Any Pocket Knife Folks Here?

Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by Redrock, Apr 8, 2016.

  1. Rick01

    Rick01 Member

    My Benchmade collection.

    535 Bugout (First Production No. 313)
    484-1 Nakamura Axis
    555HG Mini-Griptilian (AWT Scales)
    556BK-1 Mini-Griptilian

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  2. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    Sweet!
    Not much into tacticals myself. I work in a school and a traditional pocket knife doesn't seem to draw the attention a tactical would.
     
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  3. Rick01

    Rick01 Member

    My second most carried knife, Small Sebenza with Insingo blade. Absolutely love this knife! [​IMG]


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  4. Rick01

    Rick01 Member

    Same here really, these ones mostly don’t get used. My EDC is a Fallkniven U4 that lives on my key ring.


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  5. Preacher

    Preacher Well-Known Member

    ZT0300 in the pocket
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    ESEE 5 on the belt.
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  6. david of central florida

    david of central florida Rhubarb Rubber

    I've been carrying the SODBUSTER CA095a.jpg No lock, sort of a blunt point, but it's sharp, and fits nicely in my pocket.
     
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  7. Eeyore

    Eeyore Well-Known Member

    Classical looking, nice.

    I prefer traditional looking knives myself. Most of the time I carry a French peasant's or fisherman's knife.

    When travelling with checked luggage I always have an Opinel in my suitcase. With cabin baggage only (most weeks) I sadly go knifeless.

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  8. PickledNorthern

    PickledNorthern Fabulous, the unicorn

    I was eyeballing one of those the other day. How do the new (er) Case knives keep an edge?
     
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  9. david of central florida

    david of central florida Rhubarb Rubber

    The stainless feels like it loses its keenness a bit faster than the carbon. But I like the perceived cleanliness. The carbon browns in my pocket, while the stainless stays shiny.
    The case knifes seem to stay sharper longer for me.
    I also enjoy Boker, Parker, old schrade, some buck, some Gerber (older).
     
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  10. Eeyore

    Eeyore Well-Known Member

    Today it's this one again for me; an Au Sabot "Le Thiers" knife. Which surprisingly is a relatively modern design, inspired by the wish of the Thiers manufacturers and artisans to have a signature knife. There are many variations but they all have the same design basics.

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  11. PickledNorthern

    PickledNorthern Fabulous, the unicorn

    I like how you say “old Schrade”. I bought one a few months ago, a stockman or a trapper, I don’t even remember. I knew it was gonna be a beater at best, based on the cheap price, but it was maybe the biggest lump I have ever bought.
     
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  12. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    Three blades = stockman.
    Two blades on the same end = trapper.
    The can be slight variations to each, but that will tell you what you have.
     
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  13. PickledNorthern

    PickledNorthern Fabulous, the unicorn

    Thanks. I understand the difference, I meant that I did not remember what the knife was without going to get it and look.
     
  14. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    :ashamed001: gotcha.
     
  15. brit

    brit in a box

    kershaw splinter in red,never used,bought new in 06ish? and comanche cutlery.my old faithful in brass. ker.jpg
    not really a collector of knives but want to keep the splinter unused.still have the box somewhere.
     
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  16. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    My new Case 6375, large stockman, in amber bone. Picked this up yesterday at Cabela's in Hamburg, PA.
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  17. Eeyore

    Eeyore Well-Known Member

    Nice! I'm still carrying my Le Thiers. Next week I am traveling again, so I will go knifeless then (also because rules in the countries I often travel to are more strict than here).
     
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  18. John Beeman

    John Beeman Little chicken in hot water

    I'm curious about this knife I received recently. I've seen knives like this before but I'm not sure the purpose considering how long and narrow the blade is.
    This one the case is approximately 6" long and the blade is maybe 5" x 1/2".
    It's not very sharp so I wondered if its supposed to be a folding letter opener and I just think its a knife.
    It seems a bit long to go in your pocket and the narrow blade (for it's length) doesn't seem terribly practical.

    Maybe someone could enlighten me.

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  19. Troy M

    Troy M Prep: Mephitis mephitis musk

    Might be a pill buster or pharmacist's knife.
     
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  20. Bookworm

    Bookworm Well-Known Member

    It's a bit long for a letter opener, I'd say. As a standard drop point folding knife, I'd almost call it a fruit cutter, as it's so narrow along the entire length.

    No idea, really. Definitely interesting, and a lot more useful than the 8" folding 'buck' style knife I have :)
     

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