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Old 04-25-2020, 10:04 AM
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My favorite EDC is the Case #135 Slimline trapper. I like the trim crossecton for carying and the 3"+ Clip point. i generally don't notice it in my pocket and it is big enough to do most every thing I use a pocket knife for; cutting open boxes, cutting rope, skinning squirrels ,etc.

I am also fond of the French Douk Douk Squirrel but it is not comfortable to carry in dress slacks. It is fine in jeans. The carbon steel blade is not that hard but it will take a razor edge and the wide blade is very good for skinning mid size game like yotes and whitetail. The spring in these knives is veey strong so yoi have to be careful when closing this blade. I always have one of these in my car.
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Old 04-25-2020, 05:22 PM
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My EDC is a Schrade USA 8OT stockman. When at work a Leatherman Wave.
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Old 04-25-2020, 05:41 PM
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I carried the Slimline in CV about everyday for a year or so really like it, but I tend to swap my knives around a lot. Also have a german mercator knife with a carbon locking blade pretty similar to the douk douk really like it alot. I got a benchmade bugout a couple months ago and not much else has been carried since.
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I love Case trappers, a very fine knife. But my EDC is a Benchmade 530. Very light (< 2 oz), and the pocket clip makes it easy to find. Mine has been extremely durable, too, having been my daily carry for more than 10 years.
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Mine is a Kershaw 1605 lock blade -with pocket clip
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my edc has been the gerber quadrant for the past couple of months
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Old 04-26-2020, 12:45 AM
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Manix LW S110V

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Old 04-28-2020, 01:33 AM
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My EDC is a Gerber Gator 650, Chinese HaoMing OTF(until I can get a MT), Buck Stockman, and Steel Warrior Congress (I think it is called).
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Old 04-28-2020, 05:49 AM
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A couple of knives, some just purchased to get a *feel* for it, others because they are so useful. Trappers - Stockman pattern mostly. And the ubiquitous SAK - can't forget those.

More often now carry a Leatherman CS Style multi-tool because I more often use scissors than a blade in our office environment. It is carried in a Mentos candy plastic case, along with a BIC lighter in my pocket - not bulky at all.
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I don't always carry a knife but I have several locking folders stashed here and there I slip in a pocket when I may need a knife. One particularly good one is a free knife I got with some air rifles 20 years ago. It is a cheapo folder with about a 4 inch heavy blade. You can flick it and it will open itself.
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Still my Kersaw assist'd and unused as a screwdriver.
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I've carried a pocket knife since in school many..... years ago. My EDC for past several years is a Kershaw Skyline. Nice size and light weight along with good steel make it a winner for me.

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Still using the same one I was when this question came up last year. Donated by the NRA. Easy open and stays sharp!

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Trapper cv, yellow handle.
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