>go to local feed store to get chicken feed>17yo kid working there asked what knife I'm carrying>crucarta PM2>had over knife proudly>kid hands me his custom hindererWho else has been mogged by unexpected knife people and what's in your pocket right now?
old ass case knife from my dadwell loved as you can see
Thanks to my REI membership, grabbed a $140 Leatherman signal for only $6 earlier in the month. Been using it non-stop.
>>2583311That's a beaut. I usually only use cool stuff like that around the house, I typically lose at least one daily carry knife every year.
>>2583312How do you carry yours? I've never had any success carrying a miltitool on my person.
>>2583313>I typically lose at least one daily carry knife every yeari got gaslit into thinking i kept losing knives for yearsthen my ex added me on instagram, she's doing the #vanlife thing, and all my knives are in her pics reeee
>>2583324Maybe she'll be robbed and raped by a pack of feral niggers. Who knows anon, the world works in mysterious ways.
>>2583299nothing special, was a birthday gift from the wife last year.it's either that, or a swiss army handyman; depending on what i'm doing.
>>2583381A fantastic gift. I dig the jimping mid blade. Looks like you could get some precise tip control. Gift knives are best knives.
>>2583299Scalpel, box cutter and hammer all in one package
>>2583410How often do you swap blades?
>>2583414I can get maybe a couple weeks out of them even the shitty stanley blades.
>>2583299This thing, found it on the ground a few years ago, no clue what model it is.
>>2583410Milwaukee chads rise
>>2583414If you are a a disgusting tradesman like i used to be, I recommend getting a housing
>>2583414Interesting >>2583423I dont use my knife for work stuff. Definitely getting one of these to keep around as a beater knife though.
Haven't been knife mogged in so long I can't remember the last time. Mostly because I'm the only person in the room that has a knife in my pocket. People are getting funny about knives now, like everything else. Pic related
>>2583299didn't get mogged yet, i'm the knife guy around here. Had a close call when i showed a guy my xm-18 and he said he had the same, but luckily upon closer inspection he realized that he was mistaken.Im thinking about getting some sweet micarta scales and a deep carry clip for this baby.
>>2583299I love my stupid boomer knife.
>>2583886Boomer? Timeless and classic is way more apt.
>>2583900True, I've just heard it called the boomer knife one too many time and I've come to accept it.
This one, 8'' blade. Can't take photos for fucked camera reasons.
>>2583937Also this one.
>>2583299one of these
>>2583414>>2583418I’m on the snappy blade knives recently. If I use a utility knoife, it’s because I want a razor sharp blade, not pocket knoife brute force. I got down on the Jappo snap blades and it’s so damn easy to get a fresh edge.All I have so far is 9mm, waiting to see if I feel the need for the 18mm or 25mm ones.
Here it is, got it for 9 dollars on ebay
Spyderco Manix 2 I got a couple weeks ago.Leatherman Wave.
>>2583814Miss my dragonfly, would be a good knife for places that are weird about knives.>>2583842I like the look of the natives but they seem like you don't get much blade for the size of them.
>>2584137thats true for a lot of spydercos, i mainly got it because i got a good deal on it and i wanted to test the maxamet steel
>>2583982Is your name Frazier, or is that your bf?
>>2583410>>2583420Do you guys use the extra blade storage?
>>2583418Damn I'm blowing through blades in comparison. It's my go to knife to break down cardboard. That shit eats blades.
>>2584197Yea, the 6in1 only has room for 1 spare though, but it's better then nothing, saved me trip to the work van a few times, really nice when you work tall buildings
>>2583410 >>2583420>>2584197>>2584208i am personally fond of this babby it's good for a lot of shit especially puncturing plastic blister packagingu can carry a carbide sharpener the size of a pencil and not need replacement blades of any kind
>>2583814>People are getting funny about knives nowI don't get it. People poke fun at it and give me weird looks when I use it, but as soon as they need to cut something they go up to me and go pweaaaase can I use your knife?
