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what knife do you carry with you every day

Discussion in 'Knives & Edged Items' started by Dennis C, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. Dirtypacman

    Dirtypacman New Member

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    My simple everyday carry: Spyderco Native II

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  2. btown

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    Leatherman and 5 in. Buck lockback
  3. cpttango30

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    You need to stick it in your pants..
  4. soundguy

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    reminds me of a joke.. :)
  5. Petethefishman

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    Havalon Piranta and a Moore Maker
  6. MH2008

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    For work I carry a turbo knife box knife that slides out the front it is he best for cutting the wrap around pallets and if that's not in my pocket my cheap Leatherman c33 I can't tell you how many times that bottle opener has come in handy!
  7. harley01

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    110 buck, been carrying one for 30 years dont leave home without it
  8. IShootBack

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    This sucks...I lost my daily carry knife that's been with me over ten years. It was not horribly expensive, about $40, but it held a razor-sharp edge and was comfortable to carry clipped to my pocket in jeans or dress pants for work.

    Need to shop for a new daily carry knife. Maybe Santa will bring one.

    Any suggestions in the $40 to $80 range that meet the criteris mentioned above?
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2012
  9. IShootBack

    IShootBack Well-Known Member

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    Mine was also the tanto blade. Just lost it and need a new knife.

    I have relearned that a tanto point is not the best choice for self defensive carry.
  10. soundguy

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    just lost my old winchester curved folder, and got a new winchester straight blade. doesn't thumb open near as easy.. but is a metal body with wood furniture, instead of plastic composite body of the old one. wasn't a fan of the plastic.. but it was light and flipped open easy. still getting used to this new one.. though it is razor shapr and has a nice clip on it.
  11. GunnyGene

    GunnyGene New Member

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    I haven't chimed in on this till now, but I'd like to know why folks are so curious about other peoples business? Just being nosy, or looking for advise, or what? Seems a bit rude to me.
  12. soundguy

    soundguy Well-Known Member

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    if it seems rude to you, to ask what equipment others use / carry/work on.. you might as well cash in your chips here and hit another website.

    the people on these forums like to discuss equipment.. whether it's shootin irons, reload gear, or cuttin blades.

    if you thik it's rude to discuss them.. um.. I question why you may be here.. :)

    just sayin. :)
  13. Big Chevy

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    For work I carry a thin Kershaw. The rest of the time its a Benchmade mini reflex auto open.
  14. dad2thebone

    dad2thebone New Member

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    Buck knife,same one ive had fr many years. Cant carry my K BAR. A tad bit large
  15. JasonS

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    can you post he sheath for the 110?

    Ive got 2 119s one new and one from the 60s or so, also one of the 120s from the 60s or so. Certainly one of my favorite fixed blade knives of all time, Ive got plenty of KBars and Ontarios, cold steel and others but I love the Buck fixed blade knives so much.

    I will post my daily carries when I get picks up.
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