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    Do You Carry a Knife

    Do you carry a knife? If so, which one?

    Since becoming accustomed to the super kitchen knives that ya'll have hooked me on, I'm wondering which blades you carry.

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    I have a rotation of them...here's what I've been carrying the past couple of weeks:





    Titanium scales, ball-bearing pivot, good "gentleman's folder"

    I've been thinking about a HAK...but those are pure function...
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    Almost always. I'm waiting on a Rick Lowe necker, and I've hit up Butch for one too.
    At work it's a necessity!
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    Gibbs' Rule #9 - "Never go anywhere without a knife."

    Here's mine, a Carter neck knife:


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    Not since 9/11.

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    I'm a little old school on this
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    I recently picked up a Benchmade 585 'mini-barrage'. Spring assisted opening, 154CM steel. Came with a nice edge, can't speak on the retention yet, as I've yet to really put it through its paces. I do need to replace the scales though, the stock scales just don't feel right, the general geometry of the handle is comfy, but the scales feel kinda slippy and 'cold'. Maybe I'm just too used to the wood on my kitchen knife handles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    I'm a little old school on this
    You're a little old school on everything! (I mean that in the nicest way possible)

    I'm carrying a tiny $10 wal-mart knife. It cuts open boxes, but that's it. I would be too nervous that I would lose a nice pocket knife.
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    These two work for a living,both are cm154.

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    Spyderco Endura. Every day. Sometimes a Swiss Army knife, too.

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