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I like this one.....


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I am partial to Pro-Tech automatic knives. I have a "Godfather" with carbon fiber handle inserts, a "Godson" with wood inserts, and a limited edition "SWAT 3" knife, #6 out of 500. I also have Dawson boot knife I bought at a the last Pomona gun show that I wear at work.

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i've got a fair collection of knives. mostly boker, benchmade, emerson, strider, mission and a few microtech.
as far as automatics go, i have the benchmade infidel, but it isn't nearly as strong, smooth and fast as the microtech's, but the mircrotech's are beacoup $$$, so i only have two.
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Grohmann DH Russel Foldback is a fave of mine........


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post #6 of 66 Old 10-19-2008, 01:19 PM
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I carry a Emerson CQC-7BW, I love the wave feature, knife is open as you pull it out the pocket.

I'm also partial to Chris Reeve knives, I have a few his knives, but love Sebenzas, I have a small and a large with damascus blade.

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I lost my old knife that I had been carrying for 20 years last year. Was a frost cutlery locking blade.

Got a Kershaw this time. So far I really dig it. The color is unusual and it was rated as "sharpest knife out of the box" by blade magazine - for whatever that's worth. Little shorter than my last knife, but so far it has done the trick:

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My brothers gave this to me when our Father passed..he had it forever..
It's now engraved on both sides of the blade with all his info.
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Kershaw Folding Field Lockback With Brass Bolsters 4" Blade

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Surprised nobdy mentioned Benchmade??? That is what I usually carry.

I am also a big fan of CRKT. I think they have many inteligent designs. I also use knives quite a bit and find the CRKT have goode edge retention.

Anybody else have experience with CRKT?? http://www.crkt.com/
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Surprised nobdy mentioned Benchmade??? That is what I usually carry.

I am also a big fan of CRKT. I think they have many inteligent designs. I also use knives quite a bit and find the CRKT have goode edge retention.

Anybody else have experience with CRKT?? http://www.crkt.com/
I have a bunch of those, as do the guys I work with. Big, strong knives and sharp.
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I use mostly Buck knives Model 119 or the Knighthawk for general use, the auto folders for everyday use, but also have a few very nice Gerber Knives like the Applegate/Fairbairn folding lock.

My favorite is a Buck limited edition first run engraved folding Alpha Hunter.


I'm surprised that more don't use Buck knives. They are a good quality knife for the price.

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Ok so mine isnt near as fancy but it is what I carry. It is geared more towards hikers with its light weight design (total ship package was .70 lbs) but it still has a large, sturdy blade and very secure lockout and safety. The blade is spring loaded but instead of a button you have to first push the blade up with your thumb and then the spring takes over.

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Same as Jeremy- Nothing fancy, but I use one or the other all the time. The first two pics are the same knife- front-side/ backside views.

First knife- Kershaw 1560- ST (Spring loaded flip- out with clip).
Second knife- Case 2159 L- SSP.
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This is my daily carry Emerson, which shall soon be replaced by a Emerson CQC-13.

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You're killing me with those pistols.

Start a thread and put them all up.
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Start a thread and put them all up.
I think it's the thread labeled as "gun porn"...Not sure. Hope this helps.
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I'm going to be doing a bunch more photographs soon of all the pistols/knives I haven't done yet. I will put them all in one place when done
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This is a handmade knife a friend gifted me. It is made from an old saw mill blade. I use it for skinning, it is sharp and holds an edge.
The other is my "daily driver" a Cold Steel Ti-Lite
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Nice pair of Striders, very nice indeed, I like the tiger stripe G10
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Nice, you do have some good taste after all
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Nice, you do have some good taste after all
Slow read are we...took you a while to figure that out

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