They aren't really weapons, but I think this is probably the best subforum for them. I just love a nice slippie with bone handle and carbon steel blades, they are such an exquisite tool. Thin blades ground to a razor sharp edge, materials that age beautifuly and the charm of a past long gone. I like modern folding knives, new steels and strong locks but I haven't found a single modern knife that I enjoy more than a well worn trapper or even a lowly sodbuster. Honestly, the only reason why I could need a lock on a knife is for SD. When using them as a tool I can't remember a single time in my life when I wished for a lock on a slippie. I always have a fixed blade knife nearby, and know the limits of my pocket knife, so that might be part of the reason. They aren't tacticool, and most of mine won't turn any heads at a knife show, but they are still my favourite. Here are a few that I use often. Most of them are from Case, with a couple of customs and other assorted brands mixed in. Share yours! I'm sure we've got a few old timers around here with some nice pocket knives.