What pocket knife do you carry?

Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by DesertTime, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. markjnewcomb

    markjnewcomb Well-Known Member

    Until about 6:00 last night I had a nice spyderco that I have carried for a few years. I have no idea where it went, but I have lost it. I have already counted 6 times today that I wanted use my knife. I think I'll spend the rest of the day looking for it. :sad024:
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  2. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    Bummer! I hope it turns up. (If it does, of course, it will be when you are looking for something else.)
  3. markjnewcomb

    markjnewcomb Well-Known Member

    I think it's more likely to show up as soon as I get a shipping confirmation on a replacement.
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  4. Killerflyingbugs

    Killerflyingbugs Well-Known Member

    I usually carry a Gerber gator. The older made in the USA ones.
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  5. johnnyflake

    johnnyflake Well-Known Member

    For over 50 years, I have always carried two knives on me. Of course, they have changed over the years, but not very often. For over 20 years now, I have carried a Classic, USA made, Buck 110 Folder in a Holster on my belt, and for about the last 4 years, I have carried a Gerber, Bear Gillis Folder in a pocket. I believe they are made in China, but it is a very worth knife. MVC-007S.JPG
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  6. RyX

    RyX DoH!

    Very good tool. Got my first one back when I had a '68 F-100 that leaked & burned oil. It worked well cutting a pour hole in the top of quart cans to keep the crank case lubed. Traded that well worn one to my brother for a '76 stag handled Case 5265 folding hunter. It was (still is) too pretty to treat rough. Not too long after I got another Buck 110. Don't know what happened to that second Buck, but dad gifted me another 110 couple years ago & I'm still carrying it. The cheap woven nylon holster wore out so it's in a slightly less cheap Gerber holster until that fails.
  7. DaveO

    DaveO Active Member

    I carry a Case Peanut in my pocket because it is small and very sharp.
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  8. Edsland

    Edsland Active Member

    Swiss army camper. I have a fisherman that I switch off
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  9. Eeyore

    Eeyore Well-Known Member

    I must admit that the past few months the only knife that I have with me is an Opinel #6. Small enough to fit in my pocket, large enough to be useful, and looks perfectly pedestrian and tool like.

    A Swiss Army Knife or a classy Laguiole look very nice, but as a simple tool it's hard to beat the Opinels.
  10. johnnyflake

    johnnyflake Well-Known Member

    Pictures please!
  11. johnnyflake

    johnnyflake Well-Known Member

    I love Mora and Opinel Knives. Carried and Opinel in my pocket for years.
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  12. Hammer8

    Hammer8 Well-Known Member

    I carried a Buck Stockman for years until it fell out of my pocket while working on a tractor. I’ve had a Buck model 112 in a belt sheath ever since.
  13. dbersh

    dbersh Well-Known Member

    Well I’m back to a Buck. The Spyderco Lil’Native, I just never got used to it and has been sitting in its box in a drawer for about 2 months, likely will let it go.
    Bought several Bucks in December and have been carrying the 340 ever since.
    The Dec 2018 Buck of the Month and a 112 LT, both waiting patiently for a turn.
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  14. steve207

    steve207 Well-Known Member

    I carry my grandpa's knife from the 30s or 40s BARLOW pocket knife when i got it it was very dull it took me a week to sharpen it and 4 years to dull it one hell of a good knife they don't make them like this anymore i lost it one or twice i went ape shit and turned my place upside down and side ways to find it it's on me all the time i feel naked without it
  15. Chuck Naill

    Chuck Naill Well-Known Member

    Two Boker barlows, a Case whittler, and for hiking a Cold Steel

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