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sharp or serated lets see em

hers one of my knives just took a quik pic of it

its a 4 inch switchblade with an led light above the grip


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Everyone else can BLOW themselves cause im bad as FUCK!
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My current favorite- as quick as a switchblade and VERY sharp

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Stub...

Is that the Ken Onion model? I've got the same one. Love it! I use it at work, have surgically removed seat belts And cut off clothing with the flick o the wrist!

I use the Smith diamond stone sharpening system and keep it razor sharp!!


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Is that the Ken Onion model? I've got the same one. Love it! I use it at work, have surgically removed seat belts And cut off clothing with the flick o the wrist!
Yes it is. The weight, the grip, and the speed of the assist is flawless. I in fact was buying a Keltec .380 one day, and while waiting for the back-round check, I decided to play with a few small, but high-end knives. I fell in love with that Kershaw.

The place that I got it caters to LEO and EMS, so I'm not surprised that it has worked out well for you too.

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I currently carry this one from spyderco



http://www.spyderco.com/catalog/details.php?product=304


If i am not carrying that one, I have a cheap winchester and a few buck knives laying around in the jeep and in the house.

One of my favorites is the one that my grandpa gave me. It's got ivory on it and i wouldn't sell it no matter what the offer is.
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I've been a Buck Knife fan for many years. My wife got me this one back in 06. It's been signed by Cj and Chuck Buck.




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who is cj and chuck buck?


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who is cj and chuck buck?
Father and son. Owners of Buck Knives. http://www.buckknives.com/index.cfm?event=why.message

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i mix it up but i have atleast 1 on me at all times.

SOG trident <carry most of the time


spyderco remote release


benchmade 530

2008 steel blue sahara
with some doo-dads
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How's that Boker Ceramic? I've been on the edge of getting oone at one time or another but get scared off by the blade...i know it's dumb...but i dig on steel
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and is that a double edge?
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Ceramics are notoriously brittle, so you want to void using them for prying and anything which puts a side load on them. They are very sharp and that Boker is no exception. For cutting it is great, but I wouldn't use it as a working knife.

FWIW I carry that little Kershaw Zing for everyday cutting, and a Strider SNG for meatier tasks, and I'm much happier been hard on a steel blade than I would be on a ceramic.
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7" Chris Reeve Green Beret, basically a Yarborough.

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No, it is bevelled, but not sharpened.
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7" Chris Reeve Green Beret, basically a Yarborough.

No, it is bevelled, but not sharpened.
Beautiful blade...
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yesterday was a lucky day. walking to class i found this kershaw 1470. its kinda their bottom of the line, but hell its still a good knife.

2008 steel blue sahara
with some doo-dads
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Nice strider I am glad i am not the only guy with who likes the finer things in life.

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This is one reason I have a strict policy of not eating anything out of another dudes butt. Flick it with my tongue? Sure. Run my tongue around the rim? Depends. Dart my tongue in for a brief second? Maybe. Eat something out of it? No fuckin' way!
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Sorry no picks, but for those of you who know knives this is what I carry (depends on day and activities for individul knives):

CRKT-M16T
Benchmade-Stryker LEO/Military (full-auto for work)
SOG-Seal Pup
Gerber Mulit-Tool

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I carry either a Benchmade mini ambush auto or a benchmade 943 on me every day, depending on what I'm doing. I'll never buy another brand of knife but Benchmade. Best out there, without a doubt. I always have my Swiss army mini manager in my pocket. That thing is worth it's weight in platinum covered gold.

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In the space of about 30 seconds, this man was in a car accident, an explosion, lit aflame and then kicked in the balls with more force than a human foot can technically take.

Future terrorists take note: this is your retirement package.
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To quote PhilD - these are my daily pointy things. I live in the town where Buck Knives are made now and if I posted all that we have the pages would be too many for this thread. The blade stays between my seat and console in the Jeep. But I have three others in various places in the Jeep.


I am a girl and I have a Jeep with some stuff on it...
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I have my gerber on me at all times... But that is a knife, screwdriver, prybar, under nail cleaner, etc. I also usually have some sort of 6"+ hunting knife within a few feet of me when at home or driving, but don't carry it:
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What spyderco models are these I am really digging them.

2011 Rubicon-2 door- 35" Trail Grappler-2.5" tera flex-Stubby Schrockworks-20" led bar
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