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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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A 1970 Penny my boy found in 1973 on the ground. He was 3 at the time so when I told him that penny is good luck cause it's the year you were born he gave it to me and I carry it every day since.

Not sure if it's been done before.   What is your '24/7 every time I'm wearing clothes' edc pocket knife?   I've beecarryingng this Benchmade 556 Mini Griptilian every single day f

Mine is an old 3 blade Boker Tree Brand that belonged to my grandfather. its been used and abused and has been worked down to where one of the blades will stick you if you are not careful when it

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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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