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My new Emerson Persian Tactical!
 
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Cold Steel AD-10 for today's lift.



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I carried this today, anticipating a cigar this evening. Looks like I will carry it again tomorrow, as I was unable to fire one up this evening. Old pic, but it still looks like new.



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Will be using this one all weekend.


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I have been carrying a Dozer daily for about 9 months now.
Made with a D2 blade, cocobolo handle, and brass rivets. The kydex sheath that is very comfortable to wear.
It is called "K-35 Gentleman's knife". Very happy with it.


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I carried this today, anticipating a cigar this evening. Looks like I will carry it again tomorrow, as I was unable to fire one up this evening. Old pic, but it still looks like new.



My favorite Cigar. How was it Steve?
 
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Jeff,

I believe that pic is of the one you sent me, in addition to some other great sticks.

It was an amazing smoke. Not too strong, just right for me. Great flavor, even burn and one you just want to continue forever.

When I went to purchase more, I realized why I liked it so much.

Thank you for being so generous.


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CRKT Bearclaw, pointed, serrated.
Abel folder 1/2 serrated.


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I just received my first Great Eastern Cutlery Knife. I got the #44 Buffalo Jack. I cannot believe how sweet this knife is. The fit and finish is unmatched by any other knife I have ever seen in my 74 years on this earth. I collect Case knives and have for many years. I have about 30 different Case knives. Well, they just got blown away by this GEC Northfield #44. Sorry I cannot give you a picture of it. It is jugged bone and the bolsters are brass. It has a great look to it. The walk and talk of this knife is unmatched. The pull is about an 8 which is more than I like, but I am sure it will work down to a 6 or 7 over the years of carry. This is to be one of my carry knives for sure. I don't like safe queens. I use all my knives at one time or another. My other carry knives are a Case Swayback Jack in Stag, and an AG Russell lock back with a special blade that I cant remember the name of right now. Sorry I am getting old an this happens from time to time.
Anyway. I just want to recommend Great Eastern Cutlery to any and all. Take a look. They have some great blades of all types.
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Some carbon fiber scaled tools for this week... Cool



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Carrying the new guy. Still in the honeymoon phase, but really liking it so far. Might end up being my new default carry knife.



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