EDC XIII Which knife or knives are you carrying today?

Zeroedin

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Second hip replacement surgery. Should recover quicker than the one in March. The 940-1 always makes it better😁
Not the best pic, but the wifey did the best she could.



Hope you’re up and running in no time. You’ve inspired me. I go in for the first of two hip replacements in about 3 weeks. Lol, but I think I’m gonna let my surgeon use his own knife. I mean, dear lord….bringing your own knife to a hip replacement? That’s some serious, hardcore knife-nut stuff right there. Haha
 

woodysone

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Not sure I’ll ever find myself thinking “Thank god my knife scales have tritium inlays in them, otherwise…..I’d have been effin’ screwed!”

But who knows, right? Better to have and not need than need….

Anyway, it might be a bit “gimmicky” for a lot of folks, but so far I’m really happy with this one. Flips open with authority, fit and finish are respectable and it’s apparently made in the brand’s Detroit, MI facilities. For their first foray into knife making, I’d say they did pretty well with this little knife.

The one thing I’d like to see improved upon is the clip. It functions absolutely fine, I just think it could’ve been designed to compliment the knife’s angular, clean-line aesthetics a bit better.

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Just looked at the specs on this knife, looks like a great gentleman's carry. Those tritium inserts make it very unique.👍
 

woodysone

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Hope you’re up and running in no time. You’ve inspired me. I go in for the first of two hip replacements in about 3 weeks. Lol, but I think I’m gonna let my surgeon use his own knife. I mean, dear lord….bringing your own knife to a hip replacement? That’s some serious, hardcore knife-nut stuff right there. Haha
Truth.
 
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Carried my old faithful today. Pretty much the knife that inspired my knife nuttiness. Bought at a gun show around 2006, carried everyday for 10 years, lost and found it about five times, broke the tip off like a moron using it to pry something, (Kershaw fixed for free). My first assisted open knife and I loved it ( even though not crazy about them now) Had to retire it cause I’m too nostalgic and would hate to lose it for good.
 

TheFactor

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Sharp & Fiery

Leatherworks, Ti Anodizing, Mods - Canada
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Well, my last few weeks have been so so busy and it doesn’t look like it’s gonna slow down anytime soon. I need a week off. Haha.
I can’t complain, as having too much work is better than the alternative.

Decided to carry these tonight while watching some hockey. Trying to relax.

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Dcdavis

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What am I looking at here? I like it
Not sure I’ll ever find myself thinking “Thank god my knife scales have tritium inlays in them, otherwise…..I’d have been effin’ screwed!”

But who knows, right? Better to have and not need than need….

Anyway, it might be a bit “gimmicky” for a lot of folks, but so far I’m really happy with this one. Flips open with authority, fit and finish are respectable and it’s apparently made in the brand’s Detroit, MI facilities. For their first foray into knife making, I’d say they did pretty well with this little knife.

The one thing I’d like to see improved upon is the clip. It functions absolutely fine, I just think it could’ve been designed to compliment the knife’s angular, clean-line aesthetics a bit better.

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Always enjoy reading your posts


I can’t complain, as having too much work is better than the alternative
Very true words

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GB940Rookie

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Hope you’re up and running in no time. You’ve inspired me. I go in for the first of two hip replacements in about 3 weeks. Lol, but I think I’m gonna let my surgeon use his own knife. I mean, dear lord….bringing your own knife to a hip replacement? That’s some serious, hardcore knife-nut stuff right there. Haha
Thanks brother.
You’ll do fine. Being in the best physical shape you can be in is vitally important to a speedy recovery.
Good luck sir.👍🏻
 
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