not be a problem, not a Little Knife but OK, I carry a Spartan - have carried a Buck 110 and Benchmade 550 in the past, had explaining to do once, so its back to a very useful Spartan or little Waiter....
On my VERY RARE forays into NYC (generally Flushing...!), I always carry some sort of SAK and maybe a peanut. I've carried as large as an Alox Farmer or a SAK Huntsman. Never been stopped, which is a good thing. I'm not 100% sure if I'm 'over the line' with the Farmer or the Huntsman. Also usually a LM Squirt.
Moshe ben David
On the often occasions the better half and I would take the train from D.C. up to NYC for an overnight , a Leatherman squirt was in my pocket. It's a great urban edc.
I dont Think a Huntsman would cause you any problems.....
This just in:
Purple synthetic is the new black!
(Man, I love the Case Peanut knives)
White is very nice too,
Ok to say, all Case knives are good.....
Googling now, thanks Enabler!!
Never met one I didnt like.
Although I have and enjoy knives from all around the world I enjoy the American-made/high quality cache' of the Case line as well.
Boker Plus Pelican
This may not qualify but it's kinda small.
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Among my older Gerbers is the model 200 (Micro-light LST), which is only 2" closed. Shown with the rest of its LST siblings (300, 400, 500, 600)
Yes! Have 2 400s with different blade shapes, one came with the pocketclip...
Interesting! Oh I thought 34 ot nice one, like the the lock.
The U.S. made Gerber LST line has no need to take a back seat to any pocket knife. Very good using knives when you're only interested in how well they perform in the real world. I've used the LST and found it a good knife that weighted about the same as a medium size feather. Sharpened up easy, held a good edge for a reasonable amount of time. I gave away the big Gator, just didn't have need for a folding knife that big. I wish they still made the micro LST!
My newest "little knife".
I would have no need for the bottle opener part (lolol)
Very nice !
But HULM my buddy, hows about a name mod # etc .....