Post Your EDC Blade

Discussion in 'Knives' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. Djcala

    Djcala .223 Supporter

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    Thanks il give them a look.
  2. mic214

    mic214 .410

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    For several years I was carrying a Benchmade 710 "McHenry Williams axis lock folder. I ended up passing it on down to my some a while back:

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    I ended up replacing it with a Benchmade 940 "Osborne" axis lock:

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  3. DarkPassenger308

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    I just picked up an ESEE-4 to compliment my dedicated Junglas for camping. I kinda regret not getting the ESEE-3 and using it for an EDC. The 4 is just a little too big. Still easy enough to carry, but I think the 3 would be ideal around town. Good excuse to buy another ESEE, right???


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  4. ripjack13

    ripjack13 Resident Sawdust Maker Staff Member Administrator Forum Moderator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    Esee is nice. Easy to change out the scales on em. I'm good at it now....
  5. CaddmannQ

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    I don't own any knives from Damascus steel and I really would like to have one. I looked at a whole lot of inexpensive ones for sale that are probably made in Pakistan out of old cables and chains. Anyhow I started a thread just for Damascus steel.
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  6. CaddmannQ

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    The old jackknife was my everyday carry blade back in the 70s and the shiny new one is my new one for informal situations.
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  7. DarkPassenger308

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    Is that a 3-dot 110? I have one too. I'm the original owner. Soooo glad I was never stupid with it as a teenager and lost or sold it!


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  8. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ .308 Supporter

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    No it is a two dot from about 1975.
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  9. DarkPassenger308

    DarkPassenger308 .410 Supporter

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    Here's my two dot 111 Classic from 1988. Purposefully crummy photo so it doesn't show my first and last name in the engraving.

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  10. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ .308 Supporter

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    Mine has some engraving on it but it doesn't really show up in the photographs I posted.

    It's not really very good and I'm thinking that the new knife will stay the way it is and the old 110 will get re-customized.

    They have changed the rivet arrangement on the new 110 by adding a rivet, and that upsets my plan for customizing which was based on the old scale pattern.

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