Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by C.R., May 16, 2021.
Spyderco Native , right front pocket
One of many 3 blade slip joints, left front
Swiss Army knife on key chain
Leatherman multi tools in console and recliner
) in RF pocket. Leek or other clip folder in R hip pocket.
That's the daily "load out" after I put my pants on.
Gave my brother one of those before he deployed to Iraq. He loved it and still carries it.
If I need to keep it small I like the Spyderco Dragonfly.
As a general use knife some of my favorite Spyderco's are the Endella, Stretch 2, Native, and the Manix. From Benchmade the Barrage is a good one. I've been using a Bailout a lot recently too.
If multitools are knives, then it's a Gerber needle nose multiplier.
By your description it seems you mean you mean favorite though.
For me, I have a Victorinox Master Craftsman that I carry every day. Typically a Sebenza is carried as well.
These are my 'One Knife' solutions:
These are my favorites:
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I'm often downtown Chicago.
The knife I use the most is a little Gerber 200.
Ornetta (Has become my favorite.)
Yojumbo (Not a flipper)
EXO-01 (Not a flipper)
For years I carried an old time 34OT, medium 3 blade stockman where the case is now.
I spose if I had to pare down to the minimum it would be
Old timer 34ot
The 192 is my favorite and I carry it some, but it gets in the way more than the 110.
I don't have anything real expensive, or fancy, or tactical. I like the classics.
I've carried a Case of some sort in my pocket most years since I was 14.
Bear and Sons Executive in my right pocket.
Everything else is optional.
Damn doc, yer pants are gonna' fall off!
Benchmade Casbah day and night.
Axe is not a knife. But if it counts then GB Small Forest Axe. Anything bigger for cutting wood is spelled Farm Boss. And! if I have a need for a big chopper blade, make mine GB.
We Yucha-Synergy 2
Tuyaknife Envy 2
Real Steel Lynx
Boker plus Escrima fighting knife
N.C. Custom Specter
These are my must haves and sure enough I do.
Must have? Kershaw Leek.
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