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Discussion in 'Knives' started by TKC, Mar 6, 2008.
Sorry bad phone Pic...but you get the idea
Small Sebenza 21. Just picked one up from Plaza Cutlery. Great place to check out knives if you live close by.
Lately it's been either the XHP Manix 2 or the A.G. Russell Medium Gunstock Lockback.
Currently my edc is Emerson cqc7, great knife and wave feature rocks.
SAK Hiker and Leatherman Juice S2
I just got me a new Hinderer XM-18 flipper....Tank of a knife but fast and smooth.....
I can't seem to justify investing in something other than my SAK. It does everything that I'm asking of a EDC knife. I've given up on the notion that I'll be needing a better knife for my EDC tasks.
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Just slimmed down from my Ontario RAT Model 1 to a kershaw skyline. Kinda miss the rat but it's in my bag so I can get to it if I need a bigger knife.
nice, i need one in yellow
This past week it has been my ZT0500 MUDD, and Steel Warrior Cigar Whittler.
yup. i wish they made a Tinker or even Tinker Small with a locking blade.
That's my go-to knife especially if someone asks for one. It is probably my most used knife (a Wenger Journeyman) on the go because of the Philips head and straight screwdriver.
But I'm not a fan of blades that don't lock, having had slipjoints close on my fingers over the years.
There's always tomorrow! Are they no longer selling it?
Do you know there are two makers of true swiss army knives? (edit: mr Scribble does ) And the other one, Wenger, makes 85mm SAKs/cadet size with locking blades. Like the Wenger Evo S18, a super tinker with a locking blade and saw. I have some 30-40 SAKs and I actually prefer Wengers.
sorry for stock photo
Benchmade 2550 Automatic
Love it, love benchmade products.
I just got this new Busse HACK ....its going to replace my PSK in my KSF sheath...
I have a Victorinox One-Handed Trekker (OHT) and a Vic Centurian. Both are locking blades. They are similar except the OHT has a Spydie hole; the Centurian has a nail nick.
I have both Wengers and Vics. Some say the Vic quality is better. I don't like the way Vic engineered their scissors or the shape of their can opener, though. For me the Wenger equivalents are better. Wenger has come out with a lot of more trendy, futuristic looking models lately. I tend to like the old school red scales with Swiss cross look. But I also like Alox handled Vics. Nice to look at, thin, and durable.