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lion504

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A Benchmade 765 or Para 3. Here's the monolock, which is super light and thin for a 3+ inch blade:

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The work stuff doesn't change, so I have to get creative. It's the same knife and light, posted in two different threads. I'm only doing this once. Unless I can figure out how to stand the Alox up on it's narrow side.

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desmobob

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I don't have a photo of it and I'll try to remember to get one... The knife I often EDC is an old Girl Scout Knife (that's right... even Girl Scouts carried knives back in the good ol' days) made by Kutmaster in Utica, NY.

I live in a rural area, but close to a popular lakefront summer vacation community. There have been plenty of times when a knife was needed by myself or someone else and I've pulled out the Benchmade, Spyderco, ZT, or other modern knife I was EDC'ing. The response from some of the non-locals is often something like "Whoa... you carry a KNIFE?" or "Why do you need a pocket knife that big?!"
If it's the Girls Scout Knife, I ask them why they're afraid of a knife that was intended to be carried by young girls... :crackup:
 

boo5ted

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It's my newest, smallest and turning out to be the most useful knife I own. SAK Compact.

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Streak

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Damaged right thumb, cant use thumb hole/button knives I have been carrying my Honey Badger flipper for a couple of years.
Just bought a few more less 25% on the BF/Cyber Monday sale.

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Bullzeyebill

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I have had two Honey Badgers. Brown scales, one medium and one large. Gave the medium to my daughter in Idaho.

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I haven’t used those specifically but if the holes are decent you might be able to flick with your middle finger. I flick my Spyderco PM2 this way quite nicely.
 

shooter_tx

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I actually took this pic for a Facebook group, a few days ago:
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Clockwise, from top-right:
1.) RAT, Model II (my 'Goldilocks' EDC knife; fits my hand juuuust right)
2.) SOG Twitch II (my 'backup' EDC knife; a little too small for my hands, and the controls are non-intuitive to me)
3.) SOG Flash II (I wanted so badly to like this knife, but couldn't; it's a little too big for my hands/pocket, so it mostly stays in the truck)
4.) some random Husky light I picked up at some point (my backup)
?.) conspicuously absent from this photo is my SureFire E2E Executive Elite (my EDC light for about a decade, recently lost/misplaced)
 

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This, for the weekend.

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A. G. Russell Medium Barlow, in Ebony Delrin. The Modern Traditional collection continues.
 

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It's been mostly modern traditionals lately, so today I decided to go Mall Ninja.

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