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Spyderco Military! I have several and the get rotated around. I occasionally carry any one of dozens of other knives but I seem to always end back up with the Spyderco Military.....


Remember, this is all supposed to be for fun...................
 
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Spyderco PM2 and Victorinox Classic.


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More knives than we need?

No such thing.

But I've been carrying a Delica a lot lately.




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More knives than we need?

No such thing.



I have a lot more knives than I need.

And FAR fewer than I want!!! ;-)


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Spyderco Butterfly. Swiss Army Classic. I like very small pocket knives. For one a little larger, Kershaw Chill. Used to be the Skyline, but I like the Chill's slimmer blade.
 
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In addition to whatever modern folder I’m carrying, this SAK Alox Cadet is always in my left pocket. It hardly takes up any pocket room & is so useful, there’s no reason not to carry it.


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Benchmade Mini-Grip. I'll carry a Leek for awhile but always go back to the Mini-Grip.

This ^^^^^

In fact: It's getting a sharpening and going back into my pocket again today.




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in ma pocket for five decades and counting...






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Victorinox SAK Climber daily.

sometimes accompanied by a Kershaw Leek or Cryo.

When I am working around the house or in the yard, a $20 Buck Bantam 285.
 
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Emerson CQC 7
 
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If I'm wearing something w/ back pockets, most likely a Victorinox Tinker is in there. Been carrying the same one for 25+ years.
 
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Spyderco PM2 on work days. I wear slacks in an office environment. A PM2 rides perfectly, upright, in the coin pocket inside the right front slash pocket of all my slacks.

It's handier to get to than if it were clipped to a jeans pocket, thin enough that it doesn't print (essential for an office environment), and light weight. The length of the PM2 also makes it easier to grab than any of my shorter knives.


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Burnley kwaiken flipper and the same Mcusta Tactility with Stamina wood handles. Just picked up a ZT 0801TIBLU that is getting some carry time, stupid light for big blade. Learning to really like a basic folder - the Falkniven Gentlemen’s folder








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Benchmade Mini-grip. Have other bechmades, and love my traditional Case knives, but the mini-grip is my go to
 
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Spyderco Tenacious.
 
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Usually one of these:



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I've got 2 Zero Tolerance knives, 2 Emersons, a First Tactical, 2 Bastions, and about a dozen Benchmades.

For me, the one I keep grabbing is my Benchmade Griptillion with the custom AWT black scales.


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My vintage Benchmade AFCK is my usual goto edc. It is the perfect combination of slim and secure in the pocket. It has many years of character.





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Same here my Benchmade Mini Griptillian depending on what I'm wearing but my Swiss Army Spartan is always in my pocket regardless.
 
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