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What is your EDC knife, right now? (Chapter 11)

Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Aug 28, 2015.

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    Right there.

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    Flitstones, anyone? ;)

    Very nice :)

    I don't want to see the price tag but CRKT would be interested for sure to make a bigger batch of knives with this lock.

    Their CQ is not the best but it's cool that they like to support such innovations.
    I very much enjoyed the Fulcrum, the GlideLock2 and the OD-2.
    I wish they'd still make the OD-1, it's kinde expensive to buy a used one.

    Maybe the Chinese knifemakers see this and bring out their own "interpretation".
    Or maybe the inventor should contact Kizer or Reate or Ruike and whonot to make a production knife with this lock.
     
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    Yellow CV Trapper in left front pocket in a leather slip and a Chestnut bone CV Peanut in my coin pocket. Also rotate through my other medium sized Case knives that I throw in along with the other two just for the heck of it. [​IMG][​IMG]

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    SAK Yeoman and Ferrum Forge Gent.
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    I used to frequently carry a larger single blade folder with my SAK, but since getting the Gent, I just really like the Gent.
     
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    That Gent is classy! Beautiful lines!

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    Haven't had a chance to sharpen my knives so I have just been using this.[​IMG][​IMG]

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    Start of a new week:
    • LF pocket, on dangler: LM Squirt PS4
    • Coin pocket: Spyderco Ladybug Salt Hawkbill; yellow FRN lock back; 1 7/8" H1 hawkbill steel blade, SE grind
    • Belt sheath at 9 o'clock: LM Blast. Also have a 4" Ti CountyCom 'widgy bar' and a PocketWrench II in the sheath. The PocketWrench is for anchoring the blind nut if present whilst I'd be turning the nut or screw head on the other side...
    • RF pocket, on a P7 dangler: SAK 'Super Tinker'; traditional red celidor scales. Main blade ~2 5/8" spearpoint; ~1 5/8" pen blade. Backside tools include: phillips driver; reamer/awl; straight pin; package hook. Main side tools include: scissors; straight screwdriver/cap lifter/wire stripper; can opener/small flat screwdriver/small phillips driver; tweezers; toothpick. The Super Tinker to me is just a slightly junior MT compared with the Huntsman & Fieldmaster!
    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    I agree. It is so thin that it carries very well and I love how smooth the action is. I ordered a second one from Massdrop that will have rosewood handles to match the handles on my p938.
     
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    Hands down THE SHARPEST knife I have ever owned.


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    One of these...

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