I have been carrying these two for a long time.
I had a few EDC knives, Almar, Spyderco , but the winner of the ZT
Kershaw Leek with the D2 blade - but I don't carry it every day because at least half the time I don't know where I left it...
The issued knife at a Steve Tarani knife class, this is nice to carry, can be flicked open with the right technique, and is very sharp.
ATS-34, Tarani design.
If you reach the age of 60 without becoming a curmudgeon, you haven't been paying attention.
i think id be too embarrassed to post a pic of mine!....ryan
viva la revolucion !
Can't believe I fell into another knife-related rabbit hole...and here is where I am at now just about 4 months later.
Pretty sure I'm done at this point, and now it will be time to sell off what I don't really want. This side of the fence in the blade community is almost more addictive because of the variety of everything, which is somewhat funny because I still get much more use out of my kitchen knives on a daily basis.
All the steels I have now:
Let's see what you got!
My collection is rather small,but all are listed here by other's:
Opinel carbon(an old one got at swapmeet)
Spyderco para-military black S30V
Spyderco para-military blue M-390
Spyderco Caly Super Blue
I enjoy stropping my folders on stones and leather.I learned stone stropping fr. Murry Carter's advanced sharpening tech.he does it with his neck knife fr.dull to shaving sharp(now that is quality steel)