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  1. #10041
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    I carried my Case Stockman Chestnut Brown CV today. I was ill that day, didnīt went to work.

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    This Standard Knife Company (Case) Eisenhower


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    This old boy today. A Shrade 834.





    Last edited by sappyg; 10-28-2011 at 11:36 PM. Reason: pics

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    Giving my peanuts some time off - Eight dot 62055.


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    A run of the mill Case XX Sodbuster jr continually finds it's way into my pocket. I don't use it too much, but that walk and talk makes a lightweight slipjoint an easy impulse. Also, it rides atop a skoal tin better than any of my favorite toothpicks or trappers
    Last edited by Picksmith; 10-29-2011 at 02:44 AM.

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    Just the wenger atm.

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    Today I'm carrying an Uncle Henry 897UH (USA...of course)

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    Dowell Wharncliffe Trapper





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    Quote Originally Posted by Picksmith View Post
    A run of the mill Case XX Sodbuster jr continually finds it's way into my pocket. I don't use it too much, but that walk and talk makes a lightweight slipjoint an easy impulse. Also, it rides atop a skoal tin better than any of my favorite toothpicks or trappers
    Why don't you carry your can of Skoal in your back pocket and your sodbuster in your front? Most people I know prefer that method.

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    My yellow CV Peanut.


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    being in a land of the sheeple, i'm not allowed to carry a real knife. unless it's under 3 in. & hasn't got a lock, and only if i'm a good boy and never use it. or carry it on a train or subway ('tube' over here ). anyhow, i have a couple that are 'UK Legal', tho if i scare someone with it, i'd be liable for prosecution for use of an offensive weapon.
    the one i am carrying today is a UK Navy/Marine issue knife:
    Last edited by kronckew; 10-29-2011 at 12:07 PM. Reason: added pic i took of my actual one
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  12. I was totin' a Case Swayback Gent and a Case 3347 Stockman today.

    Used both knives to "help" carve some pumpkins.




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    Quote Originally Posted by kronckew View Post
    being in a land of the sheeple, i'm not allowed to carry a real knife. unless it's under 3 in. & hasn't got a lock, and only if i'm a good boy and never use it. or carry it on a train or subway ('tube' over here ). anyhow, i have a couple that are 'UK Legal', tho if i scare someone with it, i'd be liable for prosecution for use of an offensive weapon.
    the one i am carrying today is a UK Navy/Marine issue knife:
    I been looking for one of those, I had one as a kid that got stolen...miss that knife! do they come up often?

    I've got this one:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert.B View Post
    I been looking for one of those, I had one as a kid that got stolen...miss that knife! do they come up often?
    ...
    forget where i got that one, but they're still being made in sheffield.

    seen a few others 4-sale on other websites. also a 2 bladed one (no marlinspike) which is the proper 'army' one as they don't do fancy knot work much .
    Last edited by Blues; 10-30-2011 at 11:36 AM. Reason: removed vendor link
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    The Chestnut Bone Swayback today. These three are always my EDC dilemma, I never know which one to take for a ride.

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    A little SS lockback...probably chinese but it rides well.

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    Groove if I was you I would carry all three
    These two today.

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    Electricians Knife

    €7,06 knife from a hardware store.







    It's my edc alongside a smaller canoe whenever I shouldn't bring my cs pocket bushman. A good carbon steel and sharpens to razor sharp on a coffee mug bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kronckew View Post
    being in a land of the sheeple, i'm not allowed to carry a real knife. unless it's under 3 in. & hasn't got a lock, and only if i'm a good boy and never use it. or carry it on a train or subway ('tube' over here ). anyhow, i have a couple that are 'UK Legal', tho if i scare someone with it, i'd be liable for prosecution for use of an offensive weapon.
    the one i am carrying today is a UK Navy/Marine issue knife:
    I like the "Oil the joints" stamp...

    Quote Originally Posted by supratentorial View Post
    I was totin' a Case Swayback Gent and a Case 3347 Stockman today.

    Used both knives to "help" carve some pumpkins.



    Thats a good pair and nice job on the Pumpkin

    Quote Originally Posted by Gobbo_the_civet View Post
    €7,06 knife from a hardware store.







    It's my edc alongside a smaller canoe whenever I shouldn't bring my cs pocket bushman. A good carbon steel and sharpens to razor sharp on a coffee mug bottom.
    I'm really likin that one
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    Quote Originally Posted by sappyg View Post
    This old boy today. A Shrade 834.



    I love that jigging. That is one nice knife.
    Rest in peace Maniacal Pete. I wish I could have done more.

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