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Dave Shirley era Northwood Slimline Trapper in D2 steel
Probably made by Queen Cutlery. Looks like their Italian jig bone ...

 
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This is a "Cricket" from Bulgarian maker Stoil Manchev. A very well done piece, especially liking the Rag Micarta, thong hole, red liners and cool little pocket sheath. Fun to just drop in my pocket. The steel is AEB-L, marked on spine with the hardness, 60HRC.





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One of my favorite EDC knives: a 1997 Spyderco C41 Native (a.k.a.: "Original Native” and/or "Native I”) - #120 of the 1st run -

I bought it from Tim Wegner of Puyallup, WA who was given the knife by Spyderco to make a custom Kydex sheath for it. Tim started a little business in his WA garage. It is now known as Bladetech.


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Today it's the Gibbs knife. The ZT 0301.
 
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The Chavez Chub. It's small, sheeple friendly and does 90% of everything I use an EDC for.



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GEC H73210 Custom Pocket Sheath

 
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