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    which type of knife do you love most?

    Dear all,
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    Welcome.
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    Well all is said and done, a nice slipjoint. Something like this:
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    For me it has to be the Endura, large blade, thick spine, slim profile, light weight, strong lockback, easy to open one handed, good ergos, pocket clip.
    Keep 'em sharpEndura4 (blk all edges, brwn, FG, SB, RG ZDP, blk tac, wave) Salt1 (blk, yllw PE H1)Tasman(yllw SE H1) Pacific salt(blk SE H1) Stretch(ZDP, SB) Delica4(blk CE, wave, SB) Drgfly2(yllw SE H1, org PE,SB PE) Pingo(blk) Cat G10(blk) Centofante3 Ldybg3(FG,SB,Hwk yllw H1, tan H1, blk) Manbug (blk SE, SB) Manix2(Ltw trans blue PE, G10 PE, Ltw dark blue frn) Para2(dig/satin, blk/satin) Military(Cru-Wear) Resilience, Tenacious(blk CE,grn PE), K04 Blk PE, K04 Blue SE, Byrd Robin2 G10

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    I love the Caly most of all. Slim, one-hand opening, mid-lock, deep carry clip, thumb ramp, skeletonized liners, adjustable pivot, ..... I can't think of a feature that I don't like.
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    One that looks as good as it cuts...













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    Welcome to the forum. Wow, that is a difficult question to answer. Do you mean Spyderco knives only, or any brand and type?

    Honestly, and this may shock some people, but if I could have only ONE SINGLE KNIFE from the SPYDERCO Line...it would be the Spyderco Caspian Salt with pointed tip.
    I mean, I like all kinds, Hawkbills, Enduras, Puma folders, fixed blade diving knives, etc, but I would have to say the design that leaps out at me the most, is the Caspian Salt.
    Here is an image of it: http://www.spyderco.com/catalog/details.php?product=288

    Unfortunately, it is currently discontinued.

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    The Karambit, of course. But a good, solid, straight spear point blade floats my boat pretty well too.
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    Which TYPE knife:

    Titanium framelock! of which:

    Sage 2
    Southard
    no not the Techno
    other brands
    Waiting for....Calypso Jr.,

    SCARAMOUCHE!

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    Thumbs up The One in My Pocket!

    Hi Folks!


    My most beloved blade? That would be the one in my pocket, of course!


    Right now, this little tank:




    Stay Sharp!

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    I would have top say The Native 4 SE. But i dont carry it cause i can't get it clean and loosened up.
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    Locking folders in the 2.5" to 4" blade range are generally my favorites.

    Specifically the Para 2 is my favorite knife I've ever owned so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LC Kid View Post
    Hi Folks!

    My most beloved blade? That would be the one in my pocket, of course!


    Right now, this

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    delica ffg,endura ffg,pm2 black/black,delica sb,caly3.5 g10,caly3 sb,S90V military

    Quote Originally Posted by JAfromMN
    My favorite Spyderco is the one that I used the most Today

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    I don't understand the question....



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    Something with negative angle like the Tuff/GB.
    M390 Para2, CTS-XHP Para2, CTS-204P Para2, Gayle Bradley, Techno, Bob T Slipit, M390 Mule, Southard, Southfork, Air, Tuff, ZDP Caly 3.5.

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    I have interest in several different types of knives:

    For EDC I like good quality folders in the 3.5-4" range, G10 or Micarta scales, good steel, keen point, plain edge, tip-down pocket clip, thumb studs or thumb hole. Lock type should be liner lock, frame lock, axis lock, BBL or compression lock. Some of my favorites are Paramilitary 2, Manix 2, Manix 2 XL, Military.

    I collected custom hunting knives for a long time and I still find a lot of them interesting.

    I've gotten interested in looking at handmade bowies although I don't think I'll every be buying many of them.

    I have some interest in looking at "tactical" knives although I don't know that I need one or really know how to evaluate them.

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    short answer...the one that I will use

    a "user" for me must be:

    a. relatively thin behind the edge and pointy.
    b. light enough to carry that I hardly realize it's there, with a small footprint.
    c. reliable lock (midlock or liner is best IMHO)
    d. easily serviceable stainless steel (I'm a low-maintenance type guy)

    that's why I carry: for small folder = Manbug, med. duty = Caly Jr. & Chapparal, large carry = Caly 3.5, or Millie
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
    One that looks as good as it cuts...













    Those are nice Paul....you have good taste in knives....AND revolvers !
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    My favourite knife is the the chaparral series. Extremely high f&f with a thin blade and small compact package. pack a lot of cutting power for a relatively small knife
    Phil Wilson Smoke Creek s110v, SouthFork, Gayle Bradley, Chaparral 1, Chaparral 2, Native 5, Para2, Para1 SE, Caly 3, Dragonfly 2, Dragonfly 2, Delica 4, Ladybug 3


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    A high-quality carbon steel machete with a canvas micarta handle that has been hand sharpened with a nice convex grind - Mmmmmmmmmmm....

    TedP

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