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    Got my first Hinderer... XM18 3.5". Nice knife, feels solid.




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  3. #62
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    I like the SOG "Flash" assisted opening. It has about a 3-3.5" blade, composite handle, ambi-pocket clip (adjustable) and holds a good edge. I also like the Leatherman "Wave". Best design of theirs yet, has 2 knife blades you can access without opening the tool.
    Chief

  4. I have several clip knives, but my favorite is definitely the Smith and Wesson Assisted Opening SWAT Medium, partially serrated. It stays sharp, opens fast, and the serrated blade is great for cutting rope and such in a hurry. I also have a S&W border guard (about ten inches long when open), but it is too big for EDC. A gerber mini paraframe rounds out the collection, and is great for small jobs.

    My brothers have Gerber or CRKT clip knives, and overall I prefer my S&W. The CRKT flexes a lot when in use, where the S&W is rock solid, even when abused a bit.

    Just my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamsBro2 View Post
    I have several clip knives, but my favorite is definitely the Smith and Wesson Assisted Opening SWAT Medium, partially serrated. It stays sharp, opens fast, and the serrated blade is great for cutting rope and such in a hurry. I also have a S&W border guard (about ten inches long when open), but it is too big for EDC. A gerber mini paraframe rounds out the collection, and is great for small jobs.

    My brothers have Gerber or CRKT clip knives, and overall I prefer my S&W. The CRKT flexes a lot when in use, where the S&W is rock solid, even when abused a bit.

    Just my 2 cents.
    I have the Smith and Wesson Assisted Opening SWAT as well, but prefer the SOG Flash. It is essentially the same knife except that the SOG has a polymer handle so it weighs about half as much. At least if the S&W is the same, mine has a silver colored handle with some black rubber grip inserts.

    One perk in the Coast Guard is we could always justify the expense of a knife in the marine environment. I have a collection that cost me not one single dollar (but about 25yrs of my life )
    Chief

  6. i giving a serious look at a kershaw whirlwind 1560 plain blade.
    any one have any pros / cons. i have spyderco, buck and gerber so looking for something different.
    i know it's a revised copy of the blackout 1550; just added 3 little holes (for ??reason) along the top of the blade.
    and the blade seems a bit thicker than the 1550

  7. What about stun guns and pepper spray for protection.....legal in NY???

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    Old thread, but I like to EDC the Spyderco Paramilitary 2 and the Emerson Mini CQC 15.

  9. #68
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    I think I already posted on here, but just found one of my favorites while cleaning the closet, The Gerber Applegate-Fairbairn Double Bevel Covert folding dagger. Got this in the service for use during search and rescue. It is a little large for pocket carry, and probably illegal due to the blade length, but it is well made, balanced and holds an edge perfectly
    Here's what it looks like:

    Gerber Applegate-Fairbairn Combat Folding Knife 4.48 Partially
    Chief

  10. Whats your Favorite Knife-dsc01582.jpgWhats your Favorite Knife-dsc01581.jpgbought the kershaw whirlwind (the one made in the USA) and i'm not disappointed. rugged, SHARP, lifetime guarantee, opens fast. not one that you would likely in dress slacks (although i do) figure it will last me a long time...
    Last edited by canislupus; 07-08-2014 at 01:06 PM. Reason: added photos

  11. Enlan EL-01.

    Don't leave home without it:

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