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Whats your favortie knife?

Discussion in 'Knives' started by jonny8642, Dec 27, 2008.

  1. rackemup

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    Fave folder right now is my BM Military.
    Favorite fixed blade is my Scrap Yard TT Regulator.
     
  2. jp2515

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    My vote goes to the Spyderco Delica. Nice overall shape, fast opening, great clip (and attachment points) and it has different versions (esp. the wave and handle materials)
     
  3. mchlwise

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    I really like the Kershaw R.A.M. It's been my EDC for a couple months.
     
  4. A3C86

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    Spyderco Dragonfly Stainless Steel Plain
    There's just something about the shape of the blade...Like they say: "Little Big Knife"
     
  5. swlman

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    Whenever I leave the house, in my right rear pocket is a fixed blade knife in a pancake sheath from AG Russell called the "Woodswalker." I have had this particular knife for over 20 years and it is part of me now. It took a bit of getting used to, but never have had a complaint. There is a Kydex neck sheath available, got one but didn't like it.
    2 other knives travel with me regularly. A Wenger/Buck collaboration SAK, the unique thing is the main blade is a clip as opposed to the usual spear blade. The other is from Kissing Crane and is an old school knife, a "Browns Mule Sodbuster." This is a carbon steel knife that looks all the world like an Old Hickory paring knife. Catch me outside the house at any time, including Sunday, and for sure one and probably two of these knives will be with me.
     
  6. Frenzied

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    In order of escalating price, my favorites for EDCs are:

    Spyderco Persistence $30
    CRKT Ripple 2 $70
    Spyderco Sage 2 $150
    I've also got to say I really like the small Boker Gamma ceramic blade knife as well... works great as a simple pocket knife when I don't want to clip something larger/heavier to my slacks.

    If I had to give up all but one, and just carry one forever, right now I'd have to keep the Persistence and dump the rest I guess... I have cheap tastes apparently.
     
  7. flash lite

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    I edc a spyderco endura from way back, bought it in 91 and it still works great.
     
  8. Putty

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    Spydie Persistence or Opinel no7
     
  9. along

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    cg fusion battle mistress
     
  10. RoadLessTraveled

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    Don't know that I have a favorite knife, but recently one of these two have often been in my pocket, Spyderco Gayle Bradley and Benchmade 710.
     
  11. JHB69

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    Torn between a Spyderco Kiwi or a Case Mini Copperlock, both are great little lockbacks.
     
  12. zenpolock

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    My favorites (carried daily) are my CRKT Lake Bandera 2, My Benchmade Mini Griptilian and my SAK Soldier (the new 2009 version with the one handed opening and liner lock feature). all of them are so solid. And from three different companies. I dont consider carrying three knives because each has its place.
     
  13. p99fan

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    Benchmade mini-grip, plain drop point. Great quality and value. Mel Pardue is a master.
     
  14. Lord Bear

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    For wood leather cloth....Fallkniven fixed blades. For pallets boxes cardboard paper...folders. Right now for urban edc it's the Caly 3.
     
  15. LilTakkun

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    I have the benchmade 580 barrage and it has the axix lock and axis assist. I love it. Best knife 100$ can buy. It is almost like a switchblade, but legal.
     
  16. daundu

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    Spyderco Ladybug.

    I know, I know, not an EDC proper knife, but I can carry it anywhere and I don't even know I have it until, well, I need it.
     
  17. seawolf69

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    I have 2 favs; both SOGs: the Flash I plain edge and Visionary I. Both awesome!