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Old 04-27-2016, 04:02 PM
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Here is mine, a Buck 290 with stainless blade and aluminum body. It's a good quality knife.
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my daily carry knife, not the expensive one but it gets the job done.
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Case Sod Buster Jr.
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Benchmade Auto. Stock photo. Mine is bit worn.

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My lil buck.
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My lil buck.
I carry a Vantage too, but my work EDC is a select with FRN scales. I have a avid in dymonwood and a pro in G10 that are more regular out and about EDCs
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I carry one of these in my purse.

http://www.benchmade.com/griptilian-family.html
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Inexpensive but sharp and very light weight.

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Mine is similar to OPs. Stainless steel blade, keeps sharp.
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I carry a super knife. Original. Not a knock off. These are the ones utilizing a utility knife blade. Soooo easy to keep sharp!!! Just stick in anew blade!!!
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Benchmade Osborne 940.
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Lately this ZT562. This was my first time messing with Mammoth tooth.

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SOG Twitch II or a Benchmade APB Assist.
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An antique. I believe it is a Buck.

My grandfather bought it the first week he went to work for Timken Bearing in 1940. He carried it every day for his 34 years there, and into retirement. He gave it to me in 1988, and I have carried it every day since.
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I rotate through a few....

Buck 290 like OP's, but 1/2 serrated blade.

Spyderco Paramilitary II

Hinderer XM-18

And my absolute favorite knife of all time is the Emerson CQC-7 w/ wave feature. This thing is an animal.
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This is my usual EDC...
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Originally Posted by 240 LTS View Post
Inexpensive but sharp and very light weight.

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I carry this one also^^.

The bench made I have tends to wear a hole in my pants due to a sharp corner and a good bit heavier.

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