EDC III Which knife or knives are you carrying today?

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Congrats, brother! High school? College?

For real??? I'm just going in for Mechanical Engineering this Summer. Should take me 4 years! I hope. My math is so bad.

And catching the light in a mirror polished edge,

 
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Hello!

Ben Tendick North West Special today again:

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Love this little knife!

Regards,
Alex
 
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College, took me five years but I finally have my degree in Mechanical Engineering!!!

Congratulations! My brother is a structural engineer, so through him I have some idea of the difficulty involved in obtaining that goal.

I wish you much success in your career!
 

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Just got it yesterday. Absolutely beautiful... and kicks like a mule.











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At present, my EDC is either the Cold Steel Tuff-Lite, or the KA-BAR Dozier-Hunter. One of these days I plan to obtain a SPYDERCO Delica 4 or a Centafonte 3 (or both!.. LOL... that's what I call greed... LOL!).
 

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Edit: posted too soon! Carrying my small Insingo and this guy today...

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Queen Cutlery Co. #47 Humpback Whittler

-Brett
 
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Nice job! No worries, man. I'm on the 8 year plan myself haha. Took a break, took my band on tour a few times, ended up getting married and having an awesome kid. One day I'll go back.

Anyways, I wish you the best! Party hard tonight haha.

Thanks brother, it's been quite a ride!

For real??? I'm just going in for Mechanical Engineering this Summer. Should take me 4 years! I hope. My math is so bad.

Good luck, it's a lot of work but definitely worth it in the end.

Congratulations! My brother is a structural engineer, so through him I have some idea of the difficulty involved in obtaining that goal.

I wish you much success in your career!

Thanks Daddyo!

To get back on topic, today I'm carrying my Mini Matrix

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