>>2583299I’m enjoying this Gerber Fastball but I did lose the screws for the pocket clip, which is a bummer, but I’m also finding that I really don’t miss having a pocket clip.
UK bro checking in.
>>2584235Hawk bills are indeed, pretty radI just use them for foraging though, not really work
>>2584255Do you have a loicense for that?
>>2583299An 8 dollar gerber knife.>>2583419Lol its this one. Its from a set of 3 for 20 bucks from sams club.
>>2583886Is it hard to clean after you processed fish with it?
>>2584255>full-tangThe only way, bro.
>>2584255The EU wanted to take this from you!
>>2584174just the engraving that came with it
>>2584255Reported to the local constable.
Tank of a knife.
This for when a non knife person asks for a knife. No one carries big pocket knives anymore.
>>2584602I'm very tempted to get one of the smaller spydercos, they look great.>No one carries big pocket knives anymoreA lot of us do, depends on what you consider big though.
>>2584604It's nice. Carry it in my inner pocket for backup and my endura in my other pocket. Or a cold steel. (I'm a sucker for cold steel idc)
Delica with Lynch clip. Have 2 identical. One i use in alaska as jy primary skinning and butchering knife
I've been carrying this Victorinox for a few years now. I really like the size and weight of it. It's got some useful tools on it, I really like the tweezers and toothpick.My main issue is how difficult it is to clean. I work with a lot of dirt and sand so this thing gets pretty crusty and requires cleaning weekly. I'm surprised I've never seen someone complain about this aspect of victorinox knives. You really have to pry the scales off and drill out the pins? It's really goofy to me.
>>2584625Can't you just clean it in water and add lubricant afterwards?
>>2583299An old victorinox that I bought from some TSA auction for ~6USD back in 2013
>>2584625i usually open all the tools and then clean the inside with a qtip and some alcohol. Maybe a few blows from a air compressor will get rid of the hard to reach sand.
I like pocket carry Leatherman surge. Way too heavy for that but smaller multitools feels like toys for me. Thinking about changing it for supertool300 and pocketknife or victorinox
>>2583299Chink copy of Benchmade bugout. It's lite enough to forget about it.
>>2584734>>2584625Yeah I usually just fuck around with a bucket of soapy water and some qtips. It works fine, but it's not as in depth as I'd like and I can only get so much of the sand. I wonder if an ultrasonic cleaner would help?
Axial Alpine. Does the job, a little pricey for what it is though. Use it mainly for trimming plants and cutting food in the office.
>>2584597If you are going cottaging, why do you need condoms? Just the lube is enough for butt sex
Carrying this gay lil nigga right now.
Alox pioneer. Almost perfect, I wish I could find something with the same small print in the pocket but with a cm longer locking blade.
>>2584906Kek is that your gay little EDC fanny pack in the pic with your Altoids tin survival kit? >in the office
>>2583299I carry this one every day. Sharpness holds up pretty well.
>>2584950Some people who use their brains at work still use pens. You might not understand.
>>2584956I like this knife, very nice light feel.
>>2584950Kek. The condition of that paracord tells you all you need to know.
>>2584989What does it tell you?
>>2583299i'm the knife people, haven't met anyone else carrying a custom yet lol
My girlfriend has this older Kershaw. Does anyone know the model?
>>2585011Op is a white collar redditor whose knoif doesn't see much work. Has disposable income.Good for him (you).
>>2583324Literally this. I've lost a number of knives over the years. But I'm fairly certain I've NEVER lost one off my property. So therefore I find it really fucking strange a knife goes ''missing'' where I live, and never turns up again, even after years. I've never happened to find one some months later. That means somebody (women) have been fucking with my shit.
>>2584351Yeah, but all folders are.
>>2585011This is what used paracord starts to look like. If it was hanging off the back, that shit might be torn off already.
>>2585195>>2585011>>2584989This is what that paracord looked like before.
