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

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

  1. tensixteen

    tensixteen Loaded Pockets

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  2. A.B.

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    That are a lot of knives to carry all at once

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  3. tensixteen

    tensixteen Loaded Pockets

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    Yeap, I carry them in a pouch I made which carries up to 12 each time:$
     
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  4. A.B.

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    But why so many? Serious question.

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  5. tensixteen

    tensixteen Loaded Pockets

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    Actually that’s a valid question. For me, I don’t need so many knives, but I carry because I enjoy using them, carrying and admiring them. And since it isn’t much of a hassle, I’ll just carry:)
     
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  7. aicolainen

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    Really bad pic today, but the knife on the other hand, is very good. And a nice surprise.
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    I have higher end Benchmades, but the Bugout is in many ways better than all of them.
    I liked the design from the beginning, but heard many reviewers complain about the plastic scales, so I was on the fence for a good while.
    My other Benchmades have more expensive materials and might be tougher and stand up to more abuse, but I've had the Bugout for a good while now, and it's the one I carry most (of my BMs, and maybe overall as well). A really nice blade, super light carry and maybe the smoothest action of them all (they are all very good though). I also like how it naturally gives a good working grip and position of the hand. Not as good ergonomically as the mini-griptillian, maybe, but still preferable because of the way it locks into your hand, and how close to the blade you get.
    There seems to be a big market for replacement scales in different materials for this knife, I don't think I'll ever consider that. These scales fit the purpose of this knife just perfectly.
     
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    Wow! Several thousand dollars worth of sharp! That's a beautiful and impressive collection.

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  9. tensixteen

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    Thanks:) I like having themes:)

    Gold theme:)
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  10. awyeah

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    My new Spyderco Tenacious.

    Been a while since I’ve had a new knife... now I want more.

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    Cold Steel XL Voyager clip point.
     
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    Got my Shirogorov 95T a little bro...currently my all time favorite smallish knive

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    The Neon Lite is my favorite knife. I do really like the tread pattern 95, but I’d really like to get my hands on one of the Shirogorov and Chris Reeve collabs.
     
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    Not mine, but I really liked this one, timing sucked or I mighta had it!

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    There's a reason why this Forum is known as an Enabler! ;)

    Welcome to the addiction!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    Start of a new week. I just may stick with these all week long...!
    • LF pocket, on Pangea Ti Pickpocket dangler: LM Squirt PS4
    • RF pocket, on pocket wire clip: Spyderco D'Allara 3 (named as a memorial to a 9/11 1st responder - so definitely appropriate for this week!) #C82GP3; black G-10 scales; skeletonize steel liners; ceramic ball bearing lock (no cage, unlike on a Manix 2); 3.4" drop point CPM-S30V PE blade, satin finish. To my eyes, the blade shape is similar to say a SpydieChef... Absolutely a larger knife, but overall slim in the pocket. Hell of a slicer; smooth action. Pics below via BHQ!
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    • RF coin pocket: Spyderco Manbug; black FRN handle with lock back; 1 7/8" VG-10 leaf shaped FFG SE blade.

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      L'chaim!

      Moshe ben David