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Show Us Your EDC Folder

andyw513

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Here's my Case XX. I carry this thing with me everywhere I go because I always need it and it never lets me down. It has a nice aged CV blade, too, I like the old look it has to it:

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You can tell what electrical work/being lost under a truck seat for months can do for a knife! Here it is from the other side:

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I've had this knife about 4 years now, BTW. So she definitely isn't new.
 

SIMON LEONE

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same with me : my mini grip always is where I am except when taking a shower :thumbsup:

I've got it for 1 1/2 years now but the picture I took about 1 year ago

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TKC

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I am currently carrying a small 21 Dog Paws Sebenza.
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Essexman

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Great thread here.
Guys - I thought it was just us in the UK that carried slip joints!

Here we go then-

UKPK with carbonfibre scales

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A one of a kind Ti SAK made by a very nice chap over on the Britishblades forum. My one and only Ti knife..
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As much as I love the UKPK, it's a bit big for EDC in a urban area in the UK. So I've been using the Ti SAK most of the time.

I got a couple of new/old slipjoints to EDC this week, I'll upload some picks tomorrow....................
 

2000xlt

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I am trying to work in strider trainer which got sharpened..i would carry it more if i had different scales, mabey some micarta..the texture of it now is too rough to pocket carry, can not easily re clip it to my pocket because of the texture.

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Fenris

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I am trying to work in strider trainer which got sharpened..i would carry it more if i had different scales, mabey some micarta..the texture of it now is too rough to pocket carry, can not easily re clip it to my pocket because of the texture.

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How is the edge holding up? I've always heard that the heat treatment on the trainers was'nt quite up to par since it was never meant to be sharpened.
 

2000xlt

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i believe its heat treated in the same manner, i have not used it much as i want to have scales made for it
 

darkzero

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Lately it's been a plain ol Strider PT but I love it & I don't feel like I would ever have to worry about using it.

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But I still rotate it with my CA legal UTX-70 which is my first EDC knife (obviously not a folder)

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JMJ3rd

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The Hinderer, with Krein regrind, changes color, but it's always an edc. The Mini Manix is new to me, as of a week or so, from a good friend. I like it a lot.

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Essexman

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Here's the two I got this week, both UK legal to EDC. Both made in Sheffield

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and very old
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The old knife was given to me by my friend at work. He collects old knives and was having a clear out.

He said he thought I should have something "old" to go with my "modern" knives. It's a really nice shape, smooth and light. A very nice gift.
 

nathan310

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Yuna EQ2 with zdp189 ats34 san mai blade

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I have a few very nice high end knives but this the one I always go back to.
 
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