Help in choosing a knife for EDC.

This is a discussion on Help in choosing a knife for EDC. within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thanks to all who participated. I will decide tomorrow when I put the Leek and Blur in my hand and do the comparison. Ken...

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Thread: Help in choosing a knife for EDC.

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    Thanks to all who participated. I will decide tomorrow when I put the Leek and Blur in my hand and do the comparison.

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    The Blur is a fine carry knife.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    I know this thread in old, but a friend of mine has the Leek, and it's a great knife!

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    my opinion for an EDC knife is a benchmade. I've had a number of them in the past and just recently bought a 585 off of a member on this forum I love the auto assist. benchmade makes great EDC pocket knives.
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    who can legally own a firearm to carry it concealed without a permit of any kind.

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    I have the blackout and love it!!

    Large enough to be effective but not so big LEO's would hassle you (depending on local area of course). The handle material is a hard plastic but not as nasty to your pockets as say G10...but MUCH better grip than a metal handle. Slips deep into a pocket with the clip but is for right hand draw only. A drawback for a lefty. All the Kershaws have speedsafe opening. VERY easy to open. I love mine and carry it 24/7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alachner View Post
    If you want an awesome EDC knife for self-defensive purposes, then check out the Spyderco Military. From your choices, I would go with the Kershaw Blur.

    Agreed with this man and his taste in blades, however if you wan't to match the price of the kershaw take a look at this new model endura....can't beat an endura...
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    I've had a Kershaw Leek for a few years now and would recomend it to anyone looking for a good EDC knife.

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