I carry a Victorinox tinker deluxe. I live in Sweden and our laws has just upped the ways to get charged for carrying a knife "wrong" and how severe those charges are. This means there are almost no people carrying knifes here. But I have been carrying a SAK for years now and I can't understand why anyone would carry just a knife? Meaning a simple foldable knife with no other tools. I use the blade quite often on my SAK but its absolutely not the main tool. Why do you carry such large knifes with so little utility?
You go down just like Holy Mary. Mary on a, Mary on a cross.
>>2584351>>2585176I don't process fish with that knife much but cleaning it out is no big deal>wipe blade>flush out inside with hot soapy water>scrub inside with nylon straw cleaning brush>repeat last 2 steps until satisfied>doneMore work than a fixed blade for sure but it's no Herculean task
>>2584894ultrasonic cleaning could work. Its generally better for hard plastics and most thermoplastics. So since the scales are ABS you should be in the clear: https://sonicsolutionsltd.com/does-ultrasonic-cleaning-work-with-plastics/if you are worried about damaging the scales you should be able to just pop them off and throw the rest in the ultrasonic cleaner.
>>2583315Same anon from before, forgot to reply to your post.The Leatherman signal has a pocket clip and carabiner. Either I clip it to my pants or pack. Recently decided to grab a Gerber Armbar Scout for EDC purposes after the blade on my Swiss Travelers knife snapped.
>>2585474If you are actually serious about carrying a multitool, just get a Surge
>>2585484I actually thought about grabbing a surge before settling on the Signal.
>>2585485for me, its just like, yea the signal is lighter and has less tools, but the only reason to get a signal over almost any victorinox is the pliers
>>2584956>>2584963I also carry a 940. I've yet to be mogged. Just the occasional, dumb fucking typical chud>"BiTcHMaDe iS AnTi-GuN aNd Pro BiDen!"
Only complaint is how much it sucks to lose one
>>2585511The shoemaker has opinions, the shoes don't.I don't understand how people think boycotting products fixes anything, if you don't buy it someone else will.
>>2585484Yeah, signal is pretty trash from my experience, better choice is wave for light multitool and surge for heavy multitool. As a signal owner I replaced whistle and sharpening rod for 3d printed bit storage. I wish they make signal as a larger multitool, something like Leatherman mut , hammer is nice but signal lack second blade and file. For outdoor use it's really bad
>>2583299Never carry one desu I have to much experience in martial arts to even bother and never really needed it knifes are like a charm, they have no use 99,9% of the time, they're just a simble desu Nothing against it, I even like them but it is what it is.
>>2583315what about a belt clip?
>>2585671Why don't you ask bud light how it's going. Stock is only down 9 billion.
>>2585755If you know martial arts, you will know that knives are not carried only for personal defense. People have other uses for them. It's true, they are mostly used to cut random things like boxes. Even if you just like carrying one, so be it. I'm sure everyone carries junk with them (extra cards, keys you never use, etc.).
>>2584255actual uk bro checking in.I cant go back to blades with non-pointy tips, they are just so useful.
>>2585823This time with image.
>>2583315i carry my surge in coin pocket of my jeans, dont even need pocket clip but its necessary for any other pocket. Also its nice to throw it into backpack or car and have it as a backup
EDC for work almost everyday. I love this knife.
Just picked this up the other day.
>>2584244I've been looking a cleaver knifes for a while but haven't gotten one yet. This one looks awesome.
>>2583299Tuff Lite. I have a few of them since I love the design, plus they're a bargain. It's a super box-cutter for all intents.I would have liked for Cold Steel to make a premium version in XHP/S35VN and G10, but AUS 8A works.
>>2587348Oh, hey, another Shaman owner.15V huh? Neat. Like a crovan kabar, but a Spyderco!I just have the regular version I got for $180 when it released when I upgraded from my left handed military.Only benfit of the plain jane one is it's stonewashed so no sharp spots and you don't get so ocd over every little nick on the finish.
