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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Dalton Wayne, Mar 23, 2010.
I carry the one I got from the NRA, it holds an edge well and looks good
I carry an old beat-up Buck 110 in my pocket everyday.
this is what I carry, not TO plane.
lol ^ does not qualify! awesome, but definitely not plain.
Kershaw Storm, just a simple folder...
I carry the one I got from the NRA in my work bag, but I also carry a Spyderco Tenacious which was pretty inexpensive but works great. I also have a few Buck knifes that I will throw in a pocket from time to time.
Depends on the day.
Sometimes a Kershaw Scallion, sometimes a Leatherman Skeletool. Not sure if either fits your "plain old pocket knife" qualification, though.
When DW says plain ole pocket knife, I picture this:
I carry a Kershaw Leek. It's pretty standard. Assisted opening, I have disengaged the locking mechanism on mine. Simple, effective and reliable, just like my Glock.
And they look good together.
I've got one I carry all of the time. It's a little single blade knife made by Gerber, it was free with my membership to Buckmasters years ago, plus it was made in the USA...
Model VN54091. Pen comes in handy all the time, much more useful than the stupid toothpick that they usually come with.
I echo this. I work in a plant so I carry the Skeletool pictured above M-F. Saturday and Sunday (and any day I don't need a multi tool) I case a Case Stag Stockman (Medium frame). I have dozens of them in stag...it's worse than my Glock addiction. It's the kind of knife my granddad carried and I always associate it with him. I actually carried his EDC knife on my wedding day and then stored it away for safe keeping.
I have a plastic camo handled case XX in my pocket at the moment. Has 1 blade 2" or less. It has done the jobs of bigger knives.
cold steel ti-lite everyday
Given to me by my girl 5yrs ago... Been in my pocket ever since.
I carry a plain Old Timer that was passed down to me when my dad passed away. Holds an edge like nothing else, but I have never seen an Old Timer knife that didnt. Plus the knife is probably 25-30 years old and has alot of sentimental value.
Classic SAK my wife gave 20 years ago.
I have a little non-serrated single blade knife with a bass on it that I carry with me everyday. It's probably not the best weapon to defend myself with but it does everything else a pocket knife should like opening boxes. I want to get a Spyderco one day.
Yep, a plain old Gerber LST ultra-light pocket knife. I purchased it at the Cav store in Radcliff KY when I was stationed at Ft. Knox between 1985-88.
During the last 25 years or so, I have owned (usually winning them at matches) numerous other knives (Al Mar, Spyderco, C.R.K.T., Kershaw to name a few) but I like this little light weight knife.
Fortunately or Unfortunately, I have no delusions of being a knife fighter extraordinaire; I'll leave that stuff to the high speed/low drag types. My little Gerber is perfect for my knife needs.
Plain old just doesn't mean the same nowadays.
I regularly carry a Victorinox deluxe tinker, and a CRKT M16-13.
That is not to say that I don't have "plain old" knives. I have some pretty sweet Buck, and Schrade lockback knives. Not the junk chinese crap either, but the good American made stuff.