My 1st EDC Knife

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    I like the Kershaw Assisted Opener Leeks, and I have several of them.OMO
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    Like several others, I am partial to the Kershaw Blur. A Swiss Army Knife rides in my strong side pocket and is my "work" knife. The Blur rides in my strong side hip pocket for social occasions.
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    The Kershaw Blur is an excellent knife and will take a beating. One warning - the aggressive texture of the frame doesn't soften much with time. I happen to like it that way as metal frames or skins can be slippery when wet or when your hands are cold. Mine is partially serrated - I'd probably skip on that next time.

    Another knife that I really like when heading in for social or work occasions is the Spyderco Native. Nice and light, versatile clip, good value.

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    I have the skyline and the clash love em both skyline very light and clash on the heavy side for everyday carry but great price and size for defense.

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    I really like the EVO and due to the unclear knife laws in my area I opt for the EVO Jr (2.75" blade)

    Its not assisted opening, but you wouldn't believe that initially seeing me deploy it. I like the way the clip goes, and how the lock works. Great knife for the money in my book.

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    I carry a SOG Twitch XL daily. Great knife, holds and edge well, takes and edge well, and is tough. I'm hard on knives...It's my work knife as well as a backup weapon. Not as sexy as some of the crickets or butterflys or them other popular knives, but a good all around blade. For the record though...a fixed blade is much better for serious social work.

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