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What is your EDC knife right now? Part 1

Discussion in 'Knives' started by TKC, Mar 6, 2008.

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  1. Zero-7

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  2. nuphoria

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    You chaps have been posting some great pics of some really nice knives recently... group hug ;D
     
  3. eacas10

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    Spyderco Chaparral

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    crappy pic but awesome EDC knife:)
     
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    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.
     
  5. karafire2003

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    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!
     
  6. Flash Owl

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    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
     
  7. Flash Owl

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    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.
     
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  9. RonReagan

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    Just got my Izula and KSF Adirondack in the mail earlier today so it is my go to for carry now.
     
  10. Mr_Moe

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    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).

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  11. emt1231

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    Today I am have my Benchmade Ritter mini grip, my favorite knife
     
  12. Makeshift

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    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.

    Jeffrey

    And to keep it legit, Silver Alox Farmer with a Clipdraw :)
     
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    Today I am traveling light with just the Wenger Teton.
     
  14. JAfromMn

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    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. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  15. mikey

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    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. :)
     
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    That's one nice blade! I would love to get on sometime!
     
  17. JAfromMn

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    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.
     
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    I can't remember the model name. But in my pocket I'm carrying the Benchmade that wishes it were a Sebenza -
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    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.
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    Whoa. Nice Benchmade. Cool lanyard too, I'm liking the diamond knot.:)
     
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    Thank you.

    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. :)
     
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