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Any and all knives or other edged things. Special preference for BUCK knives
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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by markiver54 » Thu Mar 05, 2020 11:59 am

Been on my belt every day for many, many years. I don't think a day goes by that I don't use it for one purpose or another.
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Post by RanchRoper » Thu Mar 05, 2020 8:14 pm

I am mostly packing this one nowadays, a Silver Stag with 5" blade. Real handy knife.

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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by dasmoeturhead » Sat May 09, 2020 8:45 am

1st off I have an extensive collection of knives. I have expensive knifes, less expensive, family heirlooms, and everything in between. I've been carrying knifes since 1964. The belt knife I carried in the USCG saved myself and another crewman's life once at sea. After that episode I NEVER went without some type of knife on me. I really don't like belt knifes, and I don't like heavy pocket knifes. My knife that I carry every day must be able to handle most chores on my 10 acres of land. That requires a good knife. So when I show you the knife that I carry 99% of the time, don't laugh. It weighs 3/4 of an once, it's flat, highly visible, and it holds an edge as good as most blades.
It's a Buck 425. I've had it since 89. In fact if I carry a folder with me or any other knife, this Buck goes along for the ride also. No matter what. They just started producing them again. Feast your eyes on this little gem.
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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by JEBar » Sat May 09, 2020 11:36 am

dasmoeturhead wrote:
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So when I show you the knife that I carry 99% of the time, don't laugh.
nothing to laugh at .. ;) .. for many years, most of my knives have been and continue to be Bucks .... for the last couple of months my daily carry pocket knife has been a the Buck 284 Bantam ... it weighs .6 oz and has proven to have all of the positive characteristics I've come to appreciate in a Buck ...
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Post by brm4450 » Sat May 09, 2020 1:33 pm

What I carry everday
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H006CS, H004V, H001TMER, H004SV, H001TV, H001TLB, H003T, H00MG, Rossi Ranch Hand, Uberti 1860, Winchester Model 97
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Post by CT_Shooter » Sat May 09, 2020 2:41 pm

I've got several pocket and sheath knives to choose among, but this 3.25" multi-tool is what I carry everyday. It was a Christmas gift I received about four years ago, and even though it's an inexpensive import, it holds a sharp edge, is well built, and the carabiner quickly and easily slips on and off my belt loop.
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H006M Big Boy Brass .357 - H001 Classic .22LR - Uberti / Taylors & Co. SmokeWagon .357 5.5" - Uberti / Taylors & Co. RanchHand .22LR 5.5"

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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by RanchRoper » Sat May 09, 2020 8:22 pm

Reminds of Maxwell Smart's "Swiss Army Shoe"....haha
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