>>2585755Oh shit! Did you study the blade? That sounds like hard work. You must have had to pass on a lot of partying.
>>2585806Maybe if they made a product that wasn't such generic shit, they'd have been more resilient. >>2585824Nice
>>2585755Sorry but i cant katrate chop a fucking cardboard box apart when im at work.
>>2583315I used to carry my Victorinox Spirit in an HSGI Pistol Taco when I worked in a shop and used it constantly. It's a nice solution, holds it securely but no fucking around with flaps or anything and kept me from having to stick filthy hands in my pockets to get it.
>>2583299>Who else has been mogged by unexpected knife people and what's in your pocket right now?My pest control guy is huge into custom knives. Can't think of too many great specific examples right now, but whenever he's around he's got some kind of $1k+ exotic bling in his pocket. I have some reasonably nice stuff, Sebenza etc., but lately I've just been carrying a little Case most of the time.
>>2587414I sure think it is. Rarely miss having a tip, but it does come up occasionally, so be warned (example, went to poke holes in a plastic tub I was putting worms in for bait, had to grab my other knife).Feels real good in the hand, well weighted, ball bearing pivot is real nice.
>>2583995Base Leatherman owner I also own the wave
A Walmart pick up this week. $24 it's great.
>>2587877What're you buying that for? Stabbing joggers in the woods?
>>2587877Step up to the Esee next, you will love it.
i just carry the SAK daily and for work i have the lil blue sak boy on my keychain (lower left side). For bushcraft stuff i mostly use a cheap Bahco knife (mid, green/black handle) so i dont feel bad abusing it. When just whittling and cutting food i use a martinii (top right)
>>2583299manly wasp S90V in Military green
>>2583937You keep an 9" non folding blade in your pocket?Still pretty though.
>>2585681>Signal badYeah, it feelsas if they keep adding good features but always end up removing at least 1 that you really need.
>>2588041Why not just buy fucking Pliars? These multi-tools are only good as pliars, are shit as screwdrivers/knives/whatever. You are barely saving any weight having it be inside a chunky pliar anyway, just saving the weight vs a handle and rat-tail tang or whatever.
>>2588124>>2588124ACtually, I agree. My tiny Leatherman Squirt with a small knife, scissors and tiny pliers does 99% of all I need it to.For heavier jobs I used to carry a medium sized leatherman but I realized that I kept *trying* to solve problems with it, only to alway defaulting back to -real- tools
>>2588124Surge and signal owner from previous post here. Also agree. And Leatherman pliers feels much less capable than normal tools. But I like multitools. I had many situations where I where I needed to use some specific tool once for a specific purpose and multitool is brilliant for that. Neeed to take out wood splinter, needle nose pliers act as twizzer, wheel nut in my rc car is loose, tighten it down with multitool, need to cut plastic straps or zip ties , serrated blade comes handy. And situation like that are constant for me. Of course when I need something for serious job I take normal tools and even then sometimes multitool work as backup for something I might forget.
>>2588041Yeah, it's feels too light duty to rely on it. But maybe that was intentional, to mede it light that you can always carry it wherever you want and it's still can make fire or cut something even if your main tools went bad or missing
Anyone here into cold steel? I'm a sucker for their stuff. Everything I had is from when Lynn was running the show but still cool stuff.
>>2587868I constantly pull it out multiples times a day at work, I do need to get a new belt pouch, stop carrying it in my pocket.
>>2588266After Lynn left, QC dipped a bit and prices went up. Lynn always made the coolest demo videos.
>>2588321Who's that? The fat "Everybody needs an IRISH GREAT SWORD to defend their family from home invasions" guy?
>>2588335Lynn was the creator and owner of coldsteel for all these years up until a couple years ago. He was fat, but the man made some fun videos.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eOaEjJz-6jg&pp=ygUVRnVubnkgY29sZHN0ZWVsIGRlbW9zEven his shovels are serious business.
