DO you EDC a Knife?

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    Always one, sometimes two. A case, peanut, and a S&W folder with a partially serated blade for defensive purposes. Big 5 usually has em for $12, and retail is usually around $60, Ive gone through 2 in about 4 years, work well.
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    I've always carried a knife. Nothing too fancy though. Lately, I've been carrying a S&W First Response. It gets the job done.
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    I carry a buck knife 110 on my non firing side on my belt behind my extra mags. most reliable knife ive ever had and didn't cost out the but ive had it for years but I think they run 30 to
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    I carry 2. I have a Kershaw that is used for everyday tasks and a Kabar TDI that is only for self defense carried weak side. Don't leave home without them.
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    Leatherman Wave or Gerber mini Covert FAST

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    Yes Gerber paraframe. But Im going to buy another crkt m-16 folder. Loved that knive but it went through a wrapping machine at work.

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    Re: DO you EDC a Knife?

    Kershaw Zing SS, clipped IWB at 12:30.

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    Chris Reeve Umnumzaan (or something close to that).

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    My EDC knife is a Kershaw Leek. My son gave every male in his wedding party one including the dads. It beats the tar out of all the cheap knives I've carried about my whole life.
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    Yep, knives somehow aren't excluded under the company's "no weapons" policy. I practically OC it with the shiny clip it came with....need to do somethin about that.
    But anyway, it's just a cheapie and I mainly use it to cut boxes, but I'm real good at deploying it.
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    Gerber ar 3.0 (that I use for daily chores) Ka-Bar tdi or parker boot knife (iwb) weak side. Thinking about adding a cold steel zytel ti-lite 4" alum for the right side. I want the 6" but the handle just makes it look gigantic. Although I am big myself an may be able to pull it off. I'll base that off of what happens with the 4".

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    Re: DO you EDC a Knife?

    I carry either a spyderco endura 4 or sog aegis and a cadet. At work i carry a skyline

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    cold steel kubon 5.5" fixed or cold steel espada large 5.5" folder
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