Tell us - what knives on you RIGHT NOW!

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

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  1. CopperFouling

    CopperFouling Member

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    SAK Hiker as usual. I may get crazy today and place a ZT 0562CF in my pocket later, though.
     
  2. Deltaboy1984

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    #8 Opinel
     
  3. Whiterook808

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    Benchmade Bugout this week.
     
  4. ugaarguy

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    Spyderco Sage 5 Lightweight (the black handled one in the pic below).


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  5. 94045

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    Well since I just picked them up at a yard sale today:

    Spyderco Delica 4 (Like I needed another).
    Zero Tolerance ZT 0550 Gen 2
     
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  6. Whiterook808

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    Packing my Spyderco Manix2 this weekend.
     
  7. Fiv3r

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    Just bought a large Chris Reeve Inkosi. I have knives that cost more, but none of this level of fit. Gold standard for a production folder, indeed.

    I purchased it from One Stop Knife Shop in Louisville yesterday. I highly recommend stopping in if you are in the area.

    I have had it in my pocket nonstop since 1pm yesterday. I'm not a lanyard guy so I decided to take it apart to remove the lanyard and clean the knife (can't help it. I do the same with guns). Very simple and thought out design, but just reapplying some of the included grease yielded an even smoother action.

    I will be purchasing more of these for sure.

    So today, Large Inkosi with drop point blade, Ultratech tanto, and a Himalayan Imports belt knife (just for fun).
     
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  8. Viper1357

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    A Kershaw Misdirect assisted.
     
  9. skeeterfogger

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    No pockets or belt on my underware.
     
  10. 460Shooter

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    Been carrying this around now for a few weeks.

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  11. corymc

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  12. Boattale

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    #8 Opinel again.
     
  13. Boattale

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    Nice photo man!
     
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  14. Kookla

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    The same that's been in my pocket every day for the last two years- Cold Steel Ultimate Hunter that my fiancé got for me. Good knife.
     
  15. theotherwaldo

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    I lost the Kershaw that I mentioned above - the pocket clip wasn't secure enough.
    So, for now, I'm replacing it with a no-name folder from the lost and found box.
    It's sharp, and the pocket clip is strong enough.
    Two is one, one is none... .
     
  16. Boattale

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    Benchmade Volli

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    I really like this blade - the shape is very functional and it's a little thinner than my other Benchmade knives. It is a great cutter and slicer. Unlike many others, I appreciate the assisted opening feature.
     
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  17. John Joseph

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    one of these ?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blademaster.co.nz%2Fic%2F1344343632%2Fm16-10ksf.1.jpg A gift I just received---pretty cool!
     
  18. camsdaddy

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    Old timer 340T. Old yet functional.
     
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  19. Old Dog

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    Dang it, threads like this always cost me money … looks as though I'll be shopping for a present for me tomorrow as well.

    Packing the ZT 0452CF today. Used it to open a couple boxes, even …
     
  20. TikkaShooter

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    Clipped to my pocket, a CRKT Crawford Kasper, non-serrated. In my pocket a local made from a truck spring knife, and a Swiss Army with a short blade, nail file, and scissors with a tooth pick and tweezers.
    All are razor sharp and easy to sharpen which separates a good knife from not so good knives. Next is obviously how good one is using a knife.

     
  21. LNK

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    Opinel #9.

     
  22. corymc

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  23. 460Shooter

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    Very fine gun, very fine knives, and exquisite whiskey.

    Love me some Red Breast whiskey. My very favorite. Well, the 15 year old anyway. But the 12 year old is dang good too. Can’t afford the 21 year old stuff.
     
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  24. corymc

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    Thank you sir, it was indeed a very fine day.

    I do love Redbreast. The 12 year for me strikes that balance of flavor and a price that won’t annoy the wife.
     
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  25. jas1776

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    wenger trailblazer? and dpx heat.
     
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