>>2583299Emerson kwaiken, my only regret is it lacking a flipper
Super cheap tac force big folder i got a as a groomsman gift with my name carved in Arial font.
>>2588340damn i want that shovel now, the part with the aggressive and fast digging totally got me
kershaw cryo I EDC it every day
>>2588389Nice. Everybody should have their name on their knoife.
Frenchie-gangWhere my croissant niggas at?
>>2588507The aggressive and fast digging was demonstrating how quickly you can dig a poop hole when you REALLY got to go. They been making videos for over a decade, it's fun every once in a while to have some beers and watch hour of those videos.
>>2584734excellent taste anon
Ive had this leather man signal for about a year and a half now. Its nice. I like that i can use it as a hammer
had an awesome smith n wesson pocket knife that was sharp and perfect size that I found one day dont remember where and it disappeared
>>2588824decided to look for it in a spot i hadn't thought to look because of this thread and actually found it. god bless
>>2583420>Milwaukee chads rise>made in ChinaYou rikery mean Mirrakee changs rise
>>2585332>Spartan folderMein negger
I have a benchmade hunt grizzly creek that sits in my dresser drawer, edc a kershaw cryo ll tanto on my farm, I don't care if I beat the shit out it, it's cheap.
>>2588954This is the retarded thing about knives, people are afraid to use the good ones even though they’re a better tool.Glad I’m the opposite with real tools, I’d rather use the more expensive shit than bust a knuckle with a cheaper version. Like pic related, the one made in Germany is newer but way more worn. Only thing is you have to make a decision when the time comes to totally misuse and abuse the tool, but the upside is the good quality tool can often stand up to the misuse and abuse. And if the good one does get fucked, at least I got my $40 out of it over the years and I’ll spend another $40 instead of getting a shitty $10 version.
>>2588770hammer with bit driver on side is nice, i bought set of socket wrenches on aliexpress with 1/4inch end and it could be used as a wrench on the go. Wish they added second pair of outside tools, blade and file
>>2588971My edc gets abused, prying, digging into the dirt, cutting dirty/muddy rope, etc. The benchmade was a gift, and I can guarantee, I would've broken the tip off by now, and it would look and run like shit with what I have to put a knife through. If I just camped with it or only had to cut paracord, etc. I'd carry it, but I don't need a great knife for what I do, I need one I can easily replace at a decent price, that I can wash off in a sink and not have to worry about.
>>2589221sometimes on the farm i use my knife as a pry tool as well as a blade. for that reason, I don't like to carry around my expensive one.
>>2589232it's the same way I wouldn't wear a $3000 suit to work on my car, when I can throw on a pair of coveralls and not give a rip.
I carry the leatherman Juice. Its nice and small, very lightweight compared to something like the Wave or Surge. Its a non-threatening color so if I bring it out around random people they dont panic. Pliers and screwdriver are my most used tools, Only needed to use the knife like once in 4 months. Unless you specifically need it for a job I cant image carrying around a dedicated knife instead of a multitool
Nothing to fancy
>>2583299My penis is my knoife
>>2583419Gerber Paraframe I Knife, Serrated Edge, Stainless Steel [22-48443] https://a.co/d/dIxG9gd
>>2588971I got over this fear with guns. My first gun ever was a HK USP, which albeit isn't the most expensive, it's far from being your typical Glock or Glock clone. After years of training with it and carrying it (and using it as a duty pistol for work) I've scratched that thing so much, mostly from repeated holster wear but sometimes from just dinging against other stuff. This is why my Spydercos all have some nasty wear in them. I will use my best tools until it's time to replace them. I've noticed one hardly has to replace good tools. So cost shouldn't be an issue. The only way I wouldn't use a good tool, is if it's more on the collectors side of things. Like some one off limited edition run, but I tend not to buy such things since I'm not a collector at heart. I'm a user/doer.
