TheKnot

Every day carry knives

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Just picked up a few more , both open assist blades by Kershaw . These are some well made blades i am glad i added them to my pile . Post picks of your favorite EDC if your into it  , my new leek and cryo

 

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I don't have the picture, but.......


 



I like my stainless steel folding Kobalt box cutter with Irwin Blue Blades.


It isn't fancy, but its utilitarian prowess is exceptional. No sharpening required either.


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I own quite a few :D some of my favorites are SpyderCo PM2 and a Benchmade 940, at least from the ones that get used. I have some that are shelf queens too lol

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just a cross section of what I have as I have a big collection.

1-hawkbill [Tac-Force] power assist.

2-tanto armor piercing[M-tech ballistic]power assist.

3-armor piercing point[M-tech ballistic]powerassist.

all 4.5 inch blades.

 

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Got a Kershaw from a friend as a company freebie with the company logo on the blade. I like it better than knives that cost 3 times as much.1830070



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Nice knives gentlemen, I carry any lightweight knife I can find and have a few no-name cheapos. I'm always misplacing them so I don't like spending too much on them .

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I like the old type, high carbon steel. very easy to put a shaving sharp edge on. A couple of strokes on a ceramic rod and you can spit hairs again. 


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Back in the day as a youngerster in boiyscouts, we were taught the SWISS ARMY KNIFE is the only knife to have. For years I carried one.

Then I was introduced to the leatherman... thought it was stupid until I lost my swiss.

 

Now 20yrs later...only carry a leatherman....lost without it.

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 i vote for swiss army. leatherman's are great but for everyday pocket knife i prefer a smaller profile.


 smellfish, congrats on making it to 20. got 5 on my present swiss and that's my record 


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