What SOG are you carrying/using today?

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Mini magnadot. Great little EDC. Gets wicked sharp and is easy to touch up.

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Had to go into Jersey today. That means no gun. Took my largest folder just in case.

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Some people knock em but mine has been great and fit and finish is as good as any other makers I've owned.

I've been interested in a lot of Autos, some SOGs especially. Would do me no good through because I can't carry them here. Our knife and gun laws are pretty good here in Pa. Just no autos. I can walk down the street with an assault rifle and a machete though!
 

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I've been interested in a lot of Autos, some SOGs especially. Would do me no good through because I can't carry them here. Our knife and gun laws are pretty good here in Pa. Just no autos. I can walk down the street with an assault rifle and a machete though!
:eek: some lawmakers!
 

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I finally grabbed a Flash 2 tanto. You can't beat it:$40. It's the perfect weight for light shorts.
 
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I'm a Buck guy through and through, hence my handle. However for the last couple of weeks I've been testing out a Sog Instinct. I just tonight realized it was made in China, which I'm not too crazy about but I've been looking for a small fixed blade that I can wear on a cord in my pocket to get at quickly one handed. Once I sharpened it a bit, it has been just what I have been looking for. Pretty happy for my first Sog.
 
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I'm a Buck guy through and through, hence my handle. However for the last couple of weeks I've been testing out a Sog Instinct. I just tonight realized it was made in China, which I'm not too crazy about but I've been looking for a small fixed blade that I can wear on a cord in my pocket to get at quickly one handed. Once I sharpened it a bit, it has been just what I have been looking for. Pretty happy for my first Sog.

Post up some pics! Not a bad looking small fixed blade. Isn't really my cup of tea but we love pics.
 
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Goodness..... I haven't carried a SOG on my person in a good while. I keep a Mini-Vulcan in my field bag for hard use if I need it. Carry the plain edge Seal Pup Elite every now and then in the woods. I think it is a fine knife if you don't mind the plastic handle.

I almost have the urge to pick up a wood scaled Twitch II. I always liked that little knife. Gave mine to my niece for "college carry" and to "fight off all the men" in a last ditch effort. ;)
 
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Post up some pics! Not a bad looking small fixed blade. Isn't really my cup of tea but we love pics.

As I noted, it's been pretty much exactly what I wanted, a fixed blade I can get out with one hand and deal with whatever is at hand. Of course I still carry my Buck Vantage, a Buck Gent, a Bucktool and a SAK, just in case.
Here you go:

As it sits in my pocket



After I've rapidly deployed it with one hand and tackled whatever survival task is at hand, like cutting a cardboard box open lol.



Fused paracord:


The SOG Instinct Mini:
 
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As I noted, it's been pretty much exactly what I wanted, a fixed blade I can get out with one hand and deal with whatever is at hand. Of course I still carry my Buck Vantage, a Buck Gent, a Bucktool and a SAK, just in case.
Here you go:

As it sits in my pocket



After I've rapidly deployed it with one hand and tackled whatever survival task is at hand, like cutting a cardboard box open lol.



Fused paracord:


The SOG Instinct Mini:

Thanks! Always good to see someones system.
 
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