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Post by Deputydave »

Well it's been a few months since the OP so I figured I'd update a bit. I've been mainly carrying that Byrd Crossbill I have pictured above. That thing is SHARP and I've actually cut myself on it once :o

Light enough I don't really feel it in the pocket yet feels heavy enough in the hand to be substantial. Glad I picked it up and it's come in handy quite a bit.
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Post by MiamiOffshore »

Mine is a Microtech D/E Scarab for 13 years. Spring is still very strong. They are worth the $ and stand the test of time!

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Post by TC6969 »

I've carried a Kalashnikov AK74 for many years as my edc.

IMO its a $40.00 knife that should cost $120.

I don't use it for cutting or opening anything.

Its there for the day when I need a 3.25" razor blade with a point on it NOW.


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Post by MiamiOffshore »

Boker's are great value for the money! I had a Boker Plus strike (i think that was the name) EDC for a couple years whenever I didn't want my Microtech on me. Generally abused it just to see what it would take. The screws kept coming loose even with lock-tite. I eventually lost it on a boat trip. Would not hesitate to pick up another. On that note Blade has a sale right now on some quality automatics for under $50.

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Post by XenShooter »

For me, it's still a Buck 112 Ranger in a leather sheath. Been on my belt for too many years to remember...
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Post by tcpip95 »

Leatherman Surge for me.


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