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What's in your pocket now?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by 9mmforMe, May 19, 2014.

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  1. 9mmforMe

    9mmforMe Member

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    Buck Slimline 721.
     

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    I have the green and metallic scaled versions as well. I love that its made in America, has great lines akin to the Spydercos, which I really like. It is only 30 dollars and can be found at any Walmart. I know its not made of the most premium steel but mine has performed very well. I love it.
     
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    My pockets were pretty full today.
     

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    Yeah you were full, Sam. Have a good cigar today? Those inexpensive Ronson torch lighters are great buys. Nice blades too.
     
  6. 9mmforMe

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    I like the design on that sleek little knife...great color on the scales as well, Gloob.
     
  7. Sam Cade

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    Nice cigars...my regulars are the Parodis dry cured cheroots.

    I like that neck knife...not familiar with the make/model.
     
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  9. 9mmforMe

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    Ok...Timberline...curse my eyesight! :)
     
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    Yup. The laminate construction is fascinating.

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    A el cheapo United Cutlery Harley Davidson branded folder. Been carrying it about 15 years.
     
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  13. lightning

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    Found knife. USA made Kershaw. 3" blade. Assisted 1 finger open. Best pocket knife I have ever known. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1400556985.118849.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1400557004.042558.jpg
     
  14. 9mmforMe

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    -That laminate is very interesting, to be sure. What are the two materials?


    -The "cheapos" can be jewels :) I like some of the UCs fancy designs...I had a nicely faux jeweled one I lost years ago....still miss it.

    -I love the leathermen....I have a multitool I've had for 20 years and going strong.

    -Kershaw makes some great designs...the finger flipper is quite convenient. Nice knife.
     
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    Coldsteel
     
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    This stuff and the cell phone I used to take the picture


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    Kershaw Thermite clipped to strong side pocket. FourSevens QTL [Quark Tactical single (R)CR123] on the key ring, Nitecore IFD2 clipped to the weakside pocket.

    The Thermite has replaced several more expensive folders as my edc, since I bought it a couple months ago. It was purchased to "try out" Kershaw's semi-low priced Chinese made frame locks. Obviously they're quite a value.
     
  18. 9mmforMe

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    Ug...how goes your experiences with the Spydercos? Did you get resolution re: the problem areas?

    Have not heard of the Thermite.
     
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    Which coldsteel knife?


    I had one of their push daggers years ago and really liked the design...nice sharp edge and a semi-false edge on the reverse.
     
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    Spyderco Native and Endura and and Grandpa's old shrade for whitling
     
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    This Frankenknife :)

    bought it on eBay for 1$ many moons ago. It`s an old Solingen fishing folder,
    that apparently got a new blade welded to it. It´s carbonsteel,
    sharpens faily easy and serves as my office knife.
    (we haz a gas bbq on the terrace :) )
     

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    The Sardinian resolza has been getting a lot of carry and use. I'm getting very impressed by friction folders.

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    I've also been carrying my dad's old Christy knife just for the nostalgia factor, but it is a handy little sucker.
     
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    Since I'm traveling in Washington and didn't want to loose anything valuable to the airline -
     

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    Right pocket: LCP in DeSantis Nemesis
    Change pocket: Kershaw Damascus Scallion (I agree with lightning above)
    Left pocket: harley key, change, spare mag for LCP
    Right rear pocket: wallet
    Left rear pocket: registration and insurance card for Harley (XR1200 has ZERO place to store anything.)
     
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