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Andre De Villiers Pathfinder, Marfione Anax and a Chinese Copy of the ANAX...Marfione Sigil and a Chinese Copy of the Sigil. You might ask why the real and why the copy? When I know I'm using them, I use the copy to cut boxes, bags, etc. I don't feel bad about owning the copies as I also one the real thing. I love the ANAX though.....my favorite. 

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Wilson Combat/Chris Reeve large Starbenza or a XM-24

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I picked up a current model Buck 110 like new for $20. It has to be the best $20 I have spent on a knife in my life. image_zpsmiijvxte.jpeg

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You got to love the Buck 110.  I got one in 73 before I shipped out.  It road on my belt for years.  Still got it.  One good knife. 

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3 hours ago, mav said:

Wilson Combat/Chris Reeve large Starbenza or a XM-24

When those get dull use my sharpening services, you would be amazed what I can do to the Hinderer and the Chris Reeve 

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I've found the Spyderco Delica with a serrated blade has been the most useful everyday knife I've ever owned. Thin and heavy enough to be flipped open in a second, that is in my pocket everyday. Being a serrated blade, for $75 you can send it back for a new blade, I've done this once and bought a spare since. 

https://www.spyderco.com/catalog/details.php?product=210

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for the last 10-15 yrs its been mostly a Spyderco of some type.I carried a Native for about 6 yrs.For a short time I tried a couple ZTs,the 350 and 550 but just never liked them enough to convert.The last year it's been a Paramilitary 2 with a black blade.

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I have never been a knife guy; I have always been the guy bringing the gun. But now that I am old I find a need to have something to open all the packaging they use now.

I have some nice knives and recently got some low cost auto knives, but I don’t carry them; too big or too heavy. I do carry a Gerber Mini Paraframe with me all the time. $10 most anywhere, super sharp and well made. Heck of a deal.

http://www.gerbergear.com/Activity/Everyday/Knives/Paraframe-Mini-Knife_22-48485

Paraframe-Mini-Stainless-Fine-Edge_fullj

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46 minutes ago, DaveTN said:

I have never been a knife guy; I have always been the guy bringing the gun. But now that I am old I find a need to have something to open all the packaging they use now.

I have some nice knives and recently got some low cost auto knives, but I don’t carry them; too big or too heavy. I do carry a Gerber Mini Paraframe with me all the time. $10 most anywhere, super sharp and well made. Heck of a deal.

http://www.gerbergear.com/Activity/Everyday/Knives/Paraframe-Mini-Knife_22-48485

Paraframe-Mini-Stainless-Fine-Edge_fullj

I used to carry one of these. Got mine at WalMart.  Eventually the blade became very loose and a couple of the screws holding the halves of the frame together disappeared, I did work construction at the time and may have been hard on it, so that may have contributed to it.

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