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What knife is in your pocket or on your hip?

Just wondering what you guys are carrying?

I been on a Kershaw kick lately. Right now I have a Kershaw Camber in my pocket.
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-16-2016, 04:49 PM
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I have a Schatt&Morgan swell center folder in orange bone. I believe it to be a prototype from the Series in the 90's.
On my hip is an intregal hunter I finally got around to finishing a month or so ago. Curly oak scales/5160 steel.
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Re: What knife is in your pocket or on your hip?

Well most days I have a Case stockman pattern three blades in my pocket. Jigged handles When I put one on my side its usually one I made but I am partial at the moment to a small 2 1/2 inch blade with maple scales.

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Everyday carry sog twitch holds edge can be used one handed

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old case stockman is always in my pocket. Woods walking I throw the BK-2 on my belt.
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Pocket carry is an Old Timer from the mid 70s, single blade lockback. Hunting is a Case 2 blade folding hunter.
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Re: What knife is in your pocket or on your hip?

Usually a Buck 110 from the early 80s or a Leatherman Sidekick (great multitool if you need one). I need to update my knife though. Any recommendations for a lightweight folder with 3.5 or 4 inch blade?

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Re: What knife is in your pocket or on your hip?

I like the American made Kershaw and Benchmade folders. Though, today I am carrying a Spyderco Endura plain edge(Jap made) which I think has a 3.5 inch blade and is light weight. I like the Spyderco because it tucks in the waistband nicely. Another nice lightweight folder is the Kershaw Skyline, but it only has a 3" blade.
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I like the American made Kershaw and Benchmade folders. Though, today I am carrying a Spyderco Endura plain edge(Jap made) which I think has a 3.5 inch blade and is light weight. I like the Spyderco because it tucks in the waistband nicely. Another nice lightweight folder is the Kershaw Skyline, but it only has a 3" blade.
I had a skyline and I loved it but I bent the tip a little too easily. I got it from Walmart though so I wonder if it was inferior quality.

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