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EDC XIII Which knife or knives are you carrying today?

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. Dadpool

    Dadpool Gold Member Gold Member

    May 18, 2015
    Breaking in the Spartan and still thoroughly enjoying the Keen. :)

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  2. Workingsloth777

    Workingsloth777 Gold Member Gold Member

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    Mar 10, 2019
    image.jpeg image.jpeg Had to get myself a birthday present. :)
     
  3. Filoso

    Filoso Basic Member Basic Member

    Dec 22, 2013
  4. Fullflat

    Fullflat Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 4, 2018
  5. Korean Hog

    Korean Hog Gold Member Gold Member

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    Mar 12, 2017
    Fridays's duct work knife
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    Keeping the CQC 7 in the pocket for a while
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    The SOG is kept around as a beater to make cans into spitters
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  6. lzeplin

    lzeplin Gold Member Gold Member

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    Apr 18, 2012
  7. Korean Hog

    Korean Hog Gold Member Gold Member

    644
    Mar 12, 2017
  8. ChazzyP

    ChazzyP Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Dec 27, 2014
    @Fullflat and I were back and forth last night about Shiros, Cheburkovs, and relative thinness behind the edge. I told him how stupidly sharp my Chebs were out-of-the box and mentioned that my MonkeyEdge Frag Pattern Three Rivers Manufacturing RJ Martin Machine Flipper (the world's longest knife name) also came to mind, with RJ's wicked signature convex polished edge another example of scary sharpness. That was enough to get that one into my pocket today as K and I put in a 3/4 day installing the new front entry on a client's house. I shot these afterwards on the scrapwood pile out back that J is loading into the woodshed to keep our Russian fireplace toasty warm next winter.

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  9. ChazzyP

    ChazzyP Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Dec 27, 2014
  10. Fullflat

    Fullflat Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 4, 2018
    Thanks so much for the sage advice @ChazzyP ! You’re a true credit to these forums!! The Machine looks killer in the ME frag pattern too :)
     
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  11. vinte77

    vinte77 Gold Member Gold Member

    243
    Nov 24, 2009
  12. TheFactor

    TheFactor Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 26, 2015
    My two new favorites :D
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  13. mt666tm

    mt666tm

    737
    Nov 20, 2012
  14. tiguy7

    tiguy7 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 25, 2008
    84576AB4-A444-4C6B-85B2-FA72854151EF.jpeg CA9C3C0A-4956-4E34-9183-53D37E4E329D.jpeg This is a Lessard Ti SAK with a Ti tool drawer. The tools in the drawer are a wooden toothpick, a pair of tweezers, a ball point pen, and a FerroCerium rod.
     
  15. JOELSM

    JOELSM

    Aug 30, 2007
  16. Markb33tem

    Markb33tem Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 1, 2019
    3A8E147D-E07C-4743-A136-9DC852947F8C.jpeg Little Bronzed razor wire
     
  17. miso2

    miso2 Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 19, 2014
  18. Zenturio

    Zenturio

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    Aug 7, 2017
    Cut through the paper plate into the table... ;)

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  19. colin.p

    colin.p

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    Feb 4, 2017
    Even though I was aware of the "shortcomings" of the Positron, I still bought one anyway, mainly because Nick Shabazz called it a POJ:p. Of course, all the complaints people had about it turned out to be nothing AFAIC.

    However, the cutout to the lock bar was an issue, especially when fidgeting with it, so a little doctorin' was needed. I went outside and with my brand new Canadian Tire branded Dremel, and took just enough off to make it easier. Only took a few minutes of very careful and slow removal. Unless you looked really hard and knew what to look for,
    so it looks ok, not perfect but a lot better.
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    Edited to add: I just did a very little hand-sanding to clean up the cut-out and I can now open the blade using the thumb hole. Looks more "factory" now, much smoother.
     
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2019
  20. ggw

    ggw Gold Member Gold Member

    239
    Feb 13, 2018
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