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I usually have a Gerber folder in my pocket and several other Gerber and Buck knives somewhere near. But I have been bitten by the Bob Dozier bug...
 
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Kershaw and Sog


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Kershaw


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I carry the following (not all at the same time or my pants would hit the floor from the weight!)

Belt Knives
Randle #1 Fixed blade
BaliSong (now BenchMade) Butterfly Knife
Buck Folder
Custom Made Camp Knife

Packet Carry
Buck Quickfire
Gerber Paul Knife
AG Russel

There are several others not mentioned

Darryl


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Posts: 3253 | Location: Jacksonville, Florida USA | Registered: November 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Gerber folder with pocket clip.


Mike


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My daily carry is a Victorinox Tinker. To handy for me as a facilities type maintenance person.
My hunting knives range from a large Victorinox locking folder for light stuff, to Case and Buck fixed blades. I also have a few Lakota fixed blade, Hawks, and Finwings, as well as the rubber handled Pardners, but Lakota pricing has gotten a little high lately.
Andy
 
Posts: 787 | Location: South Central VA | Registered: March 21, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Moore Maker

Rigid and folders, they are the best knives I have ever used.


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The handgun, more than the rifle or shotgun, is the badge of the free, self-reliant, undaunted individualist who epitomizes the spirit of the United States of America- Jeff Cooper, Handguns Afield
 
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Camillus or the older Puma folding knives


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K-Bar Military, Made in the USA and cant beat em. Or, home made.

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USA made Schrade. I recall buying my first "good" knife at their factory outlet store in Ellenville, NY back in the 80's. Still have that knife.


Greg

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I have this knife thing down pat since I'm cleaning about 100 deer, 50 squirrels, and a turkey a year. I rotate 4 different Bucks in the summer. After cleaning 3 deer I sharpen one with my quasi-patented three method system. After 12 deer I rotate knives. After 2 years I send them back to Buck and they put factory edges on for $6. In small game season I use a Gerber Magnum LST for squirrels and turkey. Holds an edge very well. In deer season I use a Cold Steel Pendleton folder. It cuts through bones easier. IN WV you can bring out the deer meat only with the head and horns attached. There is a plan to my madness.
 
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I really like the pocket knives being produced by the Great Eastern Cutlery
http://greateasterncutlery.net/blog/ . USA all the Way. Very good Quality.
 
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Wanted to mention the CASE knives. They are very nicely made and I've been using them for years. Do a lot of my skinning with a Case Shark-Tooth although I preferred my Case Mako but it was stolen when my truck was stolen back in 2001. Those rats stole my truck in the Wal-mart parking lot. Thats what I get for shopping at Wally world. Shop local only now.
 
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Marbles and Olsen for hunting, in my pocket CRKT, in a display case the ones made by my brother
 
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I carry Victorinox every day, along with Cold Steel.

Cold Steel fan, I probably own fifteen or so different products.

Another favorite in my tool bag every day, is the CS Special Forces Shovel which also makes for a great weed and stick chopping tool.

A.G.
 
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I have many but my favorite's are German Eye and Benchmade. I don't like the one's that dull in your pocket.

My 2 cents worth

Doug

in my pocket its a benchmade on my belt a puma


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Schrade Old Timer folding sheath knifef. Been carrying mine since 1982. It has a lifetime guarantee against damage AND loss.

I carried it hunting and on Search and Rescue missions. Still serves me well. It only gets "sharpened" on a buffing wheel with polishing compound.

 
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Al-Mar, Ernie Emerson, and Zero Tolerance in that order. Kinda exspensive but ya get what ya pay for.


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Probly the best sharpener I've come across is called Wicked-Edge, check them out they're great.


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