Discussion in 'Blades' started by NirvanaFan, Sep 15, 2016.
Make sure to include a picture!
I carry a SOG Flash II, drop point, tiger stripe blade.
Awesome! Blade forum baby!
Anyways as posted elsewhere:
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I also carry:
This is my pocket rocket. Been carrying it for close to 25 yrs. Lethal 2-5/8" blade. Cuts tomatoes like a razor blade. Not rust that you see but stained since its not stainless.
Been through the washing machine at least 2 dozen times.
Those old Schrade's were built to take a beating.
That thing has some proper patina!
The Schrade company was in my town (Ellenville) up to a few years back. I was heartbroken when I heard they shut the doors. Two of the knife masters moved across the street into an old building and setup a small shop/museum. Not sure if they are still there. Thought I read that do to lack of business they shut those doors also.
I carry a White River , Knucklehead on my neck, a Kershaw Shuffle II in my pocket, and leatherman wave on my hip.
CRKT M-60 Carson Design
Only pic I have of my daily knife, but also everything else, lol
Kershaw Blur, I've had it for probably 5 years or so. I'm looking to upgrade though. We'll see. I just keep putting it back in my pocket.
One or the other when it comes to the knives. Everything else is everyday (well except the bolts, not sure why they are on my desk honestly). The Wingman especially because my hood pop in my car is messed up. I never use the blade in the wingman though.
Here's the rest of my EDC tool kit. If I could do it again I'd save the money and get a wave instead. The Zebralight freakin rocks though!
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Benchmade Griptilian and a Fenix PD22UE.
Sog Flash II, bottom one.. Love the assisted opening. It's my second one, lost the other in the leaves/woods after dressing out a doe.
Saw the Tanto blade on clearance on Amazon, so snapped it up too
CRKT M-60 and a little Schrade for everyday cutting
I own many, and like clothes, carry for the occasion. My go-to daily is a Jim Butke Custom, TAD Edition Hitman! Speed bearings open like butter and is sharp as hell.
Summer carry has been an Boker Ceramic neck knife, cute little bugger, lightweight and also sharp as hell. But I own many, K-BAR, Spyderco, Kershaw, Boker, etc. To me, blade material is most important, depending on use. For SD EDC , I want easy concealment, quick deployment, and a knife that can do what it is supposed to CUT & Penetrate : )
hmmm.... how come no photo?
i work in NYC, so this my EDC...
Nice pen...whats can it do besides write?
its a brass barreled ball point, so a lot of damage!
not really tactical, but i like hiding in plain sight!
Spyderco PM2. One of the back T8 screws fell out. Spyderco has another on the way.
Satin blade looks really nice on the PM2s. I would like one in a satin finish with the coyote brown scales.
Ok here, took a pic for you all to peek at the beauty of a custom... ; )
Brain engaged and at "Yellow" level -
Fisher Space Pen "Police Pro"
+/- 9 mm w/2 extra mags or 5-shot pocket revolver .38 +P
I'm missing a screw for a Techno. Emailed customer service today in hope that they can send me one. Did you have to pay for the replacement part?
No, they said it's free. Still waiting though.
How long you been waiting? Syperdco usually has outstanding customer service.
Fezzik, besides the missing screw how do you like the Techno? I'm strongly considering getting one over a Sage 2.
As a matter of fact, I just received the Techno yesterday so it's too soon to tell. Thus far, it seems to be a very well built knife. I kind of like their "little big knives" as I call them. That is, small but still as useful as some larger blades. It was good deal for a used model with the exception of the missing screw. This one happens to be S30V as opposed to CTS-XHP. Spyderco acknowledged that a batch of Technos ended up being produced with S30V for a short period of time.
Last time I contacted customer service it took a while to hear back but that may be the exception and not the norm.
Only about a week. I'll give it 2 and call again.
Hinderer XM-18 on it's way!
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