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    Quote Originally Posted by nbp View Post
    So, I kinda got into CRKs lately, and now I really don't want to carry anything but Chris' knives everyday, so I am doing some BST to find a collection of his folders for all situations. I sold a small Insingo already, but here are the ones I currently have. Yes they all get carried and cut stuff!

    L to R: Small Inkosi, Small Sebenza 21 with Raindrop Damascus and Raindrop graphics, Large Sebenza 21 with Insingo blade, Large Seb 21 Insingo with Carbon Fiber Slab, Large 21 with Box Elder Burl Inlays.

    I will probably sell the box elder soon. It's beautiful but on the larges I really prefer the Insingo. On the smalls I like the clip point. I know it's weird.


    ​You have a GREAT collection of CRK's!!

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    Gosh, You're going to make me blush, that is quite a compliment coming from you TKC! You have owned all the finest!

    These knives are deeply satisfying to carry and use. I am really enjoying them!

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    NBP- Have you owned a small Sebenza with the Insingo blade? I really like that blade shape but wonder how it translates in use.

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    For anyone who like the CRKs. If you haven't held a 25, you must! It holds so well. I would say the Large 21 is great for collectors & looks. But for a working blade, only a 25 for me! Also, know that they are coming out with a Large Inkosi. It looks just like the 25, but the clip is angled like the Small Inkosi and I think they are going to do inlays too.
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    Yep my first Sebenza was a small Insingo. Excellent knife, I love the Insingo. For some reason on the larges (which I prefer altogether) I love the Insingo and prefer it to the clip point but on the smalls I kinda like the clip point better. I like the small 21 in that there are so many options but of the two I think the Inkosi is a little better small hard use knife. But it only comes in one flavor. So either you like it or you don't.

    If only you could get a 25 with an Insingo!!! I do like the simplicity of the 21 for disassembly and I honestly doubt there is any real difference in the strength or toughness of the 21 vs 25. I haven't taken down my Inkosi yet. The large Ink will be killer.

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    During the summer, I don't always carry this setup but in the colder months I can easily stash this pouch in a jacket pocket and it fits nicely on a belt if I hit the woods.

    This folder is a Benchmade Mini Stryker that has lost a bit of its tanto profile as I sharpen the entire profile in one go. The point between the short front section and the main cutting section is slightly rounded over and it works great. Slim, solid and smooth.

    If anyone is interested, the pouch is from Voodoo Tactical and it has held up nicely over the years. It's not as well made as a Maxpedition, but it works. I carry a 4Sevens Mini MA with a lithium AA primary, a Leatherman Micra, Sharpie, Space Pen (the red tube on the far left), a Fox 40 whistle, mini lighter and can stash a few more things in there if I try.

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    Well, I guess it technically counts as a folder.... Leatherman Signal.

    Bought it at a Brick & Mortar store because I wanted one as soon as I became interested in it. But that means I paid a premium above retail. Oh well, I knew I was paying a premium; so no big thing. I'm going to carry and use it for awhile to see if it's worth it as both an outdoor-specific multi-tool, and yes; as an EDC multi-tool.


    A shot of the clip side. The clip is decent. Not too much retention since it's straight with just a divot style curve. But the 7.5 ounce weight helps the knife stay secure in the pocket.


    Knife in hand with the blade locked open. Unlike the Skeletool, you're not going to accidentally unlock this lock if you bear down too tightly with your grip. Sure it's a multi-tool, but I carry it for the blade feature. Have never used the pliers.
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    Spyderco PM2 carried this bad girl for years, super tough blade have tackled jobs that should have been done with a fixed blade. Centering lock up and smoothness of opening is good as day one. My favorite knife I have ever owned for EDC.

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    Just came in a few days ago and already my favorite knife. Zero Tolerance 0456CF, already have the MXG Ti deep pocket clip and blue screw set. Just waiting on the blue backspace and blue pivot hardware.




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    looks like a copied design from Marcins Knives:
    https://www.instagram.com/marcins_knives/

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreisl View Post
    looks like a copied design from Marcins Knives:
    https://www.instagram.com/marcins_knives/
    The ZT was designed by Dmitry Sinkevich, so pretty sure it's the other way around.

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    Medford Knife and Tool Praetorian Swift non-safety auto:


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    Shirogorov Turtle today.


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    Chris Reeve Large Inkosi

    “May it be a light to you in dark places, when all other lights go out.”
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    I have been carrying a Vargo Sobata 398 a s of late. It has a titanium/ceramic composite blade, 'sintered titanium'. It's completely corrosion resistant and unlike regular titanium alloy knives, it has been holding an edge. It's more like titanium than ceramic as far as the blade is concerned. I have been cutting vatious materials like cardboard, rope, wood, meat. No chips yet. It has a micro toothy edge I think. It doesn't feel screaming sharp, but yet it cuts great! One of the most interesting knives I have ever owned which is saying something cause I have owned a lot of different knives! I have a small collection, it was much bigger, but I sold a bunch of them cause I moved across the country. Anyway I am putting this knife through it's paces! Great knife thus far and fun to flip!

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    Some nice knives in this thread. No pics, but I carry a Sebenza for at least 15 years, along with a SAK or a traditional folder, like my Case Trapper or Barlow.

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    Beard Man,

    Thats a great EDC setup! Mine is close, I have a SAK instead of a Leatherman. However, I always have a Leatherman close by, always.
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    Pacific Salt gen 1 with straight spine mod



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    really nice. What make and model is that?

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    i miss my folders: chris reeve, phil boguziewski, frank centofante, bob terzuola, auto benchmades...all gone. this thread brought back memories
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    some of the lightweights


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    Nice selection of carbon fiber right there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toohotruk View Post
    Nice selection of carbon fiber right there!
    thank you sir, i edc these during the summer. A light knife doesn’t weigh down shorts.


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    Seki City Endela.


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    I've always carried knives with Tanto grinds but this Emerson Kwaiken has taken over my pocket, been edc'ing it for a while now.

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    I usually alternate between Emerson, Hinderer, and Chris Reeve. Tonight I have my pimped Emerson CQC 7A with micarta scales and titanium bolsters.


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