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Old 12-13-2012, 08:04 PM   #61
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Benchmade and Kabar. I also have great affection for an old Uncle Henry Bearpaw folding hunter that was my EDC for over twenty years.

I like ESEE as well, but don't own one right now. I had an ESEE 6 that I liked, but I really should have bought an ESEE 4. The 6 was just too large for my purposes, so I sold it.

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I have a Spyderco Endura that I carried for awhile with no complaints. At the present time, I carry a SOG Trident and a CRKT Foresight, which I just bought about a week ago. It's a Ken Onion design. It's really tight and solid but it's not as easy to open as the SOG Trident. Both were really sharp right out of the box! I also own a smaller Spyderco which I believe is a Delica but I've misplaced so I don't know for sure! Last but not least, I have a SOG Seal Pup which I really like.

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Gerber is by far my favorite

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Kabar is mine for sure

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Old 01-07-2013, 08:35 AM   #65
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Benchmade (if you know steels, locks, and appreciate design) and Ontario Knife Co. (OKC, if you know practical value) for sure, and an honorable mention to Spyderco and CRKT.

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I like cheap and ready to work knives. Schrade and Cold Steel are my favorite knives. Now, the trick is finding a leather sheath for a Cold Steel that doesn't cost more than the knife.

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Cold Steel
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Love my CRKT model M16. Holds an edge better than any knife I've had before. And for $30 comes in under ALOT of the competition.

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It's about a 4 inch blade. It's my EDC. Came with a FDE handle and coyote blade. LOVE IT!
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I have plenty expensive and collectable knives, but none have been used for so long(30+years) and hard. Hunting without my old Schrade-Walden is unthinkable for me. It's also US made.

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