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Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by bikerdoc, Nov 22, 2019.

  1. chute2thrill

    chute2thrill Member

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    My Kershaw method at the moment, I usually carry my skyline but Nebraska doesn't allow carry of knives over 3 inches
     
  2. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    Regarding Nebraska knife law -
     
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  3. chute2thrill

    chute2thrill Member

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    I thought the limit was 3 inches thank you!
     
  4. Bill M.

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    3" D2 steel, Benchmade Bone Collector with a wooden handle and a pocket clip. Stays on me unless I have a reason to take it off. Like airplanes or the courthouse. And it is too sharp to fool around trying to open it one handed like I could with the previous Alaska knives hunter.
     
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  5. Whiterook808

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    This morning I strapped on a CRKT Pangolin, just for giggles.
     
  6. 94045

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    Spyderco Delica 4 is my current daily carry. For my normal routine I normally only carry one.
     
  7. 94045

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    Last time I did that (used a cell phone in the stand) I looked up and two 8-Point Bucks were trying to figure out what I was from 25 yards away.
     
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  8. DustyGmt

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    IMG_20191201_144144.jpg Rick hinderer xm18 3" wharnie..... I alternate between that and my ZT 0566 and sometimes a spyderco..
     
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  9. Whiterook808

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    Blue mini Griptillan in the pocket this morning.
     
  10. bannockburn

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    Been working outside while the weather is still halfway decent. Carrying two Kershaws: a Leek and a Cinder.
     
  11. colin455

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    Lately a CRKT M16. Handy little thing, slim for fit in pocket. Easy to open when i need something sharp. Doesn't hold an edge like i'd prefer, but inexpensive enough that if I forget it somewhere, ah well. My last Kershaw fell apart and couldn't get warranty. Discontinued. Then Canada Customs started confiscating pretty much every folder that tried to cross the border. :(
     
  12. Boattale

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    Back to the #8 Opinel in a pouch on the belt. As capable as my Buck 110. But light enough to not make my pants try to fall down. Dang good belt knife if you ask me. Love the Buck except for the weight.
     
  13. 460Shooter

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    Folks seem to like the Leek. I may have to handle one.
     
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  14. Blkhrt13

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    Plain sight tools fruit knife. G10 blade kydex no metal. I don’t need it at the moment but I need to get used to holding her close. So I can find her in the dark.
     

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  15. Madcap_Magician

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    Great taste, Nathan Carothers is an absolute wizard. I blew... a lot of money this past summer for a cutting sword from him. Should be here by the end of next summer.

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    This Spyderco Kapara is my main using knife. The rest are collectibles.
     
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  16. kBob

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    Dressed for the typical day I have the Coast that RC liked still, a SAK (Don'T know the model name but Vic with corkscrew , carry hook, marlin spike/punch on back, two blades, cap lifter, can opener, each with flat head screwdriver, scissors) and on my key ring is a mini Leatherman that sees use for its scissors and eye glass screw driver and occasionally box opening if do not want to scare folks with the Coast. The SAK is my normal loaner while I stand and watch 'em knife.

    In my car and truck are cheap NRA liner locks that have a seat belt hook and the hooks are open and the knives in the driver side door pocket I have considered placing them in cloth pouches pinned to the seat so if I am in a roll over they will still be where expected. I have them mainly with the idea I might need them to assist in someone elses' wreck, yet again. Both for seat belt cutting and safety glass removal. (Never going bare handed through a shattered windshield again...hep shots are no fun and prospects scary)

    -kBob
     
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  17. Whiterook808

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    Try the 110 Slim. It's less than thirty bucks, light and has a pocket clip. The downside is that it is not as heavy duty.
     
  18. Armored farmer

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    As I have written, it is pretty rare to catch me without a set of pliers. Even on the days that I refuse to work...I still need my pliers to remove a fishhook or pull a staple from a target.
    Most workdays I carry a SAK in combination with a full blown pair of large slip joint pliers.
    Today I did some odd jobs and went to the barbershop and tire shop in town. I opted for my Leatherman Wave in my front strongside pocket.
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  19. 1976B.L.Johns.

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    Ditto,
    with me everyday, but on my belt in it's case.
    And one or two other sharply edged tools in pockets or elsewhere.
     
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  20. Sovblocgunfan

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    I have a cheap-o Camillus that I found for $3 on clearance at walmart a couple years ago. For as cheap as it was, it’s actually not a bad little knife. Since i work in an office, it suits just fine for whatever i need it for, and it saves my better blades.

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  21. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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  22. Whiterook808

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    Buck 112 Slim today.
     
  23. Ole Joe Clark

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    Same as last time, the Spyderco.

    Have a blessed day,

    Leon
     
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  24. Blkhrt13

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    That’s pretty only way I’d like it better is if it was a wharncliffe blade shape instead
     
  25. Obturation
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    Obturation Contributing Member

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    Sunday, fun day. Bringing a substantial knife along with me today. Spartan blades Ares. Awesome knife, easy to carry, not huge but big enough to do what i need. While it isn't a cheap knife i use it as i would any other and it's held up very well.
    Have fun and stay safe out there friends.
     
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