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Old October 13th, 2009, 04:25 AM   #1
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Old October 13th, 2009, 04:36 AM   #2
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My favorite carrying knife for the longest time was a Benchmade 9050SBK.

This knife was issued to me around 2004 and I lost it sometime in 2008. Unfortunately since I am no longer in the military and this knife requires either active military or LEO, I can not buy another... Plus at $125/ea, I probably wouldn't buy one anyways.

Since I cant have my Benchmade 9050, I found the Kershaw Leek to be a very close (and legal) second!

http://www.kershaw-knives.net/Kersha...eek-KS1660.htm

The Leek is spring assisted, so you just have to bump the little level on the backside of the blade to open it. Its a very sleek and fast blade! Be sure to watch the video demonstration.
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The bottom one in the picture is a Handi Scandi by Charles May. It resides in my back pocket every day.

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Old October 13th, 2009, 08:39 AM   #4
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Here's what I carry:



Kershaw 1820. It's not really a fighting knife per say. but to me it's a lot more useful. I like the long flat blade and the curve on the back. I use it for just about everything, and I use it everyday. The flat blade is super easy to sharpen and it'll hold its edge pretty well. It works great for cutting the shielded jacket of 0000 electrical cables.
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I can't carry a knife. In Ohio we have a 'Concealed Handgun License'. Carrying a concealed knife is a felony, but I can carry an .50 cal Desert Eagle under my jacket w/ an extended 30 round magazine. Makes sence, hugh?

In FL, I had always carried a Harley Davidson branded knife, not sure who made them.
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I can't carry a knife. In Ohio we have a 'Concealed Handgun License'. Carrying a concealed knife is a felony, but I can carry an .50 cal Desert Eagle under my jacket w/ an extended 30 round magazine. Makes sence, hugh?

In FL, I had always carried a Harley Davidson branded knife, not sure who made them.
It's not a knife sir, it's a bayonet for the Desert Eagle....
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Old October 13th, 2009, 11:22 AM   #7
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I can't carry a knife. In Ohio we have a 'Concealed Handgun License'. Carrying a concealed knife is a felony, but I can carry an .50 cal Desert Eagle under my jacket w/ an extended 30 round magazine. Makes sence, hugh?

In FL, I had always carried a Harley Davidson branded knife, not sure who made them.
Makes perfect sense.
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Swiss Army Tool Kit.
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I usually carry this..


or this...


sometimes this..


The SOG is the only assisted opening blade, the 2 Spyderco's open smooth and fast.
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Oh, I see some beauties in here.

My EDC depends on where I'm going. Usually it's either Spyderco Endura, Benchmade Pika or Byrd Raven. Sometimes it could be Coldsteel Recon Tanto, Ultimate Hunter or some other special tool. I also keep Wenger Delemont in my car and Leatherman Wave in the wife's.
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Either a Kershaw Leek, Vapor, or a Gerber Ez-out for a lockback. A Victorinox or Wenger swiss army knife always goes along for the ride too.
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I guess I'm not very "High-Speed, Low-Drag". I carry a Cold Steel medium plain edge Tanto Point Voyager. Have had it and carried it for years, always worked out VERY WELL for me. With the thumb stud, I can open it one handed almost as fast as one of the spring-assisted knives. The pocket clip isn't very good, the knife will come unclipped and fall out of my pocket on a regular basis, so I just carry it in my pocket instead of clipped on my pocket. Pic below (I hope, tried hot-linking directly to the Cold Steel website), second from the left.

http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/csstoreonline_2074_686755

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I carry a Canal Street NRA ramshorn trapper. In my pack I carry a small hatchet, a SOG multitool and a Bark River fixed blade.

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Here's my Benchmade Griptilian and Victorinox Compact knife. Both carried daily for the last 4-5 years? or so.

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This is my everyday work knife. It's made by a friend of mine from Texas.

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