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Pocket Knife #7240546 07/31/18 12:16 PM
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Thinking about a new pocket knife just for normal day to day use, what do yall carry? And why do you like it?

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Tree Brand 4.5" Trapper and a Moore Maker 3.5" in yellow. Trapper

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Its a classy design, fits in my pocket,(pocketknife) ease of operation, very smooth. Holds a great edge and is a simple two blade design. Basically does everything some of those $700 pocket knives do but costs only a fraction.

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Originally Posted By: safdm44
Its a classy design, fits in my pocket,(pocketknife) ease of operation, very smooth. Holds a great edge and is a simple two blade design. Basically does everything some of those $700 pocket knives do but costs only a fraction.

Robeson Sure Edge Jack


I like that, had never heard of Robeson before

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A case two blade.

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Those are perhaps the most practical of all outdoor knives, real life tools. I carry two which takes up no room and provides 4 razor sharp blades. Excellent for skinning smaller game and working around eyes, etc. on larger game.

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Finally put the old Buck that dad gave me in my safe a bought this a couple weeks ago.


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.
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Benchmade Griptilian. After a zillion various pocketknives, some of which were expensive, I finally bought the Griptilian, and itís a great knife. Holds a good edge through much abuse. Best knife Iíve ever had, by far.


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Benchmade Griptilian. After a zillion various pocketknives, some of which were expensive, I finally bought the Griptilian, and itís a great knife. Holds a good edge through much abuse. Best knife Iíve ever had, by far.


I bought a benchmade 17 years ago. I didnít care for it. It was too hard to sharpen.

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Spyderco Native - good steel and lightweight.

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i use this Benchmade Folder it can be used for multi purpose.

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Buck 55.

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I a couple of full size trappers I carry, Case and Boker. I like them both. I just bought a Case Tribal lock blade. I love it. It carries well and has a good blade on it.

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I have carried a swiss army knife since I was in elementary school. The one I carry now is the "Tinker". I use the toothpick more often than anything else on it. LOL. I probably use the bottle opener and screwdrivers more than the actual blade.


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If I choose to hunt in a coon tail hat, a pink tootoo and hip waders that is my fine...
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Originally Posted By: unclebubba
I have carried a swiss army knife since I was in elementary school. The one I carry now is the "Tinker". I use the toothpick more often than anything else on it. LOL. I probably use the bottle opener and screwdrivers more than the actual blade.


You ever use any of the alox ones?

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I have carried a swiss army knife since I was in elementary school. The one I carry now is the "Tinker". I use the toothpick more often than anything else on it. LOL. I probably use the bottle opener and screwdrivers more than the actual blade.


You ever use any of the alox ones?


I have not.


Originally Posted by txhuntingguide
If I choose to hunt in a coon tail hat, a pink tootoo and hip waders that is my fine...
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I guess I am like many others on here.


You should give some serious thought to thanking your lucky stars your from Texas.
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Three blade tree brand.. Holds a good edge.


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Case peanut.

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Originally Posted By: 603Country
Benchmade Griptilian. After a zillion various pocketknives, some of which were expensive, I finally bought the Griptilian, and itís a great knife. Holds a good edge through much abuse. Best knife Iíve ever had, by far.


^^^^
this ó best made, sharpest edge (keeps it, too), lightest lock-blade knife Iíve ever owned. And I use it for everything from cleaning my nails to small wood projects to skinning fish & game.


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