Pocket Knife

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Jaxenro, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. steve u

    steve u A-List Customer

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    bobm, 3" blade..7" overall. Blade is ATS 34.
    from search "ATS 34 may be the end of your quest. An imported Hitachi steel, ATS 34is a chrome molybdenum alloy that has very small grain size and excellent edge retention. A knife being made of ATS 34 steel. ... It is abrasion resistant, sufficiently hard and corrosion resistant for knife making." steve ... How's the blade?....truthfully, don't no ..never used.
     
  2. Twelvefret

    Twelvefret New in Town

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  3. RJR

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  4. alanfgag

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    Thanks... Takeda Hamono is known mostly for excellent kitchen knives but he also produces very nice folding and hunting knives. I’ve posted photos of a few others in the pointy objects thread.
     
  5. Retromoto

    Retromoto One of the Regulars

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    I carry a (2) bladed folding Kabar in a custom leather belt case. I like the steel on the older Kabars and
    don't care to expose what I'm carrying. Knife is 99% covered.
     
  6. Sheepdog149

    Sheepdog149 Practically Family

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  7. Streak

    Streak New in Town

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    Here is my new Akubra Tablelands with my new small tan Honey Badger Flipper.

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  8. DaveProc

    DaveProc Call Me a Cab

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    Case XX Trapper I have carried everyday since High School.
     
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  9. The Jackal

    The Jackal One of the Regulars

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    This is about as fancy as I get these days.
    Yes, it's a box cutter.

    Working on an Airforce base, they can tighten down pretty hard on weapons from time to time, including pocket knives. I can pass this off as a working tool since my office is in a warehouse.

    Since it is my everyday carry "tool", I don't bother with stepping up to anything dressier when I'm outside of work. [​IMG]

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  10. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    I have something similar - wonderfully practical when you need a Stanleyknife on the move. Not quite the same leverage as the regular version, but it'srre you'd need that anyhow. So much nicer and more pocket-friendly!
     
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  11. Sheepdog149

    Sheepdog149 Practically Family

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  13. Thumper15

    Thumper15 New in Town

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    Case Seahorse Whittler is my current everyday carry. I carried a Case Large trapper for years, but it’s so big and heavy it was wearing massive holes in my jeans. I switched to a 3 blade medium stockman, and liked it. This one caught my eye in an online review so I went to Smoky Mountain Knife Works and picked one up. It has been a fantastic carry for almost 3 years. It has a very thick main blade, that is supported by both main springs and it cuts way above its weight class due to the geometry of the wharncliff blade the the super heavy springs and thickness. The small pen and coping blades are amazingly useful. I also carry a leatherman at work because I’m a boat mechanic and it comes in really handy all the time.
     

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  14. Jason29307

    Jason29307 New in Town

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    Hey guys
    this is my first Stiletto Switchblade i made and just finished last week. My next one will look better as learning how all the parts work and how the kick spring function along with getting the buffalo horn cut and shapped. But it works great and the buffalo horn with the steel parts look pretty good. What do you guys think? I have always liked classy Italian and Russian Stiletto's. I have already ordered parts for my next two... :) I am Jason BTW, I lurk here a Lot and have for about a year. Such great information. I am a big collector of things and jackets are one, mostly military and Schott style Perfecto leather as well as boots. I was reading the Engineer boots post and saw this. So greetings to all guys..
     

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  15. Reginald Buckleaf III

    Reginald Buckleaf III New in Town

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    I have quite a few knives but my EDC knives are a Victorinox Swiss Army in my left pocket and a Benchmade in my right. [​IMG]


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  17. DaveProc

    DaveProc Call Me a Cab

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  18. Robert Heyer

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    Turnip One Too Many

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