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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-27-2016, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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Re: What knife is in your pocket or on your hip?

Walmart sells the same Kershaw as any other store. Were you prying with the knife? I never had a point/tip bend, but I have broken quite a few.lol
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Re: What knife is in your pocket or on your hip?

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Walmart sells the same Kershaw as any other store. Were you prying with the knife? I never had a point/tip bend, but I have broken quite a few.lol
Can't remember what I was doing but I'm sure it was stupid.

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post #13 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-15-2017, 08:50 AM
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Time to resurrect this old, but fun thread. I keep a Hogue neck knife under my shirt, and a Buck #112 Ranger on my belt. The Ranger is my favorite Buck model. Carried one for years as a firefighter, and keep a new spare in the safe "just in case".

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Old Timer single blade lock back mod. 1940. Have had it since the late 70s.
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S&W ExtremeOps - Comes in handy more than I thought.
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I like Gerber for the sole reason that they're cheap. I've had some CRKT, Buck, and S&W knives and they were all great except no matter how much I spent they never seemed any less likely to be lost.
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My everyday pocket knife is an Old Timer 194OT, my hunting knife is an Old Timer125OT which is basically a 194OT in a larger size. I have two brand new 194OT's that I will give to the grandsons when their old enough to treat them with respect. All are USA made.
I'm looking for a Jean Case fixed blade like my father's, son is carrying it now but wants a different knife, afraid of loosing this one. Would be a nice gift if I can find one, which I will.
I'm also looking for a Kinsfolks 380, like the one I loss many years ago. I've found a couple but the price hasn't been right for the condition. Again I'll find the right one at the right price sooner or later.

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