Another Kershaw guy here. I carry a Leek. Nice pocket knife. Initially I was worried about the speed-safe opening but it is a neat little feature.
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Small multi-blade folders - no gadgets, just 2-4 blades and not too bulky. Tree brand, Schatt and Morgan, AG Russell, Boker, or similar. I used to carry a Swiss Army climber in my briefcase - good for travel with scissors and a corkscrew. Since the newer FAA restrictions, it sits in the drawer most of the time.
I have big pockets.
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I've carried a pocket knife since I was nine years old. My dad always has so he introduced me to them. I mostly carry a Case mini copperhead of which I have two. I also have a Case pen knife, a Buck, a Barlow, a Swiss Army knife, and an unidentifiable knife that my grandfather used to carry.
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A good old SAK....A simple one in my lunch bag and an old "camper" for trips and around the house.
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Swiss Army has been in my pocket almost 20 years. The model is called the Tinker. There is a small phillips screwdriver instead of a corkscrew.
Spyderco Military or Bladetech Pro Hunter Lite on work days... a Dozier Straight Personal on weekends.
A Blackie Collins Utility Knife.
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When I was 5 I used to run around with a mini Lion-O sword in my pocket. Does that count?
The Will Henry I mentioned in an earlier post is on the bottom (the top one is a custom David Broadwell Impala Folder):
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For me, it either one of two Gerbers. I usually have the Gerber L.S.T. on me, and occasionally with carry a Gerber AR 3.5
I carried an antique Barlow pearl handled 3" knife with me until it was misplaced fairly recently.
If it turns out that I still have it and I find it, I will continue to carry it.
+1 for Kershaw. I bought one a good number of years back, and it's been fantastic.
Found this at k-mart for $7. Holds an edge better than alot of $40 to $50 knives I've had. Its my everyday knife.
Emerson CQC-7B. I own a few knives, Benchmade, Cold Steel, Kershaw and a few others, but this Emerson just beats them out for edge holding and everyday toughness.
I'm curious about the Tanto blade style shown in the Emerson CQC-7 photo. I know it's supposed to be stronger - and I can see that benefit in a self defense application - but is it okay to use in an everyday application, or do you think a more traditional style would be more useful? I also imagine that extra edge makes it difficult to sharpen?
I would like to have an Emerson and can't decide if I should go with this blade or the spearpoint/traditional.
I carry either a Case trapper or Old Timer trapper every day, just depends which one I grab in the morning.
Why, I even carry a pocket knife is beyond me, eight hours a day I have 4 knives in a scabbard on my hip. When I leave work they leave with me.
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A Leek from Kershaw just arrived, and I've got a Kershaw Scallion and a Kershaw Speed Bump on the way.
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