EDC XIII Which knife or knives are you carrying today?

Barman1

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Another more appetizing photo of today's carry.
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Gary W. Graley

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I’m pretty sure that it is from China, the Walk and talk is very good, no blade play, arrived sharp and pretty good behind the edge thickness, not a super slicer but cuts well. The inside edges of the frame were quite crisp, read sharp, but I found that to be on other knives as well, easy to remedy using my awl on my SAK Pioneer to scrape down the sharp corners.
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cbach8tw

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I’m pretty sure that it is from China, the Walk and talk is very good, no blade play, arrived sharp and pretty good behind the edge thickness, not a super slicer but cuts well. The inside edges of the frame were quite crisp, read sharp, but I found that to be on other knives as well, easy to remedy using my awl on my SAK Pioneer to scrape down the sharp corners.
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Thanks, appreciate the info, I liked the shape of the blade. Not sure I will get one, I have a few in vg 10 already. You seem to find some of the nice looking ones, but still affordable and bang for your buck.

I like some of the slip joints you had shown from Civivi, I think it was them, the Appalachian, something that looks traditional but with modern materials like micarta.
 
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