>>2589372I recently bought my first motorcycle and it's a brand new Royal Enfield. One of the cheapest bikes you can buy new but it's still $6000 and I was really afraid to ride it for the first couple of times because I was so afraid of dropping it. Thankfully this has worn off after 2 months (and still haven't dropped it)
Just got this last weekend at the flea market
>>2583299Bought a Mini Barrage as a graduation gift to myself to replace the Mini Grip I bought in the 9th grade. Although I've been eyeing a DLC coated Para 2 for a while now.
>>2589378>>2589372Getting the first scratch on the new car or bike or whatever sucks, but after the 2nd and 3rd, it feels kinda good because you don’t need to worry about the thing like that anymore, now you can just use it.>>2589294A Benchmade isn’t a $3000 suit. A $3000 suit isn’t supposed to be covered in grease, but the Benchmeme is a damn tool so use it. Don’t be a collector fag.
>>2589860question, does every scharde smells like wors chineasium shit. Have one of their knifes and coating smell like cheap paint, something that can give you throat cancer.
>>2583419I literally lost one of these years ago. Please take good care of her :(
>>2589358based, stab away you glorious fool
A Böker I bought about a decade ago
>>2590101Dunno. Mine doesn't smell like anything really. It's my second schrade, never noticed the old one smelling weird either.
>>2583299Sorry you're such a gaylord, OP. I'm unmoggable.
>>2590332That handle is pure awesome. That blade sucks turbo ass. I give it a 6/10.
Just picked up a kershaw shuffle in all black. Wanted a knife with a bottle opener on it maybe a flat head. Like the size and the look
>>2590490It was only $100 in 1995 and the only other options were a Buck knife or a Swiss army. Is this blade better? Status: unmogged.
>>2590521Nobody feels the need to mog a blade that retarded
Does this cheap AliExpress stones will be sufficient for sharpening for cpm s90v. Have that one with 1000, 3000, 6000, 8000 grit and they are ok for kitchen knives and cheap steels but don't know about cpm s90v. Did I have to buy diamond coated stones, AliExpress also have it for cheap
>>2590734I’m sure it will work, but take awhile compared to diamond stones. Also who knows if the grits are really what they claim to be, they sell that generic kit all over Amazon too.
My shitass skeletool
Given a $25 amazon gift card. Best EDC knife in that price range?
>>2590923Don't know if best, me dad got one of these for me many years ago, probably on some super sale for a few bucks. Only one sided carry, and I wasn't that impressed at first glance. It's optimized for engraving so probably sold in bulk for corporate gifts. Anyway, after using it for many years I've found it to be damn good for an inexpensive knife. I like it a lot and use the shit out of it.
>>2590936Yeah I realized after I posted that 'best' is very subjective considering use and styles but I'm new to this. Appreciate your suggestion
>>2590923Ontario Rat 1/2 is near that price range.
>>2590936for cheapies, my favorite was the Gerber Air Ranger III, but crkt makes decent stuff too. If you're not a knife fanatic, it's certainly a fine work horse. Just bring one of those folding diamond stones and you'll be all set for as long a time as you'd like.
>>2584598>>2587249>absolutely based used that as my field knife in the army years ago and it took a beating with no complaints, I carry picrel most of the time nowadays
>>2587986Based. Peak (S90V) it is for me, but I have a Wasp and a Comrade as well
>>2584240>letting knifeless and clueless morons touch your bladeI let a dipshit borrow my beater tenacious without knowing what he was trying to cut. He thought it was a great idea to cut bailing wire. Lesson learned I let normies borrow pic related if they ask for a knife.
>>2590923Kershaw Filter, it's $16 at my Wally world.
>>2583299Sheffield folding knife. Bought it for $10 new. I didn't know there was a town named Sheffield in Guangdong province, China.
>>2592039>not Made in Japan
what do I need to look for in a cheap knife?
>>2592772what do you wanna use it for?
