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  1. #71
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    I don't know that I have a "favorite" but this is what I carry most
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  3. #72
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    Folding Blades : XR-1 Black Folder - Serrated

    Mine has a cream colored handle. It is not a weapon/knife. It is a "rescue tool".
    I did a lot of research for quality and price. Check out the specs. on blade thickness.
    I found an online dealer that saved me something like 60 bucks.


    http://www.chestnutridgeknifeshop.co...b14a89&x=0&y=0

    This is more helpful. This is where I got it from.


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  4. #73
    I carry two, my benchmade nimravus II, which is there purely for sd and rarely gets used, and I have a small Gerber fixed blade that I took the original rubber handles off of and cord wrapped. The Gerber functions as a multi tool and has been through hell and back and is used daily. The benchmade however IMO is knife perfection, the balance and feel are incredible and the 154-cm crucible steel is tough as hell and holds a damn good edge.
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  5. #74
    Google "United Cutlery" - you won't be disappointed.
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  6. #75
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    My EDC knife has differed allot since I've been old enough to carry one but I always come back to my Buck 110. It's a great general purpose knife, very durable, sharpens up very well and it's got that classic look. But most importantly, its Made in the USA.
    ... and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.
    Luke 22:36

  7. #76
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    It depends on what I'm doing as to "favorite". For daily carry - Schrade, Swiss Army, Leatherman.

    US Made knives (not limited to) .
    Buck knives
    BUDK
    Cold Steel
    Emerson
    Gerber
    Kershaw
    Leatherman (Portland, OR)
    Microtech
    Rick Hinderer Knives
    Schrade - the ones I own were US made
    SOG
    Spyderco (nice and sharp, some with serrated blades)
    SUAREZ INTERNATIONAL

    Good knives not made in the US (ones I know personally):
    Boker - I have some of these. Ceramic blades. Lightweight, razor sharp.
    Victorinox Swiss Army
    Michael
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  8. It depends on which knife I have in my hands at the time!
    NEVER holster the SAFETY Between your EARS!!!

  9. #78
    I prefer the Butter Knife, especially with a large plate of hot, Homemade Biscuits !

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    My girlfriend got me one of these in 9" as a gift recently. It cuts like a dream.

  11. #80
    l love RDW custom bowie knifes.Old style Gerber BMF's and LMF's are very nice too.

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