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    Grandmaster hotfarmboy1's Avatar
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    I can't remember the name of it but the Benchmade in this picture made with 154cm steel.



    I picked that one up from Brad and carry it on one side. While my 1911 series folder is on the other on my belt. Then I keep a small plier tool in one pocket, and once I get it sharpened I'll keep an old Schrade Old timer with me as well. And of course more in my vehicle and GHB.

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    The Kershaw Leek.

    I've carried it more than any other knife. It may not hold an edge as long as a lot of the others out there, but it's small light unobtrusive fast to deploy and use and quick to put up.

    It's pretty much a part of my body, I'd feel rather claw-less without it.
    "All rifles need a sharp pointy object on the end!"

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    Chris Reeve Sebenza and a Spyderco Manix 2. They both take care of about all my cutting chores and tasks.

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    My go-to folder is a Buck Odyssey (for light cutting chores) & my go-to fixed blade is a Scrap Yard Scrapper 5 (for the heavier cutting chores).

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    Spyderco Waved Endura (thanks Brad), left front pocket to reverse grip. IZULA at the beltline horizontal appendix postion.
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    Spyderco Tenacious.
    I also carry a buck tactical folder.
    #BRING BACK OUR SQUIRREL! 'Merica!

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    Kershaw Blackout
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    After I heard about the Kershaw Leek, I did my research and bought one. I am very pleased with the Leek. A Leek is an Onion Knife. :>)
    "For those few who have fought for it, freedom has such a sweet taste that those protected will never know." (author unknown)

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    "No State shall convert a liberty into a privilege, license it, and charge a fee therefore. U.S. Supreme Court, Murdock v. PA, 1943

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    Tanto Bowie by Shadow Tech Knives

    Picked it up at the 1500 a few years back, not the most costly blade I own but it's a work horse, holds a nice edge and it built to take an absolute beating.

    "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - HST

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    A Kershaw "needs work "is always with me
    Freedom is the sure possession of those alone with the courage to defend it - Pericles

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