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I carry this every day. What do you all?

Discussion in 'Knives' started by Mr.Glock, Mar 25, 2021.

  1. TwoForFlinching

    TwoForFlinching Sharpshooter

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    After having a proper knives on my belt through my 20's, I realized how rarely I actually had a daily need for it, and it was usually opening packages and such at that. I still keep a proper knife in the truck, but my EDC blade is the humble little leatherman style cs. Small, light, and compact, super handy and easy to keep an edge on both it and the scissors. Doubt I'll ever go back to lugging around big steel.
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  2. Catt57

    Catt57 Gill-Gun Guru

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    Classic Swiss Army and a Kershaw Grid. They both get used quite a lot.

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    I have a Buck Special like the bottom knife in your pic. It's field dressed and skinned many, many whitetail and a few elk as well. Tough to get a good edge on, but when you finally get one, it's there for a long time after a lot of work.
     
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    dennishoddy Sharpshooter

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    TSA took the Buck that my grandfather gave me. No option to mail in those days. Before handing it over, I opened the blades and snapped them off between my shoes and the floor. Handed her the pieces. :angry3:
     
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  5. xseler

    xseler These are not the firearms you're looking for.

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    It's usually one of these 2....

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    Top is a Kershaw Ken Onion Chive. Bottom is a Kershaw Hinderer. They may be small, but "they'll cut!!"
     
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    If I had thought about it, I would have done the same thing. I was very unhappy about it, as you might expect.
     
  7. TwoForFlinching

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    You send it off to Buck to get the blades replaced?
     
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    Same thing happened to me at an Airport. Wife had just drove off and I was waiting in the flight Nazi's line when I realized I had a brand new pearl handled Bulldog trapper in my pocket. I exited the terminal and went outside and shoved it into a flower bed by some bushes and went back through. When I came back on the return flight a few weeks later it was not there. Probably a million security cameras seen me or the gardener hit the Jackpot.
    But I tried valiantly to saver her I did.
     
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  9. bigred1

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    It's good to see someone else still carrying a "Sunday go to meeting knife". We're a dying breed I think......
     
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    I have carried these two probably 45 years. Ordered em out of a Parker Brothers catalog. Sheffield 3 blade canoe, Made in England and my "Sunday go to meeting knife" is a "little doagie" surgical steel. 20210327_082549.jpg
     
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