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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Eric, May 22, 2012.
Kershaw chive at work, and a RAM at home.
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Here's you ultimate box cutter. I use this one in my roofing training classes.
Gerber Exchange a Blade.
Every day...Kershaw Whirlwind
Neck knife - Esee Izula Rat - I have wrapped my handle with paracord and trimmed the case down.
Microtech Socom Elite auto
8/2000 date, 154-CM steel
My choices are very traditional: 1) Buck 3 bladed pocket knife, may be called the stockman, not sure; 2) a small 2 bladed Case pen type knife.
None too expensive.
S O G Flash Tanto. Everywhere.
Kershaw Chive for me. I love how it disappears in my pocket, but still is a very useful size for everything I've needed a blade for....
Spyderco CoPilot every day as a money clip
An Emerson CQC7 about 50/ of the time
SpyderCo Endura for the last 20 years or so... Man I feel old!
But I updated it to this model: http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=1076
It has a McPherson or something notch on the blade that lets u draw with it open faster than any spring release I've ever seen, plus a Glock armorers tool, can't beat that for the price.
Usually a Chris Reeve Sebenza. Lately I've been carrying the bottom one in this pic.
Other times I carry a Hinderer XM-18, or another model Chris Reeve.
Benchmade 15030 Axis
I carry a Buck #521.
It is very thin and has served me well for casual and formal events. It also retains a great edge.
I favor a Spyderco Endura with the Emerson wave.
Zero Tolerance 0551 and an 0350 but if I can ever get my hands on an 0560 that would replace the 0551. Anyone sensing a pattern yet?? I LOVE Zero Tolerance knives!
spyderco centofante or byrd FRN Cara Cara
Recently a sprint run Spyderco Para Military 2 in M390. This is by far the best slicer I have owned. Made me rethink my knife needs. I have sold all of my beefier knives since getting this.
I only have 2 daily use knives:
And my Glocktalk Spyderco: