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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by 22-rimfire, May 26, 2020.
I can be bought cheap at a gas station and I fall apart under pressure.
Probably my CRK Umnumzaan. A little higher end, practical and sexy, but also a little dinged up from lots of use
Man, I'd be a switchblade cause all the ladies sprung so fast
...like they run away?
Lol, I'm old too. Sprung is infatuation in today's parlance.
Ohhhh ok, I guess lol
I am...a multi-tool.
Gee, that sounds like I'm a tool in more ways than one...
A piece of flint.
I'd say the Cold Steel Talwar
Because I'm sharp, stubby, and I have weird balls
Jack, jack the knife.
A stacked birch bark puukko.
Can be pressed into many roles.
Some people think it's ugly as hell and others think it's a thing of beauty.
Very middle of the road.
Mainly, though, it's function over form, but not outlandishly so. I'm personally a utilitarian of sorts.
Reliable, top quality, classic as well as high tech (like my new hip).
Don't know - I have not seen every knife that exists. But I am partial to large Bowie knives.
The Buck 110
Traditional, dependable, effective, with loads of class without being snobby.
Well, I dont really like being defined as anything, but Ill play.
I guess I would say the spyderco Caribbean represents my lifestyle/character the most. (even though I carry an otf most any chance I get when I'm not covered in $h!t or in salt water)
I Sea kayak a bunch, scuba dive, hike, camp, ect , so thats the no nonsense knife that comes with on most of my adventures.
Has to be a Sebenza 21
Superbly put together
Ok, I'll stop before I embarrass myself any further
Jack of all trades, master of none.
Really small tool, damn the luck.