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I'm partial to Benchmade folders and Randall's Adventure fixed blades, I've got like 87 knives.
 

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Little something something I've been working on...
That is just ridiculous!!!


I also have a few benchmades one of them is an auto.
 

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I want a Chris Reeves Sebenza something fierce.
 

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I have a bunch of Case knives - favorites are a canoe & stockman. I also like Camillus & USA Parker knives - both are out of business now, so I hunt eBay for them. Never a day goes by that I don't use a pocket knife for something ...
 

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Very nice. What is your normal carry?
I have a bunch of Case knives - favorites are a canoe & stockman. I also like Camillus & USA Parker knives - both are out of business now, so I hunt eBay for them. Never a day goes by that I don't use a pocket knife for something ...
 

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For work (dress), carry a Case peanut or slim Parker damascus 2 blad pen knife mostly.

For after work/weekends, carry a small stockman (Camillus, Parker, etc). Not big into lockbacks...

You ?
 

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Not bad, the red stag large toothpick from Case is mine.

I am thinking about asking my parents to order me a custom Randall for my college graduation. Should come in just after I graduate.
 

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I would love to see a thread like this except with pocket watches. For some reason I love those things.
 

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I want a Spyderco Cricket.
 

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i have two kabars and a few gerbers
 

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Bump for uriel.

I Want an SOG Aegis.
 

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Bump for uriel.

I Want an SOG Aegis.
thanks man

This one by any chance? or do you like the tanto?
 

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That one, with a black handle.

I will be back in a little while, but until then, look up William Henry Kinves.
thanks man

This one by any chance? or do you like the tanto?
 

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That one, with a black handle.

I will be back in a little while, but until then, look up William Henry Kinves.
Me too! :brb:
 

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I'm back. I have a small wish list...

Cold Steel Emissary
Randall Made Fighting Stiletto
Case MOP Trapper
Chris Reeves Large Sebenza
Opinel 8
 

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http://www.handysharp.com/

I picked one of these up at the outdoor show a couple of months ago and they work great. I've used them on knives and scissors so far and am pretty happy with the results.
 

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I just died a little inside. JK

They work okay, but if you know how to use a stone, then there is no substitute.
http://www.handysharp.com/

I picked one of these up at the outdoor show a couple of months ago and they work great. I've used them on knives and scissors so far and am pretty happy with the results.
 

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I just died a little inside. JK

They work okay, but if you know how to use a stone, then there is no substitute.
I never got the knack of using stones. I usually just used my Lansky and that is why I like this tool since it is fast, no setup time, and very portable.
 

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Lansky makes a great system, I have wanted to try it for a long time.

I am this close to buying a guide (not good at freehand) and a set of Norton waterstones.
I never got the knack of using stones. I usually just used my Lansky and that is why I like this tool since it is fast, no setup time, and very portable.
 

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Lansky makes a great system, I have wanted to try it for a long time.

I am this close to buying a guide (not good at freehand) and a set of Norton waterstones.
Lansky works great but it can be a pain to break out and get going (or I'm just lazy).

Now I want to go to the knife store. Maybe I can find a nice fixed blade this time.
 

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Picked up a Buck Gen5 Skinner w/ Charcoal Birchwood handle
 

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