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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by SteelSnob, Apr 26, 2010.
I've been carrying this one a lot lately.
Large Bone Collector folder, and the trusty Case Humpback Whittler.
A CTS-XHP Manix 2.
I love this knife so much.
I just can't seem to get this Overkill out of my pocket.
I have a few new favorites but today I have been enjoying the ZT 0200. This knife is beauty and beast to me. I have been scouting in the woods for the upcoming archery season and I like to have a "ready for anything" knife. It gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling.
my new spyderco endura with the emerson wave,,,its awesome
Carrying my brand new Spyderco PPT for the last few days. It's a little larger than my usual Native IV, but it fits the "Pocket Tank" description I was looking for. Spyderco's really outdone themselves, love this knife. Would love to see them release a mini version.
In other news, I need to get a camera other than a webcam.
Kansei Matsuno City knife. 3 5/8" closed, liner lock, amber stag and Devin Thomas Spirograph damascus. I really like carrying this one.
nice, that 440 or 154?
carry a old spydie BT C19, G10, PS today.
read his sig
I have my Spyderco Military.
You are correct my friend
Received some new knives so the fallkniven fh9 is finally out of the pocket after some weeks of carry. Like it very much but have to try my new ones.
Carry 2 of my latest purchases right now.
The Al Mar falcon talon and a kershaw od2.
I like both.
+1. Mine's the serrated tanto, mid sized. Bit big for some situations, but I'm just working around the house and garage.
I actually like their serrations, the combination of smooth areas and tight serrations do a good job on day to day tasks. The tanto point is a mixed blessing, but I was into them when I bought the knife and it works just fine.
That knife looks sweet! To be honest, I haven't been a fan of Spyderco's, although that is entirely based on looks and not function. However, that PPT is calling out to me and I think it may be my first Spyderco purchase. At some point anyhow - just as you scratch a newly acquired knife off your list a new one is never far behind to be added. The cycle never ends.