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Any and all knives or other edged things. Special preference for BUCK knives
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BruniX
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EDC knife

Post by BruniX » Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:08 am

I have it in my pocket every day !
love it !

CRKT Ripple II
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i'm knives collector, my favorites are
- folding => crkt
- fixed => mainly Tops (tactical ops) :twisted:
and OKC, Condor ..
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Bubbas4570
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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by Bubbas4570 » Sun May 19, 2019 4:38 pm

Top 2 are my everyday working knives. The Kershaw was my go-to for pretty much everything and such, until I "rediscovered" the old Utica that had been my father's many, many years ago. I had just happened to buy a new pouch to carry something else (which didn't quite work out as planned) and the Utica then gained a new home on my belt. Unfortunately I hadn't figured out how to correctly use my new fangled sharpener, and took most of the point off the working Kershaw, but it still served well.

Bottom two are my dress knives for when, well, you just need to look a bit more refined..... :D
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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by Bubbas4570 » Sun May 19, 2019 4:40 pm

I do have a good old Buck 110 sitting around here, but the Utica is a tad trimmer in the hand, and the ties to my father cannot be overstated.
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How many? #943 and 944 》H006M and H001M

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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by GunnyGene » Sun May 19, 2019 5:06 pm

Buck 110 EDC. But since I live out in the MS woods, I'll often carry a Woodmans Pal also to deal with the underbrush, vines, etc. This is a stock photo, mine shows a bit more usage. ;) Very useful tool that I'd recommend to anyone heading out for a few days in the woods. They are available here, but it looks like they discontinued the military model I have.

https://www.woodmanspal.com/product/woodmans-pal-481/

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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by Bubbas4570 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 6:58 am

Is it a bad thing when you go back to a much simpler "using" knife? My buck 110 copy has been a comfortable companion for many hours and days, much more so than the other pocket clip knives i was using......

Once again, I get more enjoyment out of something simpler.....
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How many? #943 and 944 》H006M and H001M

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Re: Show off your daily user

Post by PT7 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:32 am

Glad to see this knife thread brought up again. Since I posted in Sept 2017, I have made some changes in my EDC usage. Love to post knife photos, so here is an update.

In the first page of this thread, I posted a photo of my 35-year-old SAK Climber. Here is a group picture of some of my SAKs, including that traditional SAK with red handles. I gifted the black Climber in the center to a buddy, who never before owned a SAK. He thinks it's really cool. The knife at the bottom is my current EDC, the patriotic SAK Tinker.

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This is almost identical in size to the Climber, which I still use. The Tinker definitely gets everyday use. If for some odd reason I don't find it in my right pocket, sometime during the day I will need to make sure it gets there!

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And I fairly often belt-carry the slim, easy-to-handle grey Buck 722 Spitfire. This knife is very functional, and a great looker, too.

Grey Buck 722 Spitfire.jpg
It's been fun looking at everyone's EDCs again.
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