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What's your at work knife and your occupation?

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by res1cue, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. TheDandyLion


    Mar 27, 2013
    Well as a local "handyman" I get to play with all my toys
    On the street I carry a Spyderco Endura 4 for general utility
    An Opinel No. 9 for my food prep knife
    I carry and ESEE 3 when I'm on the property, or doing any heavy duty work
    When I'm doing property maintenance I carry an Ontario 18" Mil. Machete and a Polski ax
    In the truck I keep a Fiskars brush hook, an Estwing full sized ax and a Cold Steel Special Forces Shovel (the combo is great for clearing out road obstructions)
    I also keep a Mini-Recon 1 tanto in my jacket for a back up

    You could say I get to play with some knives :p
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2015
  2. grownstar


    Apr 24, 2013
    Ooooh Lordy!
  3. drrickso


    Nov 5, 2014
    sorry- I couldn't resist... usually I'm better than that. not always, obviously- but usually.
  4. PaulWall


    Jan 15, 2009
    Rail road conductor. I carry whatever I feel like on a given day, mostly benchmades or spydercos. I also carry a skeletool cx clipped to my lfp or a charge tti on my belt as well. I have a leatherman raptor attached to the outside of my pack, more because I like it than anything else, and if i ever did need it it would be worth its weight in gold.
  5. I.N.F.K


    Jul 7, 2012
  6. cpurcell


    May 9, 2012
    I'm a computer sysadmin and I use my Opinel #8, blackjack 155 necker, and my Case orange peel bone medium congress at work normally. Some days I take my BK14 or Izula II as well, just cause I can.
  7. BenHarris


    Apr 30, 2014
    You got to love that Orange Peel Congress!
  8. blades&wrenches

    blades&wrenches Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 11, 2014
    I'm an automotive technician and usually carry a Delica ZDP-189 at work.
    Last edited: Feb 11, 2018
  9. coores14


    Jan 15, 2015
    I run the Offshore Island department for our county Mosquito control. I'm on a boat most days and hiking through mangrove swamps, as well as keeping all of the boats serviced and maintained.

    My work carry is always a Gerber Suspension multitool on the belt and an ESEE Zancudo in the pocket.


  10. Suomalainen


    Jan 17, 2015
    Taxi driver and usually carry Izula in my left jacket pocket and i keep the zipper in my jacket pocket almost fully open to quickly access the knife (seatbelt or aggressive customer). At week im at school so the Izula is in my rfp because it concealed.
  11. dkblade


    Nov 7, 2014
    Managing Partner of a residential BBQ grill cleaning and repair service. We also sell BBQ grills, parts and outdoor kitchens. Most of my knife use is opening and cutting down boxes and for now I EDC my black Paramilitary 2. I'm saving up for a large Sebenza 21 with insingo blade, which will undoubtedly replace my PM2 as my EDC knife. I did EDC my spyderco delica before I got my PM2, but I recently gave it away to a friend who is moving to Hollywood soon to pursue his acting career. Figured he could use some kinda protection in that hell hole :p
  12. CutterMcGee


    Sep 21, 2014
    Paper Towel Quality Control supervisor for Sparkle.

    Smith & Wesson extreme post tactical tanto

    They call me the 2 ply ninja.
  13. Colorodo

    Colorodo Gold Member Gold Member

    May 23, 2014
    Rural Carrier and I carry a ZT0350.
  14. Forgedfixedblade


    Jul 10, 2014
    I'm the manager at an HVAC supply and always have a three inch folder in my left front pocket, Rat 2, Coast or Colt Micarta and I also EDC one of about 15 or so fixed blades on my right side, shirt tail out so a little less inconspicuous.;)
  15. steppinthefunk


    Jan 3, 2015
    Senior Graphics Designer for the states largest Architectural firm.
    What I carry:
    Modded Kershaw Cryo
    Buck 830 Marksman

    What's at my desk:
    Opinel No.8
    Gerber Multitool
  16. Lottapp


    Jan 18, 2015
    I am an HVAC technician. I use a Klein 4 blade. Every technician should have one. I stuck it in 480 once so now it's a 3 1/2 blade.
  17. PAknife


    Jan 1, 2015
    Armed escorts for jeweler's and usually a spyderco police G-10, recently a benchmade 860 bedlham along with a few others I rotate in and out
  18. Dantone05


    Dec 31, 2014
    Plumber here.
    Always a Mora Companion and a Sak Cadet.
    Then a rotation of various folders to accompany the mora and Sak.
  19. Choadlez


    Jan 23, 2015
    And I'm usually carrying a spyderco tasman salt with that h1 steel while at work because the high vis yellow handle makes it easier to see when I set it down, the blade and hardware will not rust so I don't worry getting my knife wet and the blade shape is great for cutting hoses and cables [​IMG]
  20. Kamoe


    Sep 30, 2012
    I'm an overnight Flow Team Member at my local Target, I get to use my knives since most of my work involves opening and breaking down boxes. Typically Target disallows using knives for work, but I kind of continued using my knives until they gave up telling me that I couldn't, so they ended up telling me as long as I'm careful with them, which I am, I haven't cut myself at work since I started working there for 2 years. I basically told them that in using tools that I'm most comfortable with, I reduce the risk of personal injury.

    Since I work in the general public, I tend to use smaller, less threatening blades in my daily work. The Kershaw Leek and Skyline, CRKT Ripple, and Benchmade Mini Grip (blue handle, so it looks pretty) are typically what I carry for EDC use, while I do carry my ZT 0560 in one of my lower cargo pockets, since I do walk to work at night, and back in the daytime, you never know what you might need a full sized folding knife for in the 45 minutes it takes to walk one direction. I'll also carry new acquisitions to work, to break in my new toys and show off, I do work with a few knife enthusiasts as well.

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