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Old 02-16-2013, 11:52 PM   #21
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6 inch fixed blade buck knive in truck and also a 6 inch fixed blade case knive in house a peanut case knive in my pocket and a drywall knive cliped on my pocket blades interchangble


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Old 02-17-2013, 12:12 AM   #22
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I carry a small blue Kershaw when not at work and I have a bigger Kershaw for work. Neither have the serrated blade. I only like straight blades. I'm getting a new work Kershaw Monday that has a tanto blade. I always have a knife and a gun. Everywhere I go they go.


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Old 02-17-2013, 12:24 AM   #23
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3" CRKKT Ripple.

Easy 1 hand opening folder. Thin, light, and razor sharp.
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Old 02-17-2013, 12:26 PM   #24
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ya i hate serated bladed myself no use for them
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Only combo blade I ever saw a use for was a Spyderco Rescue model that was stolen from me. It had a blunt tip to slide under a seatbealt or clothing without cutting the wearer, and the first (tip) inch of the blade had aggressive serrations for cutting belts, etc. Other than that I don't care for serrations. Yankee mike mike victor.
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Always have carried one of one kind or another. Recently misplaced my Kershaw assisted opening with a straight blade (I, too,prefer them mainly because they are much, much easier to sharpen). Since I misplaced that I am down to two pocket knives.

My first carry knife was a Schrade 3" lockback that I found on my way home from school in the 6th grade. It hada broken tip, my mom sent it in and they sent me back a new one with a new belt holster for it to boot! Still have the knife but the holster has gone missing. Carried it on my belt in school all the time.


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