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What blade are you carrying today?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by threefeathers, Sep 15, 2012.

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  1. Sniper X

    Sniper X Member

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    Kershaw 1910...LOVE it!

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  2. Deltaboy1984

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    Case Sod buster Jr and CRTK Hammond Cruiser.
     
  3. whetrock

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    It's an Aitor Castor with Bubinga wood handles.
     
  4. Ian Johnson

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    benchmade mini barage
     
  5. Olmontanaboy

    Olmontanaboy Member

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  6. Big_John1961

    Big_John1961 Member

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    Kershaw Blur & BM 943.
     
  7. esheato

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    Not many Emersons on the list...surprised.

    I'm a Commander man myself. Been so for about 7 years now.
     
  8. Dr_B

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    A $25 Kershaw. Until I bought that a couple months ago, I had carried the same Gerber lock-back since 1995.
     
  9. readyeddy

    readyeddy Member

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    Spyderco Chinook I
     
  10. MICHAEL T

    MICHAEL T Member

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    Always a Cold Steel XL Voyager clipped to my pocket . Carried big Cold Steel folders for years when trucking.
     
  11. OptimusPrime

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    Same blade as every day, the Vic'nox that my mother bought me before my first Boy Scout camp, 25 years ago.
    It has peeled more potatoes, tightened more loose screws, popped more bottle caps, picked out more splinters, cut out more duck breasts, jimmied more stovepiped rounds, and collected more pocket lint than I can even remotely remember.
     
  12. Pete D.

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    For the last month, Kershaw's Ken Onion Leek. Very happy with the knife.
    In addition, I always have a Leatherman Wave on my belt.
    Pete
     
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