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Old 11-29-2012, 09:01 PM   #51
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I feel fortunate to have several nice folding knives. I have a small collection of Benchmade automatics and assisted opening knives. I have Osborne and Pardue designs that have survived years of use. They are outstanding quality for the price. I have given each of my sons a laser engraved Benchmade on their 21st birthdays. Kind of a "every man needs a good knife"

I have recently added a couple Microtech automatics, and they are on a different level. As a tactical folder, they are simply bada--.

BUT this weekend I satisfied a personal wish list item. I got this Chris Reeves Sebenza. The build quality exceeds any other production knife I have seen. It is like some of the $1000+ custom made knives I have seen. I predict this will be my EDC for many years. It may just be my latest favorite...
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:55 AM   #52
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My favorite knife is my Randall Made Model # 1, General Purpose Fighting Knife. I carry a Randall Made Model #7, Hunter and Fisherman or my E.H.Brown Alaskan Skinner. I do have a couple of folders that I like, Buck Model 110 and a Case Trapper.
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I feel fortunate to have several nice folding knives. I have a small collection of Benchmade automatics and assisted opening knives. I have Osborne and Pardue designs that have survived years of use. They are outstanding quality for the price. I have given each of my sons a laser engraved Benchmade on their 21st birthdays. Kind of a "every man needs a good knife"

I have recently added a couple Microtech automatics, and they are on a different level. As a tactical folder, they are simply bada--.

BUT this weekend I satisfied a personal wish list item. I got this Chris Reeves Sebenza. The build quality exceeds any other production knife I have seen. It is like some of the $1000+ custom made knives I have seen. I predict this will be my EDC for many years. It may just be my latest favorite...
$1000 knives ???? I know knives have got expensive and I have a couple hundred but are you for real a$1000 for a knife of that kind. I mean yes I'd pay that for the real Excalibur sword.
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Just want to know what your favorite knife is?
Just purchased this "havalon" knife, has replacement scalpel blades.
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Benchmade 915 Triage

G10 scale handle knife,safety hook and carbide glass breaker.
I keep this in the Jeep or car.

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Spyderco tenacious for the pocket Ontario rat 3 for field.
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New knife to me but the Ontario xm1 and xm2 are awesome
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My new carry knife I love it the cold steel beaver tail it fits perfect in pocket
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Benchmade Adamas plain edge folder.
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