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Your EDC Knife

This is a discussion on Your EDC Knife within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; HK/Benchmade axis lock knife very similar to this one: 14255 Details | Benchmade and if anyone is wondering, i HIGHLY recomend this knife or any ...

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    HK/Benchmade axis lock knife
    very similar to this one:
    14255 Details | Benchmade


    and if anyone is wondering, i HIGHLY recomend this knife or any of the axis lock knives. quick to open, VERY strong and durable, and very easy to close
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    My main carry is a S&W Emergency Responder knockoff that I use for stuff that is relatively clean. I have a spring assisted blade that is purely for SD, and another cheap knife for dirty work.
    Ductus Exemplo

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    Magazine <> clip - know the difference

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    I say, use what you carry. With Spyderco selling the Sharpmaker, there is no excuse for not using your knife. The sharpmaker makes sharpening too easy. If you have never tryed it, definately do. Best 50 bucks spent for a knife guy! I feel that the more you use your sd blade, even for boring chores like letter opening, cutting cardboard, etc. the more you will be familiar with it, and thats what you want. You want reaching, gripping, opening and using your blade to be 2nd nature. Something you don't have to think about. If you get dull, no problem. I have my sharpmaker set up all the time and its become habit to take a few swipes every night when I take my blade out of my pocket. Simple and effective....

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    My EDC of late has been a Kershaw Skyline Kershaw Knives Skyline Flipper 3-1/8" Plain Edge Blade with G10 Handles - Knifecenter.com

    Not much money for a great blade! it came literally shaving sharp (my arm hair is just about fully grown back.) And the steel is so much easier to sharpen then my gerber folders... The flipper works very well and with a little practice opening it second nature and is done very fast.
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    i rotate,

    right now is a full size kasper from crkt, its kinda old so its been used.

    sometimes i carry my delica wave, thats a flesh only knife

    and sometimes i carry my bench griptilian full size.

    for everyday cutting task, im normally not in urgent need of a cutting tool so i go back to my car for my multi tool....

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    I carry the Benchmade 15020 on the bottom. 3.36" D2 blade, 4.62" closed. Works great for everyday cutting tasks, fills the hand nicely and the scales are durable and grippy. The SOG PE18 on top will be sold soon, too big for EDC for me and I don't really have a use for it.

    I will probably buy some sort of 3-4" fixed blade soon for a defensive knife to aid in weapon retention.
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    Only picture I have.

    Winchester brand multi tool. I need pliars far more often than a regular knife it would seem.
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    I carry an Emerson CQC-15

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    ZT 350 (mine came with a free Kershaw 'Ace' - cheap folder but nice for opening the mail).

    Love the 350.


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    I carry a Spyderco for SD and a Gerber for utility work.
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    You boys carry some beautiful edged weapons. My second generation Cold Steel medium half serreated clip point blade Voyagers pale in comparison but they do the job on a daily basis for a minimal cash outlay. They are used to cut just about anything that needs cutting with one new in the box kept in reserve at all times if a replacement is needed.
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    AL MAR SERE 2000 my favorite folder....ever.- George

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    By the looks of things, the SERE is tip-up only. Are there mounts for tip-down carry on it?

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    I guess it's debatable how much of an EDC this is given the laws around here, I guess you could say WPC ('whenever possible-carry') which ain't often! But on my property and when hiking it is legal. Not that I hike much. Maybe when the temperatures start rising to levels suited for human beings again.


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