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Very nice idea, sir !

Looks very handy Big Grin




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Belly full of turkey and all the fixins.
Then enjoyed a bowl of latakia-heavy baccy and a strong cup of coffee.
This is probably why I can't sleep right now.Smile




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Spyderco serrated Endura, iconic SIG Forum knife, and either an ESEE Izula or Candiru.
 
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Ran across this little guy on our daily walk today.


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Damn that's a BIG knife! No wonder you put it down. Big Grin


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The Spyderco is my kayaking knife, but it doesn't see a whole lot of use as such. So every once in a while I'll wear it for a day or so.


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Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.

 
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Damn that's a BIG knife! No wonder you put it down. Big Grin


We live in the boonies & we walk about 5 miles every day. We see everything from little garter snakes, to turkey, to black bear, but have never run across a box turtle that small.


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Socom Elite manual

Spyderco Tenacious

A recently produced Case Stockman with horribly ground CV blades that bang all over each other when you close them, and wont hold an edge.


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Benchmade Contego 810.
 
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ZT 0900 and 0770CF. to be cliche... one is none; two is one! Additionally, an Emerson Karambit is in the briefcase.


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My son got me a SAK One Hand Trekker for my birthday a few months back - non-serrated version. I carry it constantly.


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"Suit" day... ZT 0450CF and/or 0770CF. Going light, nothing beats the 2+oz 0450CF.

Slacks or dress down days, 0900 or 0770CF; jeans or the outdoors call for the 0620.
Emerson karambit is always near, in the briefcase or car.


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Circa 1998 - Benchmade/Allen Elishewitz 910 Stryker (Gen.1) + M66-1 in a Miami Classic SH


And with a newer Auto Stryker:

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