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 Post subject: EDC
PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 12:27 pm 
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So who on this forum carries an EDC?
And what is it?

Mine:



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 Post subject: Re: EDC
PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 7:56 am 
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Spyderco G2 Military-Spec Endura. Every day since the early 90's!

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 Post subject: Re: EDC
PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 8:01 am 
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Nice!

Although I am not a fan of serrated blades.

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I knew you'd say that. I've had all my Enduras for almost two decades... I have about 5, and the Spydy serrations always performed unlike any other serration I had ever used so I stuck with it back then. If I were to by new, it would be a ZDP189 Endura straight.



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 Post subject: Re: EDC
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Delica VG-10 orange and a Ambitious with blue scales.



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 Post subject: Re: EDC
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Opinel no. 8, carbon. Very easy sharpening, crazy edge, on the soft side, though.
I recently got a stainless no. 9 and found the Sandvik steel amazing. Easy sharpening, fine grain, great retention.


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 Post subject: Re: EDC
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Nice guys, what about some pics please.......

Thanx.

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Carbon Opinel no. 8

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Stainless Opinel no. 9 and carbon no. 8

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 Post subject: Re: EDC
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Kershaw Ken Onion Blur. I have another Blur that is half serrated that I have had for probably 10 years. I need to fix the chips on the tip...I like to use it as a screwdriver. Love the assisted opening and Kershaw's service is top notch. Bend a clip, give them a call and a new one is shipped out with screws in a few days. The other blade I have had lost about 1/4" of the tip, sent it back and they reground the blade to but a new tip on it, replaced the assisted opening spring, and installed a new clip for free. Only took about 3 weeks total turnaround too.


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