Pocket knives, multitools and other non-fixed blade knives you carry

Wave Man

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As I am not buying anymore folders for a little while I thought I would post a pic of my EDC rotation as it stands now.
All are flippers, M390/CPM 20-cv/CTS 204-P, has jimping on the flipper tab and a lanyard.

 

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As I am not buying anymore folders for a little while I thought I would post a pic of my EDC rotation as it stands now.
All are flippers, M390/CPM 20-cv/CTS 204-P, has jimping on the flipper tab and a lanyard.
I bet that collection has already increased :_lol:
 

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One for every day of the week is excessive !
One for every day of the month is crazy !

... and envy inducing. :_risata:
 

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That's nice set of folders. I heard there was a blade show at Ipswich recently . Now that could get easily boost the collection .
 

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That's nice set of folders. I heard there was a blade show at Ipswich recently . Now that could get easily boost the collection .
was a good show, I bought a WE Bishop and my son got his first folder a Civivi Statera.

As far as the missus, I am very lucky as she is very forgiving of my knife obsesion.
 

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got these two in for review, not mine as I will be sending them back (though I have to say I am really liking the Maxace, so much so I will probably end up buy it:devilish:)

Maxace Corvus II (ti/M390 flipper) [bottom] and TuyaKnife Hive (ti/cf M390 flipper)



Preliminary impressions on both are very good/excellent and if this is the sort of quality being produced by Chinese knife companies (for the price, both are sub $300) many companies are going to have to pick up their game to compete.
 

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I've been carrying this Cudeman 325m on the belt when heading bush for awhile now . I reprofiled the blade and it keeps a decent edge with just a touch up on the steel needed now and again . the micarta handle is very comfortable and a pleasure to use. It performs all the usual stuff well ( Food prep , tent pegs ,etc ) . I find I'm leaving the fixed blades at home more and just carrying a folder with a folding saw . So I would say the Cudeman is my primary knife with my SAK hunter and folding saw in the pack . The genuine Cudeman pouch I bought with rides a bit high on the belt , so I have been using an older leather pouch which is perfect until I reposition the belt loop the Cudeman . The knife was bought from the Knife shop in Brisbane .
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You have an amazing memory and familiarity with your knives.
Thanks mate. I do like to play with and use them a lot, though I will admit I baby many of them and don't use them as often as I should. The thing is many of them are now discontinued or were limited runs so impossible to replace and hence I tend to not want to scuff up their finishes.
 

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Thanks mate. I do like to play with and use them a lot, though I will admit I baby many of them and don't use them as often as I should. The thing is many of them are now discontinued or were limited runs so impossible to replace and hence I tend to not want to scuff up their finishes.
I did notice the luxury they live in :LOL:. Mine all share a drawer; a small drawer. You've inspired me though; I'll find something to line the bottom with. Do we get to see your fixed blade collection too :). I know how much time these things take and appreciate your efforts.
 

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I did notice the luxury they live in :LOL:. Mine all share a drawer; a small drawer. You've inspired me though; I'll find something to line the bottom with. Do we get to see your fixed blade collection too :). I know how much time these things take and appreciate your efforts.
fixed blades is another thing, I have a lot of 'em, over 50 and getting them all on vid would be an effort. I am not saying I won't just that it may be a while off. I am new to this whole video thing.

Nick is a champ, and I hadn't seen that vid mate, thank you.

Concerning the box, it is great but I am a little disappointed I can't get another (as I can't seem to locate the bloke that built it again) I do need at least another two of them though...LoL
 

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WE Drakon, my second WE integral, this knife is stunning, the intricate dragon scale milling is flawless and I am blown away by this little knife. I'll take better pics tomorrow

 
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