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Discussion in 'Knives' started by TKC, Mar 6, 2008.
Volt II by Garcia.Jose, on Flickr
You chaps have been posting some great pics of some really nice knives recently... group hug ;D
crappy pic but awesome EDC knife
I carry the CRKT M16-14sfg. It takes up my whole pocket, but it's nice to know it's there if I need it.
Don't laugh, but this is what I am carrying: Husky knife with changeable blades, because I lost my SOG Twitch XL.
So, I'm shopping around for a knife too. I miss my twitch!
what spydie is that?? and it looks like a compression lock.
how is the blade tip thickness on that thing?
EDIT: did a search of compression locks, and found out its the super leaf;D
good luck with that... they arent exactly easy to find. theres a satin serrated mini A-100 on the CPF MP right now at a good deal.
i only found 1 dealer with the satin plain edge version a-100, and had a horrible experience with them. i wont be going back to them, even though they seem to be the only ones with the specific model emersons i want.
BE WELL .. GH
Just got my Izula and KSF Adirondack in the mail earlier today so it is my go to for carry now.
Indeed, it's the Superleaf. That knife is built like a tank, but surprisingly light. I love it. The blade is very sturdy, I think it has one of the thickest Spydie blades.
Edit: snapped a few more shots, hope that helps some (used a UKPK for comparison).
Today I am have my Benchmade Ritter mini grip, my favorite knife
I'm open to all of the variations finish and edge wise so it won't be as narrow a search for me. I've already found a few online.
And to keep it legit, Silver Alox Farmer with a Clipdraw
Today I am traveling light with just the Wenger Teton.
A good SAK is all you need mikey.
I am using my Sage 2 today. The more I use this knife the more I like it. It has a Nice blade shape and grind to do a lot of tasks very well.
Yeah, Joel the Teton is a very good SAK with useful tools on it. I like your Sage 2 and its cool that you are getting use out of it.
That's one nice blade! I would love to get on sometime!
Thank's Sycotics and mikey
The Sage 2 is almost to nice to use“Almost”.
I will have to start edcing a knife with a FRN handel once it get's cold outside.
I am enjoying it while I can winter is coming soon.
I can't remember the model name. But in my pocket I'm carrying the Benchmade that wishes it were a Sebenza -
Preferring to have a fixed blade with, I have a Bark River Gunny in my EDC bag. Also in the bag I keep a pocket organizer with an SAK OH Trekker in it. Not that I feel a need for three knives, but the pocket organizer may get moved bag to bag - the SAK is one that's pretty much always with me.
Whoa. Nice Benchmade. Cool lanyard too, I'm liking the diamond knot.
You know ... I was so proud of myself for making that lanyard but for the life of me I know I couldn't do it again w/o instructions in front of me.