1/22/2006 5:34am, #11
I currently carry a CRKT Longs Peak. It's a nice little tac folder without a serrated edge (I'm not a fan of them because, although they cut better, they're hard to sharpen). It's also got a dual lock feature so that there is no possibility of the blade closing in on your fingers.
Of course, if we're talking about favorite knives, I'll always swear by my Ka-Bar. Those leathernecks really know how to design a knife."Onward we stagger, and if the tanks come, may God help the tanks." - Col. William O. Darby
1/24/2006 9:49am, #12
My "every day" - Cold Steel Vaquero (large)
If you like knives, check out the site in my profile page for some awesome hand-made Filipino stuff.Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
4/04/2006 10:57pm, #13
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4/04/2006 11:03pm, #14
I have a few. Carry a Buck folder with me most places, handy little sucker and you never know when you're gonna need one. Keep a Gerber multitool in the car and one in the bedroom, useful little suckers. The rest are big boys, can't carry em around in public: SOG SEAL 2000, "Big Buck" (as I call him, basically a big sheath Buck), Arkansas Toothpick (mostly for fun), a Spyderco folder or two, Buck Strider folding tanto, and an Iraqi bayonet.
What I really want is one of these.
*drools* Can we say "costs a pretty penny", though? :(
4/04/2006 11:24pm, #15Originally Posted by Koto_Ryu
Originally Posted by Koto_Ryu
How much is that bad boy?:new_all_c
4/04/2006 11:26pm, #16
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I used to carry the vaquero grande, but I guess I live in one of those "non permissive envionments" or whatever you want to call it, so I've been looking into smaller blades. The bear claw is just fine, but the most concealable blade I've seen (that still seems to be enough blade for the task) is This one. Anyone tried them?
Now if I thought I'd be using the blade mostly for dispatching onrushing marauders I'd carry a punch dagger or something, but the biggest threat I usually face on a day to day basis tends to be something along the lines of EVIL wrapping and packanging, and EVIL tape and EVIL stuff that needs cutting (or will result in endless frustration :mumum: )
4/04/2006 11:30pm, #17Originally Posted by Neildo
In actuality, I can't recall offhand, but it is enough to make you wince.