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I have a couple older Kershaw and Gerber lock blades, both have served me well over time. I have a Leatherman crunch and S&W M&P that I carry most of the time now, mostly the M&P with the Crunch just in the truck. I have some others for camping use and fishing/diving. I don't recall the brands off the top of my head, since I don't have them out very often.

For meat cutting and butchering, I am a Forscher fan #1, with Dexter Russell #2. These are the brands my family has been using for meat processing for years, and do a great job.

In the kitchen, we have Wustof, nicer Henckels, a few Forscher knives, and a few Japanese style knives (cannot recall brand).
Posts: 937 | Location: Berryville, VA | Registered: June 14, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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for everyday carry....i have the CHEAP of cheap...."Rough Rider". don't care where it was made, or who made it. $7-$9 into it....n it works fine n sharpens easily. loose it....who cares. break it....big deal.

for "good" knives....i like a case, or one of the german knives. i just don't need a good knife. i just want to open a can of snuff, scrape sumpin off, or cut sumpin apart. Big Grin

i prefer small models for pocket carry.

for old timer with gut hook can't be beat.

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Posts: 9434 | Location: Northeast Ky. | Registered: October 31, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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For meat cutting and butchering, I am a Forscher fan #1

As a retired Federal Meat Inspector I second this.

When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself. By Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Posts: 7594 | Location: SW Mo | Registered: October 30, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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My main field dressing and skinning knife is a buck skinner..dont remember the modle number. Ive got a CRKT(Columbia River Knife and Tool) Anubis that is an awesome knife..only used it once on game.

Posts: 2336 | Location: USA | Registered: October 04, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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puma and benchmade then buck & gerber

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Posts: 1144 | Location: illinois | Registered: January 09, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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My favorite folder, for every day carry = CRKT M16-Zytel (1st picked this one up for carry while still in the Army National Guard, nearly 5yrs ago)

A new favorite = Boker Top Lock (automatic) with 2-3/4" drop point blade. Cool
if you like these make sure to buy the original made in Germany, not the cheap nock offs.


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Posts: 775 | Location: NE - Oklahoma | Registered: April 12, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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I like them all, except the cheap junk. Have over 200 knifes that I've collected over the years, a little of everything. More Case than any other. I have several brands, Case (several over 40yrs old), Tree Brand (especially the German Bokers) Kissing Krane, German Eye, Fighting Roosters, and more. A couple my favorite styles would be Canoes and Sod Busters. My favorite hunting knife is a case I purchased in 1974 for $17.00 and been on ever deer hunt since.

My first custom hunter is on order now from Dave Pitt. Even let me help design it. The grips will be matched to a Tender grip set I made. Cant wait to see this one!! Big Grin

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Posts: 6497 | Location: West Virginia Mountains | Registered: December 12, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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For meat cutting and butchering, I am a Forscher fan #1

As a retired Federal Meat Inspector I second this.[/QUOTE]

With over 35 years in the meat industry, I have to go with this. I do carry a S&W folder on me at all times. I also have a couple Case, Gerber, Victorinox, Spyderco and a few others that I take out in the field.


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Posts: 641 | Location: Everywhere | Registered: July 28, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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For me the Sebenza by Chris Reeve is my perfect daily carry, currently a small damascus version, a leatherman is also never far away.

Mike B

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To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites.
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Posts: 1526 | Location: Los Angeles, CA | Registered: December 15, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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For daily carry an Uncle Henry Stockman that I mispplaced last week. If I'm going somewhere interesting I add a CRKT M16 to the mix. For game the old Sharpfingers are hard to beat.

John A. Monroe

Posts: 6638 | Location: Thermopylae Ranch, Denison, Texas | Registered: October 31, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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daily carry is whatever i happen to see laying around when i happen to remember i need a knife in my pocket...usually a CRKT m16 half-serrated.

for hunting, last year most of the season i carried around a neat little Hess fixed blade. (The Hess family had worked at Marbles Knives for ages before Marbles went to Taiwan..then they opened their own business.)

my second most carried knives were some schrade USA made drop points called the ProHunter..i like the small PH2 a lot.


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Posts: 7433 | Location: North-Eastern Oklahoma | Registered: September 14, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Al Marr, either the SERT, or the SEER are my favorite, followed closely by the German Bokers.

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Posts: 84 | Location: N.E. Wyoming | Registered: July 04, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post


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My daily carry is a 25yr old Parker..She's not as pretty as she use to be, but she still holds a darn good edge, and I can't tell you how many pigs I have Skinned and Barred with her.The knife has deff paid for itself time and again over the yrs. I don't go anywhere without her either, its always on my belt.
Posts: 6617 | Location: S FL....The Toadies & Lemmings have driven me silent, thus (IM NO LONGER A DAILY POSTER nor FINANCIAL SUPPORTER OF SP). | Registered: July 23, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Spyderco wave endura, excellent fast deployment knife when you "need it now!!"
Posts: 25 | Location: Diana, TX | Registered: August 26, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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I prefer a Randall or a Loveless but can't afford either! I'm a big fan of Cold Steel Voyager Tantos, have one in 3" & one on 4".

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Posts: 618 | Location: An undisclosed location rumored to be near BFE Iowa | Registered: July 05, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Most anything Gerber. I carry a skeleton folder in my right pocket daily and this my main gutting knife as well. I do clean it, and cut my steak at the local restaurant last night with it. It was a lot sharper that that piece of junk steak knife that they wanted me to use. When in the "Land of Sand", I carried a Gerber double edged sheath knife that I had wrapped the slender handle with para cord. I still have it, but it is too big to use for anything now.


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Posts: 4075 | Location: Rochelle, Virginia | Registered: March 17, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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daily carry: spyderco or buck
skinning and gutting: mora and/or buck
hiking and survival: ontario and fallkniven
multitool: gerber

Posts: 41 | Location: pa | Registered: August 02, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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I don't know very much about knives but over the years the knife I've carried the most is just the basic single blade Buck lockback(?) knife in a couple different sizes. Nothing fancy and I hate serrated blades so they work well for me. I recently picked a Kershaw though and I'm starting to like it.
Posts: 916 | Location: Louisiana | Registered: May 05, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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My father-in-law gave me a Remington big game knife for Christmas about 10 years ago. when I first got it I didn't like it at all, it was dull and I couldn't get an edge on it. Now That I have learned how to put an edge on this knife. it is scary sharp. when I field dress the deer it cuts the skin like it wasn't there. I have cleaned more deer then I can remember with it. Now I do not go out in the field with out it.

for my every day carry I have a swiss army knife that I resharpen it is almost as sharp as the Remington. but this one doesn't keep an edge as it gets used on everything from seat belts on an accident to cutting down tree branches.
Posts: 2273 | Location: LaPlata, MD | Registered: October 29, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Everyday carry is a case sod buster.For skinning and dressing game my new love is the flip n zip from outdoor edge.To quote a friend of mine "that gutting blade will make you think deer have zippers".

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Posts: 94 | Location: NW/NC | Registered: October 22, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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