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    yup, I am a sock-puppet of FFF, I carry Kershaws and nothing else has satisfied!

    My current one is a Ken Onion design:


    they have a cam-actuated opener which is just the shape of the blade where it sockets into the handle. It is a fantastic design and very easily opened with one hand.

    They make others that have a finger-tab on the back that you can sweep the knife open with but-like Cassius- I find it can occasionally snag on clothing and partly open up.

    btw, I am a carpenter&tradesguy by day and a Sambo dude by night and do not get into Krav-Silat duels or any **** like that. Kershaws are very nice knives.

    Tanto styles are silly IMO but this is a decent review, LOL@the dude who commented "I hate it when people eat when making a video"
    YouTube - Kershaw Blur knife review

    also, knife people are such oddballs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherserge View Post
    btw, I am a carpenter&tradesguy by day and ...do not get into Krav-Silat duels or any **** like that.
    I'd put 10 times more weight behind a carpenter's opinion about a knife than I ever would some Krav-Silat person. Knifes are tools first, weapons only as a last resort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Agreed.
    *cries* :-)


    p.s. that Kershaw folder opens handily from thumb-operation or in reverse-grip. Though it is a little tricky to get the hang of, you can use your ring finger to snap it open, which is a very cool commando-looking thing to do.
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    Two different Boker auto knives. First one wore out, however. They fit nicely in the cell phone pocket in my Dickies pants.

    They have rarely failed to open. Sharp, cut boxes with ease. Both have serrations closer to the handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherserge View Post
    btw, I am a carpenter&tradesguy by day and a Sambo dude by night and do not get into Krav-Silat duels or any **** like that.

    Tanto styles are silly IMO but this is a decent review, LOL@the dude who commented "I hate it when people eat when making a video"
    Quote Originally Posted by hapkido_keith
    I'd put 10 times more weight behind a carpenter's opinion about a knife than I ever would some Krav-Silat person. Knifes are tools first, weapons only as a last resort.
    I'm a carpenter. I carry a folder that has a tanto style blade.

    Of course that's only because I bought two Emerson Hard Wear knives for work and my first choice,



    won't hold an edge as well as this one,



    They're not pretty, but they're cheap and durable. They're also extremely light. Not so my non-work carry, a SOG Vulcan. It's pretty hefty for a pocket folder.



    I'm definitely not a knife authority, but I don't like CRKT knives. I've broken all three I purchased in short order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp View Post
    I'm a carpenter. I carry a folder that has a tanto style blade.
    Since I only have one knife for all purpose use, I have my SOG. If I had to pick a knife for purely work related jobs, I'd go with a tanto style blade as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp View Post
    I'm a carpenter. I carry a folder that has a tanto style blade.
    so, you're one of them...



    Not so my non-work carry, a SOG Vulcan. It's pretty hefty for a pocket folder.



    I'm definitely not a knife authority, but I don't like CRKT knives. I've broken all three I purchased in short order.
    CRKT's are crap. Reliable ones are: Spyderco, SOG, Kershaw, some Gerbers (depends on which), Bokers, the old school Buck pig-stickers, any freaking German made Solingen blade...there's some others I'm forgetting, guys?

    Oh ****! this is my favorite. Thread drift because its not a folder:



    p.s. hotlinked from "The Martialist" :-)
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    Serge, we are above that.
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    Right now I wear this one (Magnum Automat Kalashnikov 74, design by D. Pohl, AUS8 stainless steel, my first serious knife, got it on my 30th birthday from a dear friend):


    Dreaming of Emerson...

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