SHOPPING FOR A KNIFE? Here's what we carry.

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    EDC is Benchmade Minigriptillian, vehicle is Spyderco MiniPal, Delica and Boker small folder. But at home.....Ah...so many knives, so little space..
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    My EDC is usually one of two choices, either a Benchmade Mini Griptillian or a Knives of Alaska Presentation Series folder...there are also several CASE folders I carry from time to time as well.
    "Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice; ammo is cheap, life is expensive."

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    Left front- I carry a Kershaw Leek- for everyday chores of cutting

    Right front- Buck Strider (just like a Strider SNG, but less than $100)- self defense only

    On belt behind magazine & flashlight- Gerber Diesel multitool.
    Quemadmodum gladius neminem occidit, occidentis telum est.-Seneca

    "If you carry a gun, people will call you paranoid. If I have a gun, what do I have to be paranoid about?" -Clint Smith

    "An unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it." -Jeff Cooper

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    I carry three Spyderco knives. A Swick, a Tenacious, and a Street Beat. Excellent quality on all three and zero regrets.

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    SOG Aegis Tanto combo blade (straight/serrated)...great knife I bought before my deployment.....use it for everything....
    Magazine <> clip - know the difference

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    You have never lived until you have almost died. For those that have fought for it, life has a special flavor the protected will never know

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    This is my "everyday use" knife... Gerber New EAB Pocket Knife - #22-41830 : Gerber Knives - at Rocky National
    Small, light, one-hand open and lock, never have to sharpen.
    Use it all the time!

    This is my defensive knife... GerberGear > Product Details > FAST Draw
    Assisted open, strong and positive lock, very sharp, toughly made.
    Have never actually used it - hope I never do! Blade is 2.9" long - covers all places that don't allow blades over 3".

    Bobo

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    Kershaw Cyclone

    “Put your pain in a box. Lock it down. No man is stronger than one who can harness his emotions.” -Act of Valor

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    Street Beat FB15P - Fred Perrin Design horizontal, edge up to the left of my belt buckle. Inverted grip draw with my right hand, Pikal grip draw with my left.

    Endura 4 - Foliage Green G-10 Scales - Plain Edge - DISCONTINUED - LIMITED STOCK tip-down in my left front pocket.

    Delica 4 - Foliage Green G-10 Scales - Plain Edge tip-down in my right front pocket.

    Delica 4 LWT Emerson "WAVE" - Plain, Combo or Serrated Edge tip-up, Wave-forward in my watch pocket. I'd carry two of these if pants had a watch pocket on each side.


    I'm going to get one of these soon.
    Police 3 - Black G-10 Scales - Plain or Serrated Edge
    When I do, it'll go tip-down in my left front pocket. My Endura will move to my right front pocket, and my Delica will go to my left back pocket to serve as my non-scary utility knife. That role is currently filled by a MOUSE-LITE PLAIN EDGE ORANGE :: Mouse Knives :: Knives & Accessories :: Blade-Tech Industries

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    all this multi knife convo made me pick ny rat 1 and recon 1 and add them in, but again like I said, christmas should prove to be a change in routine if all goes as planned. Love the info guys/gals.
    "Put on the whole armor of God..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by something View Post
    More importantly, not everyone can carry one (legally).
    Which would be the logical conclusion. If you can't legally obtain one, you wouldn't be able to legally carry one.

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    SOG Pentagon Elite II - 5" Blade - Check your State blade length restrictions. Know your State knife laws.


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    i carry the boker cop tool. Perfect for edc. For defensive carry sog pentagon elite

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    what do u prefer for defensive carr serrated,plain or combo?

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    Spiderco Titanium, POLICE which has never cut a thing in over 18yrs. And a .98 slide to open/close box cutter.

    Used to carry a Benchmade CQC-7, ex-wife ended up with that one though.
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