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    If you have a cool blade throw up a pic. There have been a few other knife threads but this one applies to fixed blades or pocketknives. I'll get it started.

    Left to right: Schrade PH2, Kabar Zombie Acheron (Neck or Boot knife.), Buck 110 (Was my dad's EDC and is now mine.), CRKT Thunderbolt.
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    Everyday carry a Buck 110. Always will.

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    Carry a Buck 110 as well. Before that I carried a Shrade Uncle Henry. Also usually carry a razor knife at work so I don't fuck up my blade strippin wire and shit.

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    custom made for me by SFC Mitchell of 1st Ranger Battallion back when i was a young army ranger.






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    Fuckin badass dude^

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    That's one of the most serious knives I've ever seen.

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    diy570 that has to be one of the coolest knives I've ever seen, very nice.

    I'm not gonna go digging through all my gear and jacket/vest to take a photo so I'm just going to toss up googled photos of what ones I currently carry.

    CRKT K.I.S.S its my every day carry go to and it's a surprisingly good knife for $20 and the one I use the most.

    S.O.G. Twitch assisted opening, its my field knife or when I'm in uniform, illegal out in town. It's a POS blade edge chipped within 2 weeks. It was supposed to replace this:

    Gerber Applegate, this is a pretty good pig sticker just not as quick as the S.O.G. but it's held up really well.

    This little bad boy I stash in my vest front pocket so I always have a knife on me. S.O.G. mini.

    Then this a Leatherman Wave, I keep with my tools it's a super handy tool.

    Next purchase will be a proper belt knife, one of our members on here makes them and I'm going to commission one of his works and then send it off to another that does good leatherwork for the sheath.
    (Sorry not all photo links worked I'll edit to fix later)
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    I have a CRKT K.I.S.S, one of my favorite knives. I'll get some pics up tonight, I've got a nice little collection going.

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    Old as fuck, Sharp as fuck,
    A gift from a brother!!




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    Thread search engine...: http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showth...ghlight=Knives

    11 pages of knives. And it's one of many topics about showing your knives.

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    Contrary to popular belief, assisted opening knives are not illegal in the people's republic of California. That sog twitch is legal for joe civilian since you have to move the blade to open it. If it was a push button switchblade then it would be illegal.

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    I don't have any knives, any guns or any ammunition. Nor do I have any accessories for same. I am not in possession of any instruments what so ever that can be construed as lethal, dangerous or otherwise injurious in any way, shape or form.

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    Arby you sound like a dude on probation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grindhouse View Post
    Thread search engine...: http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showth...ghlight=Knives

    11 pages of knives. And it's one of many topics about showing your knives.
    Thanks for being of so much help, fucking forum nazi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grindhouse View Post
    Thread search engine...: http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showth...ghlight=Knives

    11 pages of knives. And it's one of many topics about showing your knives.
    and now there is another thread prick!
    maybe he wanted to make his own thread!

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    (l-r) CRKT K.I.S.S., Leatherman Kick, Kershaw Leek, Spyderco Tenacious, 1970s Gerber Sportsman II, Buck 110, and an Edge Brand Model 420. Kershaw or the CRKT are the EDC, Gerber stays at home with the Spyderco, the Leatherman and the Buck come with me when I ride, but I may switch that out for Edge if I can mount it nicely somewhere on my bike.

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    Here are mine - both nice & sharp. Now looking to get a custom push dagger made.

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    ^
    The sheath on your "youth" knife looks new?

    I have an old "youth" knife, you can still see some of the engraving on the blade, but it has seen a grinding wheel at some point and was made towards the end of the war , because the metal is not stainless steel.

    I wonder how much it is worth?

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    My new EDC. Got it from my kids for X-mas. Love it so far. everything I need, and it fits in my pocket.


    Leatherman Skeletool
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    My letter opener. Spyderco Sage II. Full titanium frame lock.
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