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    I don't know if there is a "perfect" anything, but I really like mine:

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    Wow. Only word I can think of...
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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    Yeah, Randy does great work.

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    Spyderco Para-Military2 Black S30v - these have been sold out everywhere, or cost >$200. Stumbled upon a used one off kijiji for $80 CAD from the original owner =D It was somewhat dull from use, so I tried out my nascent sharpening skills. I tried thinning behind the edge to bring the angle down because the steel can handle it, but it's clear I still need more practice (on cheaper knives).

    Spyderco Dragonfly2 ZDP-189 - picked this up for my wife because it has a non-threatening size, easily pocketable/pursed, and zips through anything the blade touches. No more opening packages with random steak knives!

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    Mine is back in West Virginia (I forgot it at my parents' house when I was visiting), but it is this one: http://www.edcknives.com/products/An...-Ironwood.html

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    anyone got any suggestions on a budget edc for a chef to carry for opening/breaking down boxes, bags of flour, and other random things? budget is around $50

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumbaa View Post
    anyone got any suggestions on a budget edc for a chef to carry for opening/breaking down boxes, bags of flour, and other random things? budget is around $50
    I like SOG knives, fairly inexpensive and built well.

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    thanks china i will look at that, and you ever going to give up that salsa recipe? and because of you i have some trinidad scorpions growing now.

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    Just posted this one in the necker thread.

    CRKT F4-02 Carson



    Case XX 1965 model 5332. * Seen better days, but was my grandfathers, and was a handle down when I was 12. * Have carried it litterly every day since, even to school, lol. The middle blade gets the sharpest of any knife I own, or have owned, as well as my easiest to sharpen. Not sure why, just something about it. It's a shame the tip broke when I was a youngster playing with it, even before my grandfather gave it to me.

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    Robert Terzuola fixed blade, I don't know what model it is?? Bob give to me as gift in the knife show 18 years ago.
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