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What Knife Do You Use/Carry?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Eric, May 22, 2012.


  1. Bushflyr

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  2. Travclem

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    That looks awfully familiar.

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  3. BEER

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    bad example

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    that's no stock bedlam. what mods are done to it besides the "hook"?
     
  4. syntaxerrorsix

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    "wave"

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  5. Cybercowboy

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    Support the 2nd

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    Same knife I carry. Very nice and a decent bargain at $70 or so online.
     
  6. JFrame

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    My usual carry blades are either the Sage 1 (second from left) or the Superhawk (far right)...

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  7. took

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    TOPS Iraq-JAC
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  9. happyguy

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    Was just gifted a new Case Trapper with bone handles.

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  10. ancient_serpent

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    Cold Steel AK-47 and a Kabar Large TDI fixed blade.
     
  11. lumbermill

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    My TOPS CQC Thunder Hawke hunter point folder now shares duty with my Bark River Bravo Necker. Both are excellent edged tools in my opinion.


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  12. Sharkey

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    Currently carrying a Kershaw Knockout.

    CRKT Foresight and the new Maxpedition frame lock I saw at Shot will be the next knives I buy.
     
  13. railfancwb

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    Currently carrying a Kershaw Leek with assisted opening, partial serrated blade, pocket/belt clip and blade lock. First knife I've carried with such a blade. My carry knives get used for whatever comes along...cleaning fingernails, opening boxes, cutting ropes, etc. so I really don't want or need to carry a multi-hundred dollar showpiece.


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  14. jlhenry

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    Benchmade mini griptilian. Does everything I need it to for under $100.


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  15. harrygunner

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    Strider SnG double gunner grip


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  17. Patchman

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    Spyderco Ladybug

    Al Mar Ultralight folder (Hawk? Falcon? IDK)

    Three Cold Steel rescue glass-breaker/seatbelt cutter knives, one in each family cars.

    I also own a couple of old style Cold Steel Voyagers (Tanto and Gunsite models) that I haven't carried in decades. And have a number of Bucks and Spyderco Delicas in the tool boxes.
     
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  18. lavon_andy

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    Opinel #8

    It's about a $10 knife that is carbon steel, easy to keep sharp as anything else.

    It will rust, but it's a practical knife, simple safety, and if you beat the crap out of it it's cheap to replace. I'm rough on knives and have had a few 50-100 knives but for me the opinel performs just as well and can hold a nice edge.

    Nothing amazing to look at but very functional.

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Opinel-Knife-Carbon-Beechwood-Handle/dp/B004AMY6GS/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1360206221&sr=8-3&keywords=opinel"]Amazon.com: #8 Opinel Knife Carbon Steel Blade w/ Beechwood Handle: Sports & Outdoors@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21X4JTUusNL.@@AMEPARAM@@21X4JTUusNL[/ame]
     
  19. jrd22

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    Leatherman c33tx. Everything I need, and the blade stays sharp longer than I expected for stainless. I'm always using the screwdrivers, and the bottle opener of course:))
     
  20. dougader

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