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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Dr Jekell, Jul 19, 2012.
I love my Sage 1, but THAT's going to be my next Spyderco! Awesome!
Kershaw Burst is in my pocket every day.
I keep a Drone in the truck as a backup
Sorry Kamm, I know that you will be posting your own shot of yours soon!(think I feel the same when Tower and Vesp post pics of their XM's)
Been my Emerson CQC-7V. Have 2 x Kershaw Cryo's on the way.
These two today. I'm in love.
Current favorite: CRKT Ripple, love the aluminum scales, great grip, great opening mechanism.
I love it!
I keep using this dump pic. Regular large Sebenza and a Damascus JRP frame lock.
Something completely different today
Been a few month since it's been in my pocket, so spent a good couple of hours cleaning and lubing it plus giving a nice new edge profile and mirror polish sharpening job.
My 2 normal edc's.
I need it. What is it?!
Michael Morris friction folder.
Excuse my ignorance but what is this knife (the non CRK)? I love it!
Damascus JRP frame lock.
Thank you, I am just looking at his website. Some amazing knives.
Muchas gracias señorita.
I use a knife a lot for small tasks so my EDC is a Swedish Fallkniven U2 ,,,,,, it's not an expensive knife so I can afford to lose it or total it without worrying but it has a wonderful laminated Super Gold Powder Steel blade hardened up to 62. The low cost determines that the handle is plastic and there is a tiny bit of slop in the blade pivot but it doesn't rattle or flop around when I'm doing some delicate cutting so it's not a problem. I've got quite few attractive mid priced knives from the US, Finland and Germany,,with nice scales and no slop,,,,but because of the frequency of use have found the blades need sharpening daily ,,,,, the U2 edge has only needed attention a couple of times and it's been easy to sharpen. If I lost it then I'd buy another immediately without considering other options. When I'm in the shed or around the garden I also carry an Enlan Chinese folder that cost about $10 including postage and it is great for the jobs when I need to hit the blade or be really rough. The build quality of this budget blade is terrific,,,, it's an attractive knife, well made and it's a joy to use. Once again,, if I lost it I would buy another