What pocket knife do you carry?

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors!' started by TimmyBoston, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. TimmyBoston

    TimmyBoston Moderator Emeritus

    Title, says it all. Time to show off those knives, boys.
  2. I carry with me, at all times, a Leatherman Wave, a 200 Lumen LED flashlight, and a swedish firesteel.

    these things i have carried and always will carry, just in case.
  3. This would be a good time to recommend something sturdy as I am in the market for a good quality knife. I need something that retains a good grip even with mitts or gloves on and is easily accessible wearing winter weather gear. Size does not matter as long as it is efficient. Also looking for a good flash light and windproof matches but the knife is more important. Thanks guys!
  4. Leatherman.
  5. TimmyBoston

    TimmyBoston Moderator Emeritus

    In my limited experience I have found Kershaws, every model of theirs I've seen, to be outstanding. I'm sure someone else will be able to chime with with a particular model to fit your bill.

    Edit: Also out of the box, if you do choose a Kershaw, it will literally be sharp enough to shave with. :wink:
  6. Normally carry something UK legal, like a sub 3inch slip-joint. For instance Queen canoe in D2 or a Case of some description.

    And if i have a good legal reson for a knife, Sebenza or Benchmade 707. :smile:
  7. I carry a Smith and Wesson locking folder 3" blade, the rubber grips on the sides fell off it as well as the name badge of S&W and all the paint has worn off it and the grip is just about totally stainless now, but it was only about $13 and is made in china :lol: but I use it all the time to cut and or open one thing or another, it is about 4 years old and I can't kill it no matter how much I abuse it.

    I have a couple nice knives including Benchmade, SOG, Kerhaw etc but after losing a Spyderco I think delica model that apparantly slipped off my pocket :mad: I only carry the more expensive and heavy duty knives when necessary :wink:
  8. a Trevor Ablett..sheepsfoot...sub 3inch for everyday carry

    one day i will get me a Sebenza...not yet tho
  9. I carry a Gerber. Don't know the model. Skeletal handle, polymer coated (teflon?) handle and blade. Had a Schrade Old Timer for years in the navy, dropped it into some dark compartment onboard and never found it.
  10. Either a Benchmade Griptillian or Stryker, depending on need, or a very small two-blade Victorinox if in a suit.
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  12. dpm802

    dpm802 Contributor

    I carry a Husky knife at work, it has a box-cutter (I upgraded the blade to a bi-metal Titanium) and a 4" spear blade. Cheap and very effective.

    I carry a Wenger Matterhorn in the car ... too many functions to count, and too bulky/heavy to be considered as a pocket knife.
  13. I always carry my Leatherman e302 pocket knife.
  14. For everyday carry I always have a Letherman micra on my keyring and a Kershaw chive in my pocket http://www.thekershawstore.com/Kershaw_Chive_Plain_Knife_p/k1600.htm. If I will be needing a knife for more serious chores I carry a Kershaw Blur http://www.thekershawstore.com/Kershaw_Blur_Plain_Knife_p/k1670blk.htm. I like Kershaw knives and have not had any issues with them. I really like the SpeedSafe assisted opening feature on both of these knives. It works great and I must admit has a certain "cool factor" to it:cool:.
  15. pal


    Fellas, if it does not say Solingen on the blade, you are not carrying the finest. I usually carry 'Kissing Crane', "Hen & Rooster' or 'Bull Dog'.
  16. Absolutely. I alternate between a Karl Schlieper and a Boker. Both in stag. Its hard to beat German cutlery.

  17. As a Christmas gift I get a new pocket knife every year, its a tradition in my family, and I am currently carrying a Schrade. It has been a good knife, seems to hold an edge and can take a beating
  18. My 35 year old Puma "Junior".

  19. slcsteve,

    Very nice Puma!!!

    I will try to get some pics up tonight of some of my knives.


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