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Do you guys have an EDC knife? I have a couple that I switch off and on with.Mine are a Busse Sus Scrofa and a Busse Boss Street.
Got any pictures of them?

I love knives and have been looking at them at all the gun shows I go to... Somehow, I still haven't found the perfect knife...
 

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For a small amount of money the ESEE knives are a good deal.I have a RAT-3 that I have carried alot.ESEE used to be R.A.T. but had to change their name.
 

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SOG Flash II

I actually have 2 of them. One is always in my get-home bag.

I just noticed the prices on these have come waaaayy down.
 

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Spyderco Delica 4.
It's light, has a great blade, and the pocket clip can be switched for left-hand carry.
I've had several others, and this one just "fits" best, it's nice and thin.

Chris
 
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I can send you some via email.I don't know how to post pics here.
I'd be happy to post the pictures for you, but how about if I just show you how? Then you can post pictures whenever you want... It should be pretty easy if you follow these steps... I posted a practice image to make sure I didn't leave anything out.

Click "Reply" or "Reply to Thread" whichever is appropriate.

Click the "Advanced" button on the lower right side of the screen.

Scroll down the screen until you see the "Additional Options" dialog.

Click the "Manage Attachments" button.

The "File Upload Manager" should pop up.

Click the green plus (+) symbol to upload a picture to the forum.

Click the "Select Files" button to pick the image files from your computer.

Use the Windows Explorer dialog that pops up to navigate to the picture you have saved somewhere on your hard drive.

Left click the picture you want to post a picture of and then click the "Open" button.

Then click the "Upload Files" button on the "Upload Files from Your Computer" dialog.

The new image should show up in your Home folder on the forum and also in the "Attachments" area.

Put a Checkmark in the "Select All" checkbox in the "Attachments" area. The "Insert Inline" button should now show up as "Insert Inline (1) showing that the image is ready to upload. The "1" will be a different number if you select more images.

Click the "Insert Inline" button and the forum software will link the image to your post... so that it shows up... Done!

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JB if you send me an email I will reply with a couple of pics.Just so you know ahead of time the Busse's are not cheap. My email is "removed to eliminate spam."
I removed your email address to eliminate spammers from getting it... If you have any trouble posting the images, post back or send a PM if you want...

I've looked at a lot of knives at gun shows. It's amazing how expensive some of them are... I don't have any real use/need for a knife... just looking until I find something cool...
 

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I've carried a Spyderco since 1994. I've been thinking about picking up a new carry knife. I was interested in the one Vol has but my Spyderco has done the job for all this time, I'm not sure I'll spend the money unless I just end up with some lying around.
 

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Benchmade AFO
 

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I recently went through a couple of knives to replace the Kershaw Leek I have been carrying for the past few years. The Kershaw had an issue with the "safety" on it and had to send it in for repair. I lost faith in it after that. Kershaw does make a good knife though, esp for the money.

I tried a Benchmade or two but just didn't get excited about them.

I ended up with a Zero Tolerance 0350 and love it. It's pretty beefy but is flat so it carries well. I highly recommend it.



I also have a Spyderco that I carry when I want something smaller. The Spyderco I have is at least 15 years old, maybe older and was my EDC for at least 10 of that. I did break the tip off once but sent it back to Spyderco and they ground it down to a good clean tip again free of charge in less than two weeks IIRC.
 

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I recently went through a couple of knives to replace the Kershaw Leek I have been carrying for the past few years. The Kershaw had an issue with the "safety" on it and had to send it in for repair. I lost faith in it after that. Kershaw does make a good knife though, esp for the money.

I tried a Benchmade or two but just didn't get excited about them.

I ended up with a Zero Tolerance 0350 and love it. It's pretty beefy but is flat so it carries well. I highly recommend it.

I also have a Spyderco that I carry when I want something smaller. The Spyderco I have is at least 15 years old, maybe older and was my EDC for at least 10 of that. I did break the tip off once but sent it back to Spyderco and they ground it down to a good clean tip again free of charge in less than two weeks IIRC.
I have a Kershaw 1660 Speedsafe I have been carrying for about 6 months. Use the pocket clip. I really like the smooth operation. No issuses so far.
 

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one of these s&w's
Very nice... I like the top (silver) one...

I notice that a lot of knives have the serrations along the read edge of the blade... Is that for general sawing needs or do they do that to make the knife more useful for skinning?
 
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