Favorite style of knife

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    C.r.k.t. m-16 folder with a serrated edge. My favorite knife until it went through the rollers of our wrap machine at work Ill get another though.

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    My absolute favorite knife now is the BUSSE Team Gemini LB - It just has such flawless balance for a larger fixed blade knife due to the excess metal that has been CNC machined out under the handles.
    It's going to be my "go to" survival/camp/woodcraft knife from now on instead of the BUSSE NMSFNO which is much heavier - though admittedly the NMSFNO is a better chopper - now that I am carrying a SILKY folding saw for processing wood the Team Gemini is THE ideal knife for me.
    I just modified a KYDEX sheath for it and now it pulls in nice and tight to the body.
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    I'm a big fan of the Kershaw Leek. Its inexpensive, razor sharp and I feel its faster than a switchblade. Been caring one every day for many years.

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    If your willing to spend the money then a Chris Reeve/Bill Harsey fixed blade can't really be touched by anything else on the market. I admit I'm bias since I personally know Bill Harsey and have purchased many of his designs in the past.

    The "Pacific" knife is a great drop point. These where origninally made for 1st Special Forces Group (A) and then made available too the public via the name "Pacific"

    A very similar knife is the "Yarborough" which is given too each graduate of the Special Forces Qualification Course. (SFQC) Which has been available to the public under the name of "Green Beret" knife. Both can be found on Chris Reeve's website.

    As for folders ? I recently purchased the Zero Tolerance 0301 which is a Ken Onion and Mick Strider design with S30V steel, tiger stripes and G10 front handle and Titantium back handle. Solid knife with "Speed Safe" assisted opening.
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    For a functional EDC knife, I like my SOG Flash II. Great design, assistive open, locking blade and small size is great to hang from a front pocket. For Camping and bushcraft, I like Ka-Bar Army, and I also have a Mora Companion & Robust, they are super sharp and hold an edge well.
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    My favorite, practical carry knife is a Benchmade Griptilian.

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    This is probably going to be my next knife purchase.
    The DuStar NEGEV

    It is D2 Tool Steel and it's just one of those knives that I have to have.
    I also think that it will be decently collectible in the future.



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    Love my Kershaw speed bump along with the back up SOG Flash II

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    Benchmade 275 Adamas is one my favs.
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    Besides a steak knife, I carry the sog aegis.

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    Kershaw OSSweet (and it is O so sweet!) The flipper makes it open really fast and it holds a great edge.

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