Whats your everyday carry?

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  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    That should be quoted and engraved on the blade of a handmade knife. Love it!
  2. Neverhome

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    JLA,

    Be my guest. Engrave away! ;)

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  3. brad87

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    Exceptional knife :) I got 3 different buddies using them before I lost mine getting picked up and thrown into a pond. Not sure if it was the willow tree I crashed through, or the forest of cattails that ripped it off.

    Replaced it with a Gerber AR 3.0 because the place I went to was out of stock on the paraframe, and this thing has been through hell and high water a few times. I have carried that knife longer than any other, and I've used it to do things that you should never subject a knife to, and its kept on going just as strong as it was from day one, aside from one decent chip in the blade. My wife loves hers too, but she hasn't put nearly the miles on hers, nor the harsh treatment.

    If anything dire should happen to my baby, I'll be replacing it with another just like it.

    http://www.gerbergear.com/Essentials/Knives/AR-3.00_05842
  4. cpttango30

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    I carry either a kershaw leek or my sog aegis.
  5. The_Rifleman

    The_Rifleman New Member

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    Buck Yachtsman

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    I've carried either this one or one like it for 35+ years. I've got more in case this one is lost or whatnot.
  6. armoredman

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    Leatherman, original. :)
  7. carver

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    I too own several of the three blade folders, and love them all! Everyone should own a few Jackknives!
  8. cpttango30

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    I just or my new knife. A spyderco delica 4. This thing is so sharpe I think you could use it to perform surgery. It is my new daily carry.
  9. Lee D

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    the Buck/TOPS CSAR-T....the beefiest folder ive ever had


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  10. jstgsn

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    Here are my favorites. The Cold Steel Pro Lite is fully serrated and will cut rope, vines, fingers, anything you want. Great knife for working outdoors.
    The Buck knife is my best big game knife. The Remington knife is great for dove, quail, even geese and ducks. The swiss army goes with me everywhere. It once dispatched a deer after I tracked it through the swamp and it was still alive. Field dressed it too. The smith and wesson is a switchblade. The button is hidden under the rubber handle. Very handy to have.
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  11. norahc

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    Well, until recently it was a Leatherman Wave and a Paladin Powerblade but I lost the Leatherman. Now it is a SOG PowerLocka and the Paladin Powerblade.
  12. carver

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    The Applegate/Fairbairn knife from Gerber. I can't believe these are down to $90. I paid twice that for mine years ago when they first came out with it.

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  13. bntyhntr6975

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    I carried a Bucklite for about 20 or 21 yrs. Wore out several belt sheaths (they were just nylon) and finally just kept it in my pocket. I put it away a few months ago in place of another Buck, a little shorter, thinner, and a belt clip. Still trying to get used to it. Was a gift 5 yrs ago, finally giving it a try.
  14. jstgsn

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    Come on guys, I'm anal.. Show me pictures.... This is the easiest site in the universe to post them...... bntyhntr6975, I specially want to see yours. Norahc and cpttango, come on.....:)
  15. ka64

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    One of em.

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    Buck Knife, very sharp.
  17. bntyhntr6975

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    bad pics....but whatya expect? I'm a welder not photographer.

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  18. 3/2 STA SS

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    Two different Kershaw autos when I am out and about...Protech Godfather when I want to get dressed up.
  19. prepper for it all

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    My trusty Cold Steel 6" TiLite Tactical Folder. A great knife in all respects, able to punch through kevlar body armor easily, good for self defense and your everyday uses.
  20. Zane71464

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    Buck 303U for some time now and the abuse it goes through...almost ashamed
    to treat a knife like that. I'm always grabi'n for something and never seem
    to have the proper "tool" available.
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