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LSU Tiger Bob
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South
Member since Sep 2011
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Case





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Itismemc
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Southeast Alabama
Member since Nov 2008
1943 posts

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CRKT m16





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Hammertime
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apples
Member since Jan 2012
15704 posts

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You do not own a ZT0350. They are absolutely nowhere near light enough to be worn with slacks





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JungleJ35
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NELA
Member since Dec 2013
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Kershaw Ken Onion Leek. Very slim and don't even know its in your pocket LINK





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Bama and Beer
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Daphne, AL
Member since Oct 2010
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Is it you that collects Buck Lites Tyroneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee?





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Bama and Beer
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Daphne, AL
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Zero Tolerance 0350
never heard of these

quote:

has a speed assist opening
my SOG mini Trident does too. Will not but another SOG and I kill this one or lose it, just not a fan of the shitty blade






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Jarlaxle
San Diego State Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2010
1163 posts

re: Pocket knife





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Spyderco Dragonfly Plain Edge Knife



LINK

on sale for $38.66






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purpleNgoldsaint
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Houma Louisiana
Member since Jun 2009
2460 posts

re: Pocket knife


LINK

I know the OP asked about knives but this is what I carry all day. The knife is actually really sharp.






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Bama and Beer
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Daphne, AL
Member since Oct 2010
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Don't care, just wish I had the chick in your avy sitting on my dick. FOREVER





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beulahland
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Little D'arbonne
Member since Jan 2013
1549 posts

re: Pocket knife


a small old timer jack-knife with the carbon steel blades. good when wearing jeans or suits.
all you young troopers can keep those fancy clip knives, I'm too old school to carry one.






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LouisianaChessie
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since May 2010
2082 posts

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Very durable, rugged knife and holds an edge extremely well


These are great knives but they do break more often than expected. As far as edge retention the 154cm is decent metal. I have s30v on my full size and it's better. It's currently dull as can be because i cut the edge off of a penny on a bet.






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DirtyMikeandtheBoys
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TigerOnThe Hill
Springhill
Member since Sep 2008
2595 posts

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Lsuwannabe,
I'm not familiar w/ Moore Maker, but the knives look interesting. Classic lines w/ prices much lower than the usualy custom knife. Whats' been your experience w/ Moore Maker? What's the turnaround? The "Drop Point Hunter", #5101, is a very nice looking knife.






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Itismemc
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Southeast Alabama
Member since Nov 2008
1943 posts

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quote:

Kershaw Ken Onion Leek


Amazon had a good flash deal on this this week.






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Thomas Magnum
Hawaii Fan
Robin's Nest
Member since Aug 2010
620 posts

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I carry a yellow handle Case sodbuster. I wear slacks almost everyday and it seems comfortable enough. Looking at getting a Case peanut to switch it up a bit.





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nolaks
Member since Dec 2013
74 posts

re: Pocket knife


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Does that really work? May have to pick one of those up.


yes for sure, there are crazy survivalist types soaking them in vinegar and urine for months and no rust. Supposedly they don't take an edge as well as a blade with more carbon, but mine is plenty sharp.






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Hammertime
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apples
Member since Jan 2012
15704 posts

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Same people that take their wives used tampons hunting?





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Lsuwannabe
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Wesson
Member since Aug 2009
686 posts

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quote:

I'm not familiar w/ Moore Maker, but the knives look interesting. Classic lines w/ prices much lower than the usualy custom knife. Whats' been your experience w/ Moore Maker? What's the turnaround? The "Drop Point Hunter", #5101, is a very nice looking knife


These are very good knives...I own two of them. One I got when my Dad died and the other he gave me several years ago. When my son gets older I will buy him one. These knives are real bone or horn handle and not the yellow plastic you get with others. When you hold this knife you will know you are holding quality. Buy one you will not be disappointed.






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TigerOnThe Hill
Springhill
Member since Sep 2008
2595 posts

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Lsuwannabe,
Thanks for the info. I bet I end up w/ one in the coming months. What's their turnaround like?






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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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The devil dreams on an idle horse
Member since Jan 2011
40006 posts

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Pretty much any knife.

I carry a benchmade mini griptillian. Very nice knife, but my next one will not cost anywhere near $100.

My old man has a cheap scherade that he's had for 20 years. I think it was $10. Mine MIGHT hold an edge a littttleeeeeee bit better, but at the end of the day does it really matter all that much?






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