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3 7/8 inch closed, Great Eastern Cutlery Tidioute Cody Scout Lockback (721116), has Canvas Micarta handles and Brass liners.
The blade steel is 1095 and finish is Satin. Nice and Lansky sharp ... and a cup of coffee

 
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Nice 72 Hobbs. I have seven GECs (so far), and they're all top quality. Mine are all #15 & 77 Barlows, with a couple Scouts thrown in.


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I need another Ares like I needed a hole in my head, but I was able to purchase this beauty from a fellow forumite. It hasn't left my pocket.




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Lovin' the P7
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I'm always anxious to find office friendly EDC knives and found a Benchmade Impel Auto a couple of weeks ago. It's a 2" blade of CPM-S30V steel. Great auto action and locks up solidly. I've carried it every day since I got it.



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I had a Flash by Shane Sibert a few years ago and sold it. I finally ordered another, a great little hiking/general purpose blade. Comes with a Kydex sheath that can be setup for horizontal or
Vertical carry.



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"VERSUS"

 
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I'm always anxious to find office friendly EDC knives and found a Benchmade Impel Auto a couple of weeks ago. It's a 2" blade of CPM-S30V steel. Great auto action and locks up solidly. I've carried it every day since I got it.





Nice, i picked up an impel last week.
 
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ZT 350 with stripes!


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Nice 710-1401. That photo really makes the blue stand out.



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Nice 710-1401. That photo really makes the blue stand out.


Thanks. The pivot needs some blue loctite before I can feel comfortable carrying it more. Keeps backing out.
 
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