>>2583419Bro you found my fucking knife, I lost one exactly like that a few years ago lmao
>>2592772You need to look for the words "Mora".
>>2590936>>2591045Ended up going with the Kershaw Shuffle II. Primary purpose is for edc so I liked the flathead on there as well. Will take it camping so we'll see how it holds up there. Seemed like a good jumping off point.
>>2583886My personal favorite...I got like half a dozen of these fuckers. Kind of want to try one of the slim pros but I am not sure the micarta and s30v is really worth $70 bucks over the standard slim...Bucks 420HC has never really left me asking for more.
>>2583299Leatherman Wave+ special edition
>>2583299Derma Safe Knife. 0.24 oz and fits in my wallet.
>>2583886Classic for a reason
>>2593523That one brings back memories. First knife I bought. Cant remember if it was an actual Buck though.
>>2593336Hope you like it. It has a bunch of things that would make me nope right the fuck out but if it works for you that's what matters.
>>2585332How's the spike treating you ?>>2585196im glad im the only one with this knife >>2592029>>2593521>>2593523based
>>2593664i dont carry it a lot, the blade gets to thick for my taste. I used it a lot to cut up weed, did that great.Pretty easy to sharpen it to razor sharpness on a stone/strop combo, which you have to do often because the steel is cheap.Its basically a cheap knife and a fancy shank.That OTF tickles my pickle.
>>2583299>paying hundreds of dollars for a knife you'll use for opening boxesHave you heard of Cold Steel, Buck or Opinel? $35 will get you a nice knife. If you need a barometer for how much you should be spending on a tiny piece of sharpened steel: An Estwing hatchet only costs $40.>be 30-year-old boomer >sitting in my MAN-CAVE>cheer as my favorite negro on TV catches "duh futbawl">"whell, time fer werk">waddle out to my $50,000 Harley-Davidson™>fork seals explode as my giant ass plops down on the Chinese dog-leather seat>"yeap, only 84 monthly payments and she's all mine">rupture the eardrums of every individual unfortunate enough to be stuck next to me at a red light >arrive at work and immediately reach into the refrigerator>crack open the hoppiest craft-brew IPA>*LOUDLY SLURP*>"aaAAH, dat hits da spot">scream out "PAHKET CHEK!!">squeeze my giant ham fist into my extra tight Carhartt™ jeans>pull out the grotesque hunk of shit i paid $4000 for>"yeap, dis is uh custom dual-action liner-lock blue-titanium carbon-amphibian with a 2.5" dumaskus blayde"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2COcQRZciMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnjUL5k9fmMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ibL98UD8usThese people are mind-fucked beyond repair. Nothing you say will convince me that this behavior is normal.
>>2593811But do they use a ferro rod properly?Use the sharp edge of the knoife and you get to sharpen you’re blade and start a fire at the same time!Two birds. One stone.
>>2593811Some people do take it too far where they want to carry every tool available to mankind on their body as if they need to MacGuyver a helicopter in case of a zombie outbreak.Unironically, the knife I carry the most is from a Chinese company, the Civivi Elementum. It's like $50 bucks so if I lose it, no big deal yet it has a better build quality and QC than other western knife companies.Speaking of overpriced blades, I recently had to return a $300 C90V Benchmade 940 Osborne because the lock would stop the knife midway through deployment. For such a 'respected' company and a premium pricetag, you would expect them to have good QC to avoid putting knives like this on the market.
>>2593645Just trying to pick up on things. What makes you averse to it?
>>2593838-Thick blade-Tanto-Finger grooves-That choil-Thumb stud-Handle textureIt's a sharpened prybar with hotspots, no belly, and no finesse. It looks as if it was designed by someone who imagines knives but has never actually carried and used one daily.But again, that's just me. I would toss it in the trash, you might find it to be the perfect gem of a knife. And good for you. It's your knife, not mine.
+1 poison damage
Got this at a garage sale for 10 bucks. Went home and found it on the SOG knives website for $95 new