Knives

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Re: Knives

Postby Lev » Sun Mar 06, 2011 6:07 pm

What I carrried on a little feild trip today.


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Left to right,
Benchmade 755MPR - Titanium framelock,G10 scales and M390 steel blade. Its a little bruiser that really fills your hand
ESEE Izula - Needs no Introduction Im guessing.
SRM GA763 - Nice little $10 Chinese folder with G10 scales, axis lock and a neat bottle opener function when closed (sounds familiar!)

I only usually carry a small fixed blade (Izula or H.E.S.T) and one folder of some description. It wasnt until I was several miles into my hike I realised I had the SRM in my back pocket (Its very light).

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Re: Knives

Postby Omega » Mon Jun 02, 2014 9:52 pm

If anyone of you lives in the UK, would you break my Busse knife for me, please? I like it, but it is so unpractical for travelling that I only use it at home to chop wood for BBQ. A hatchet would do much better job and for less money.
Legality is the key issue while travelling. That's why I take SAK for travels. Maybe I will add Opinel too because it is so good for carving and cooking, other things are too rare while travelling.
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Re: Knives

Postby Hitoru » Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:21 am

Lev wrote:What I carrried on a little feild trip today.

High adventure indeed.
Are you out of your teens yet ?

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