Blade Picture Thread - Carry and Non-Carry

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Re: Carry Blade Picture Thread

Post by ger42 » Wed Mar 24, 2010 7:59 pm

I carry it to cut pepperoni, cheese and in case I need to cut my seatbelt
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Post by BoerBoelGuy » Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:35 pm

IDPAMASTER wrote:I like that first one. That would be a nice all around camp knife,and right at home in the kitchen too.

What is the blade length,blade thickness etc.?



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Post by BoerBoelGuy » Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:37 pm

ger42 wrote:I carry it to cut pepperoni, cheese and in case I need to cut my seatbelt
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and little cuts a belt (or ANYTHING fiberous for that matter) like those spydie serrations :ber Fine choice
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Post by BMW GUY » Wed Mar 24, 2010 9:57 pm

I have on of these, I love that knife.

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Post by IDPAMASTER » Thu Mar 25, 2010 3:32 pm

My newest aquisitions today. Not so much for EDC,but carry is a broad term.
I got good deals on both of these: Scrap Yard Dumster Mutt Double Cut with factory sheath and a custom made Rainwalker kydex.
I also picked up a BUSSE Nuclear Meltdown SF Natural Outlaw (Top)

Images from where I bought them,I will get better photos when they arrive.

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Post by BMW GUY » Thu Mar 25, 2010 5:37 pm

The knife on the bottom looks like a nice steak knife, excuse my ignorance what's so special about it ?

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Post by IDPAMASTER » Thu Mar 25, 2010 6:17 pm

BMW GUY wrote:The knife on the bottom looks like a nice steak knife, excuse my ignorance what's so special about it ?
Nothing really special,being a knife it is a tool like any other.Only these tools carry the BUSSE name,which make them IMO to be one of the best made knives in the business.Their warranty is for the life of the knife also,not just the original owner. I am a huge fan of BUSSE knives,and have a couple. The fact that it is out of production now is another reason I wanted it. Now the Dumster Mutt will be carried,and will replace my RC-3 for everyday chores.
Well then get your s';t together.
Get it all together. And put it in a backpack. All your s';t. So it’s together. And if you gotta take it somewhere, take it somewhere, you know, take it to the s';t store and sell it, or put it in a s';t museum, I don’t care what you do, you just gotta get it together.
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Post by frennyscott » Tue May 11, 2010 10:05 pm

I liked Jagman's carry blade pictures.This would be used in kitchen as well as in traveling. But how many centimeters these two blade are long?And another are these folded or not? If they are then no problem to carry them in traveling but not then they would be only used in kitchen as a knife.
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Post by IDPAMASTER » Tue May 11, 2010 11:48 pm

^^^ :-k ^^^
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Post by mjmensale » Wed May 12, 2010 6:48 am

frennyscott wrote:I liked Jagman's carry blade pictures.This would be used in kitchen as well as in traveling. But how many centimeters these two blade are long?And another are these folded or not? If they are then no problem to carry them in traveling but not then they would be only used in kitchen as a knife.
Kitchen knife? I don't think so! I have the same ProTech Godfather as Jagman (different model - see the very first post) and these are not knives to cut your veggies with! The larger version has a 4" blade and is nearly 10" opened. These are auto folders and fit quite nicely in your pocket.

BTW, open carrying of a fixed blade knife is technically legal in Florida.
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Post by Jagman » Wed May 12, 2010 5:52 pm

Camp knife?


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Post by Thr35h0ld » Wed May 19, 2010 8:43 am

It's a gunblade!

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Post by Cracker » Wed May 19, 2010 2:37 pm

I carry a Kershaw Rainbow Leek most of the time. Here's a picture.
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When I actually plan on using my knife for something, I carry a plain Kershaw Leek with a serrated blade.
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I carry a very similar, but smaller Chive as a money clip. Here's a picture of it too.
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Post by BoerBoelGuy » Fri May 21, 2010 3:51 pm

Here is a Jerry VanCook influenced SandBar Bowie, from Newt Livesay, #22 of 27. Rides on the belt during extended Puppy Walks out here in meadowWood Farms...

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Post by BoerBoelGuy » Fri May 21, 2010 3:55 pm

Here is One Kermie Ernie handground for I, can anyone tell what makes her sooo special [smilie=021.gif] [smilie=pdt_xtremez_23.gif]


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Post by BoerBoelGuy » Fri May 21, 2010 4:00 pm

Here is one i had James P. of BladeRigger work up in the late 90's when he was still taking orders. Only 3 Poison Tree Frogs in exsistence, this one based on his Defcon 5 platform. NO sadly it dosen't see much carry time, BUT thought still worth the visual, enjoy.....Hair splitting razor sharp grind, literally. I do EDC a full house Defcon 4 of a similar nature but sadly no pics, heck missing most of the rigger grip at this point anyhow :ham'r

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Post by BoerBoelGuy » Fri May 21, 2010 4:02 pm

AND Jag....I still KICK myself for never pulling the trigger on that one a few yrs back with you :ham'r [smilie=012.gif] [smilie=033.gif] (NO punn intended :-) AWESOME sir...... /:f
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Post by g8rforester » Sat May 22, 2010 1:10 pm

Top to bottom:

Emerson CQC-7B Wave, my first "good" knife. It is a heck of a knife, even though I rarely carry it anymore. I just can't bring myself to sell it.

Benchmade 913 Nitrous Stryker, this is my work EDC knife. It's an assisted opening knife, and I really like it. Fairly light, and once the assist takes over, it fires with authority.

Benchmade 480 Shoki, this is my casual EDC knife. I wanted something a bit more "gentlemanly" for the weekends.
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Post by confedneck » Sun Jun 06, 2010 12:06 pm

I used to EDC a kershaw 1620 in blue
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but i broke the blade and have been too lazy to send it in for warranty

right now i EDC a CRKT edgie
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only in black, great for cutting cardboard

casual carry i use this
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Post by griffinshot06 » Tue Jul 27, 2010 5:13 am

My newest blade. Lost my last one with black handle and stainless blade [smilie=012.gif], but I like this one more [smilie=011.gif]

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