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

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

  1. keycutter

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    Thank you very much!!


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  2. ty_higg

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    Been these 3 all week!
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  3. Moshe ben David

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    @ty_higg: what is that last one, with the micarta scale and the lanyard? I'm guessing it is a GEC/Tidioute, but which pattern? I like the look of it... Not that I dislike the others; just this one really resonated for me!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  4. Moshe ben David

    Moshe ben David Loaded Pockets

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    So, this week I'm getting an earlier start to changing my rotation. ;)
    • LF pocket, on Pangea Ti Pickpocket dangler: LM Squirt PS4. I've realized I've never shown the blade on this MT. The knife is 420HC; 1.6". This one is just about ALWAYS with me, unless for some bizarre reason I'm wearing a suit -- which I usually successfully avoid these days! ;)

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    • Right hip, in a belt sheath: Buck 112 Ranger; the 'little brother' to the 110. Lock back; synthetic scales with brass bolsters; built like a small tank; 3" 420HC hollow grind clip point PE blade. I love these old school knives!

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    • In the '5th pocket': Spyderco ClipiTool; SS handle; slip joint construction; 8Cr13MoV blades; primary blade: FFG PE 2 1/8" leaf shape; secondary: 'straight' (sorta) 2 1/8" SE blade. Nothing fancy, but just really useful as a complement to my primary knife!

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    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  5. Elmiro Dungfoot

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  6. ty_higg

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    You are correct It’s a #43 Oregon trapper with natural micarta.

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  7. Moshe ben David

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    @ty_higg: thanks for getting back to me ^^ !

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  8. ty_higg

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    No problem!


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  9. Moshe ben David

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    Mid-week rotation change:
    • LF pocket, on Pangea Ti Pickpocket dangler: LM Squirt PS4. I've realized I've never shown the blade on this MT. The knife is 420HC; 1.6". This one is just about ALWAYS with me, unless for some bizarre reason I'm wearing a suit -- which I usually successfully avoid these days!

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    • RF pocket, in a leather slip case: Case Mini Trapper #65305, pattern 6.5207W SS; honey 'bone stag' covers; Case 'Tru Sharp' SS blades: 2 3/4" wharncliff and 2 5/8" slip point.
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    • In the '5th pocket': Spyderco Ladybug; SS handle; lock back; VG-10 leaf shaped blade: 1 7/8" hollow grind SE 2 1/8" leaf shape
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    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  10. Mikhail Weiss

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    Böker Kalashnikov, partially serrated. It started life as an automatic, then the spring broke and I haven't yet replaced it, so it's a flippity-floppity button lock.
     
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  12. EMarkM

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    Translucent blue Vic Huntsman (inherited from my late wife) today. No pics yet, as I’m currently “between” image hosting sites: something I need to get sorted.
     
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    Have you tried the Tapatalk app? It's a forum browser that allows you to post pics directly from your phone or tablet. It's not only easy to use, you can sort and view all of the forums you frequent from one app.

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  14. EMarkM

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    Hey, thanks for that. In all my years of owning a smart phone, I’ve resisted TapATalk until now, but I’ve read in a few posts on this forum that it does make posting photos much easier.

    I’ll definitely take a closer look at it when I get the chance.

    Thanks again :)
     
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    I’m another supporter of TapATalk. In addition to easier photo hosting, on smaller devices, it is easier to read.
     
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  16. EMarkM

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    Cheers; I’ll definitely look into it.
     
  17. Willy

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    When I am "working" around the house/yard and doin' stuff you normally would not do to a nice knife, I carry the old guy with me. Great for scraping, cutting, digging and a bit of prying. Been with me since the mid 70s.
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    There is nothing like a good tool that your not afraid to beat up on.
     
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  19. Willy

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    You are correct. Can't even remember how many times I have dropped it on floors, concrete, dirt etc.
     
  20. EMarkM

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    Posting this from the Tapatalk app, so hopefully it just works. Thanks again for the tip off.

    Edit: Looks like it does! Let’s try a pic. Today’s Huntsman:-

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