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That actually looks like a hard fight to call as the small guy looks pretty fast, but I'm going to have to go with the big guy because he reminds me of me. You might cut a big guy several times, but he will knock you down and cut your head off.

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I fully agree. I've carried a Spyderco Clipit Endura since 1991. I'm on my third one now - the old-style clip broke on the first one (they make it of spring steel now, much better), and I lost another changing uniforms on a bus (long story), and I'm currently carrying my third one.

 

The serrated edge stays super sharp, and the one handed opening and closing is teh win. I honestly don't know what I'd do without it, I feel completely naked when I'm not carrying it.

Agreed again.

 

My Spyderco Dragonfly is TINY, but has come in useful so many times.

 

I'd love to carry my Desert Cruiser with me, but it's not exactly concealable - the Dragonfly is tiny and flat so it's there in my pocket should I need it (even for opening Cheddar cheese :P).

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Some of mine (with some other bits...)

 

Spydie Stainless Delica

Artemis Defence Systems custom HAK

Ka-Bar TDI knife

JP Slugger Co. Short Sap

Surefire E2D w/ custom paracord wrap

Shivworks Titanium Top-Popper w/ happy paint scheme

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too many ...

 

couple of swis army knives

a key knife

a cheep opinel

 

bayonet cant remember the exact version ..

 

becker brute - 9.5 inch recurve goodness

http://www.fernknives.com/images/BK-BK1medium.gif

 

Buck Tiburon- wonderful tool, especially if you are river running in a kayak... designed by a bloke called ed gillet - its also a bit bigger than it looks

http://www.1sks.com/images/buck/bu-185.jpg

 

incidentally its pretty useful for climbing too

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Oh that's a whole different discussion :) Have a look at the WW2 era combatives manuals "Get Tough" by Fairbairn and "Kill Or Get Killed" by Applegate for more info on the way that particular knife is designed to be used.

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The only knife of this type I really want to own is the model shown in Face/Off, with a Kriss style blade. It's the one John Travolta gives to the young girl to defend herself (and that she uses very well on his own leg!)

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A little christmas present... An Opinel no.8 folder

Lovely knives, they are - I have one myself.

 

Make DAMN SURE you keep the blade clean and dry, though - mine has rusted all to hell, and I need to sort it out some time. It's carbon steel, not one of the stainless steels, and it shows.

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you can never have to many knives

I thought that too until i saw your collection. :P how many do you actually carry into a skirmish?

 

skull, sweet knife!

 

angry, isn't that the knife that Wayans uses in the movie Major Payne? :huh:

 

nice knives all around :)

 

Greg

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How do you like that SOG? I've been looking into one as they are pretty cheap.

 

 

Pitty, no ExtremaRatio, Microtech or Masters of Defense knives? Sigh...

 

 

Cheers,

Mike

:cookiemonster:

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