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Old 12-24-2009, 11:02 PM   #41
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Nice carry selection. Although I am not in favor of serrated edges , all knives have a specific purpose and I can see why you have more that one
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Old 12-25-2009, 07:22 AM   #42
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just alil more from my small collection...not practical...but great for flash...esp when you get one in each hand going

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Each knife has a purpose and is carried in it's specific location to fulfill it's purpose. Some say I'm a little overkill with my knives but I would rather have them and not need them than... well you know. Besides if a bad guy takes my gun and my obvious knife I have a few to fall back on.. who is going to think I'm carrying more then one knife.
That's some good thinkin' right there, Dzscubie.

Good blade choices, too. I love the scratches and wear marks of a tool put to good use.

About the Spydercard, it's a pity they stopped making it. I liked it a lot. Luckily Spyderco offers a very similar knife in their Byrd line (the Flatbyrd), not quite as nice as the original, but still an interesting little tool.
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I don't know about best or not, but I carry a Kershaw Leek (assisted opening plain edge) all the time as a pocket knife.
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