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    I just bought a smallish Buck to carry. cheap and I wear it clipped to my pants just behind the first belt loop on my right. the knife follows the join where my leg attaches to groin and it is a perfect shape that I forget I have it and keeps m pocket clear and out of sight.

    http://www.buckknives.com/catalog/detail/483/256

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    Benchmade Mini-Griptilian- my favorite EDC.
    "Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice; ammo is cheap, life is expensive."

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    also if your looking for a hi end but usefull knif look up more maker oputa texas verry nice i have two of his a folding pocket knife and a roper wich is the strongest toughest knife i have ever used i also have a coupla bench mades that are verry nice

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    Im suprised to see no one mention Cold Steel on here. I carry a Cold Steel Recon everyday and its probably been one of, if not the best knife I've ever owned. Very durable.

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    i myself am a cold steel fan. i like them because of their economy in comparison to their quality. i have a few models: the mini gurkha, the scimitar folder, an imperial katana, the norse hawk, the trail hawk, the mini bushman, and the xl voyager.

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    I carry a CRKT Crawford Falcon, but it is also used as a multi-tool (LOL), and a Leatherman Wave.


    "He went on two legs, wore clothes and was a human being, but nevertheless he was in reality a wolf of the Steppes. He had learned a good deal . . . and was a fairly clever fellow. What he had not learned, however, was this: to find contentment in himself and his own life. The cause of this apparently was that at the bottom of his heart he knew all the time (or thought he knew) that he was in reality not a man, but a wolf of the Steppes."

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    I carry an Emerson CQC-7 with a chisel tanto tip. Also lately I have been carrying a Hibbin Claw II Karambit. A sweet little defensive knife from West Java.

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    www.emersonknives.com

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    Cold Steel fan here. I got a Recon1-Tanto Point that is also carried with my carry gun.

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    Bowie

    Custom made by my son!
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    Even though I will now and again stick a Microtech in my back pocket by my wallet, I am in my heart a traditional folding slipjoint guy - just old fashion I guess. My favorites are handmade by either Tony or Reese Bose.

    Since a Bose knife can sell for over a thousand easy many think I am crazy to carry and use them. I feel that a knife not used is a knife abused. I use every custom knife I have. The one that I wasn't using I traded for the NIB Rohrbaugh R9 below.


    A Bose Back Pocket with D2 steel.





    Here is the Bose knife I traded for the R9 above - the guy got a good deal - knife was worth more than the R9 but he is a friend - antique Remmington bone from the 1930s.




    The Seecamp is in a Hedley front pocket with a Bose folder with antique Remmington bone from the 1930s - blade steel 440V.

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    Dave - great to see you post some of gems here - not knives most folks will ever see, let alone own
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    Chris - almost 12000 posts - being new I'm looking forward to reviewing some of the threads - looking forward to reading some of your past posts.
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    Dave - my posts are probably buried all over the place and the post count - well - that's just plumb embarrassing
    Chris - P95
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    Chris is new, to some of us. I still carry my Emerson CQC-7 daily and my Emerson La Griffe around the neck. My Gerber Mk 1 and others are retired waiting for a time to put then in a display shelf.

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    Thumbs up I like my...

    CQC-7 for weekends and my Benchmade Model 940 for workdays.

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