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Your EDC Knife

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    Top is CRKT Ignitor assisted opening. Great knife that has never failed me.
    Bottom is Top Edge Rescue knife, also never failed me. The glass breaker works fantastically.


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    Agreed on the ignitor. It is a mule- anything from cutting to prying to screwing stuff in, its a great knife. Just got my Spyderco Tenacious today. Its a big flippin' knife, but incredibly sharp. I like the way my ignitor opens, but my Tenacious will probably be in my pocket more often than not for a while.

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    Spyderco Endura wave....fastest knife you can own imo and dang sharp. That's weak side for weapon retention and right side is a Kershaw junk yard dog composite blade
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    At work I carry a Benchmade 9051 AFO II.

    All other times I carry a Benchmade 470 Emissary.
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    "The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary.
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    SOG Flash I for EDC general use.
    Spyderco Tenacious with spyderedge for EDC Tactical

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    Gerber F.A.S.T Draw and my Leatherman New Wave.

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    Benchmade Mini-Griptilian for general chores and I guess last resort defense.

    CRKT Folts Minimalist on my belt at 11:55 for defense.
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    I completely regret selling my Chris Reeve Sebenza. The next folder I pick up will be a plain Sebenza or Umnumzaan. Still carrying the Benchmade 710 or the Rat Cutlery (ESEE Knives now) Izula. I'll be picking up a Strider SA-L some time soon to replace the Izula for a small fixed blade. Not sure if I have a pic of my current 710, but the old one is a few pages back.

    Izula with the Emerson and Strider. I like Emersons but I don't like relying on the Wave feature and would much prefer a frame lock to his liner lock.



    I just picked this up recently and it stays in the car in my bag. So, I guess I could call it an everyday carry, in a way.

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    ^ That's a great car-knife. My trunk holds a Strider BT.SS - I've used it to cut off a part of my car....

    I'm a light-user on my folders (I actually sold all of my Strider folders: I just wasn't using them, or even having occasion to use them - so I decided to pass them along to someone who'd enjoy them more), so I haven't done it (yet), but have you thought about converting the Emersons to frame-locks?

    Among the knives I regret selling is a plain small Sebbie. That thing was, in-retrospect, perhaps a perfect user.

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    I had thought about converting them to frame locks… about a month after I sold the two I owned! So, what I need to do is pick up another Chris Reeve folder, either the Sebenza or Umnumzaan, and be done with it. I buy and sell knives way to much even though I know what works for me.
    Proven combat techniques may not be flashy and may require a bit more physical effort on the part of the shooter. Further, they may not win competition matches, but they will help ensure your survival in a shooting or gunfight on the street. ~Paul Howe

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    SOG Trident, carry it everywhere! If I am formally dressed I carry a SOG Flash 1. Both are strong, sturdy, and SHARP!
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    Strider DB-L with gunner grips.




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