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Discussion in 'Gear-Fi: Non-Audio Gear and Gadgets' started by chris_himself, Aug 30, 2007.
I had a knife that was ground to around 13˚, which makes for quite an easy slicer.
it is great when you want to cut soft vegetables. like cucumber, eggplant, onion.. or even salmon
Nice! That's most of what I collect and use these days as well. I have several dozen GEC's with a handful in regular rotation.
Today I'm carrying a mid 1940s (est). Shapleigh HDW Diamond Edge barlow, and a new GEC beagle.
Nice Shapleigh. Looks to be in very good shape for its age. I love a good Barlow.
Anyone else collect Lagiuole?
I have a Laguiole copy, with damascus blade. The real thing's a little beyond my budget. The one above it is a Monnerie - another elegant French style.
I guess I should've expected as much entering a thread like this, but wow some of the blades in this thread are stunning.
And here I am excited about my Kershaw Scallion blade and it's easy open flipper!
Of all the knives in my collection the Spyderco Sage 2 is still my favorite EDC. It's the perfect size for my needs, keeps a good edge, and is easy to deploy and close with one hand. The carbon fiber doesn't chew up a pocket as badly as G-10 does, and the wire pocket clip is discreet. I rarely carry anything else these days.
I have a few - Buck 309, Buck 305, Buck 505, Kershaw Cryo, Ganzo G7211, Sanrenmu 6011, and old pearl Imperial from the 1940s that I got from my father. I also have a Ganzo G7511 and a little Dacoria flipper coming from Fasttech.
I've got a CRKT M16-KZ10 with AutoLAWKS locking system (That's the red button at the top) I usually carry. It's small and unimposing enough that I don't feel like I'll get charged with carrying it clipped inside my front pocket. Flips open by finger in a flash:
A Smith & Wesson H.R.T. with magnesium handle that is my favorite folding knife to carry, flips open with a flick of the finger quicker than you'd know I had it out, with matching 16 " ASP should the need arise:
And for when times get hard an Italian made Extrema Ratio T2000M Tenebra with 11.81" blade of 58 HRC stainless N690 cobalt steel. It has a really nice feel to it: