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    Do there anywhere exists a factory or semi-custom knive that looks a bit like
    the Shane Sibert Mini Pocket Rocket?

    A little bully knive....

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    D2 Tool steel makes for a hard wearing blade if a little taxing to sharpen





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    My knife is a bit big and heavy, but I finally found a pouch big enough to hold it, and on my belt I don't notice the weight.
    Anyway:




    The knife is a whopping 9 inch when open, 5 when closed.

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    That is a BIG one!

    I find my GEC Tidioute #73 Scout plump and heavy and it isn't but 3 3/4" long!

    Is that perchance a Rough Rider?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayboyJoeShmoe View Post
    That is a BIG one!

    I find my GEC Tidioute #73 Scout plump and heavy and it isn't but 3 3/4" long!

    Is that perchance a Rough Rider?
    Why yes, yes it is
    It's the RR066 Folding Hunter. Bought it from a forum member on a Dutch knife forum after he bought a batch. It weighs about 160 gram (5.6 ounces).

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    something that looks similar to the sibert knife.. i think Sog Bluto has same "vibe".
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    Finally got a real camera again


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    Quote Originally Posted by nathan310 View Post
    Finally got a real camera again

    Nice!!
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    +1

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    At present, Benchmade Mini-Griptilian .. HTC Hero .. Liteflux LF2XT

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    Got these two today:



    I always have a Scout in one of my pockets. The bottle opener is good for that and prying. The can opener is good for that and as a scratch tool for lottery tickets. The awl works great on belts that need an extra hole.

    And the flat ground main blade cuts like no-ones business!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayboyJoeShmoe View Post
    Got these two today:



    I always have a Scout in one of my pockets.
    Those look like jim jams do they have pockets?


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    I always carry a simple and pretty beat up Swiss knife from Wenger. Useful knife, bottle opener, can opener, screwdriver... if you don't need a big knife its perfect. If i only need a blade i have a bigger spring knife, but its too clumsy EDC.

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    If you are refering to my cool warm pants... We keep the house at 65 so everybody wears something.

    These slip on easy fit a little loose and good stuff.

    And yes, they have pockets.
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    MOD875


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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayboyJoeShmoe View Post
    If you are refering to my cool warm pants... We keep the house at 65 so everybody wears something.

    These slip on easy fit a little loose and good stuff.

    And yes, they have pockets.
    Yes the do look cool! Sorry for my poor attempt at humour

    Perhaps you could point me in the direction of a top quality scout knife I have wanted one for a while but have only seen the cheep and cheerful kind

    Thanks


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    I have to correct something I said. No matter how cold it gets outside we keep inside at 65.

    The jammy bottoms and a T are the first layer. I don't go out in public in the jammies so don't worry about it Mikes1
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    My favourite couple at the moment

    Too bad the Benchamde Ares is discontinued, I really hope they will release it again in the future: it's probably my favourite benchmade folder.


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    I love those CRs more every time I see one!
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    The one and only regular sebenza, in my pocket for 5+ years. The best designed pocket knife ever IMO


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kgp View Post
    The one and only regular sebenza, in my pocket for 5+ years. The best designed pocket knife ever IMO
    I love Sebenzas, it's just too bad they're so damn expensive. Like almost all quality knives...
    I've held a few though, and they're great. I wouldn't be able to use it as an EDC because I'd think "Oh man I don't want to ruin this knife", all the time. That's why my EDC's are mostly cheap, sturdy knives.


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    Updated pics (no jammies) of two Scouts and add two "Christmas" knives (from a Santa at AAPK!




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    Quote Originally Posted by eygen View Post
    I love Sebenzas, it's just too bad they're so damn expensive. Like almost all quality knives...
    I've held a few though, and they're great. I wouldn't be able to use it as an EDC because I'd think "Oh man I don't want to ruin this knife", all the time. That's why my EDC's are mostly cheap, sturdy knives.
    Sebenza mean work in Chris Reeve's native language. Aside from that, you can always send it back to be refurbished, and it will be like new again.

    This is why I have no problem carrying and using my custom knives.
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    If it ever becomes possible financially a Sebenza is the one knife I might spend WAY too much money on.....

    Until then the sub $100 "tactical" knives I already own plus the very COOL OLD knives I've been getting will just have to do.

    I'm not sure a Sebenza could quite "out cool" this for example:
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    Emerson Karambit since 2002-ish time frame and soon to be Muyshondt Aeon. Just waiting on the mail man to drop off the Aeon

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    Can't seem to get away from SOG for my "tactical" edc.
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    Hello, I have been edc a benchmade benchmite with levitator lock open and closed, aus8 blade[grey] for quite some months now, very happy with it. I have about 130 knives in my collection, mostly small to medium size and a few large ones [folders,fixed blades,customs, and neck knives] and I like to swop them around a bit too, but aus8 is one of my favorite steels and the benchmite is so flat and small and strong that I cant seem to be able to change it over yet. Sorry I dont have a camera,I would love to get them all out and share a couple of photos of my knives and lights with you all. Also edc a victorinox mini champ and spyderco bug and combo edge ladybug everywhere. P.S. crikey these hobbys are expensive.

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    Currently a CRKT Drifter.

    Fiat lux!

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    I'm an Azurite fan.

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