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billca

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A benchmark and a Benchmade. ( :
Love the axis lock.
Yes, benchmade )-: The axis lock was the reason i went with the knife. Strength and It compensates for wear.
 
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A few of my locking folders. A Benchmade auto knife, Leatherman Wave, CRKT, Buck, and a mystery knife. The Benchmade and CRKT came from my step son. The Buck was a gift from a friend. The mystery knife was an unintentional gift, I found it under the seat of my truck, and no idea who left it there.

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Jon Li

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My first Leatherman ;
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Bushboy

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Everyone seems to have a leatherman.. such good tools.
Harvey, I’ll take that Buck hunter, and the Leatherman please, bin the rest. :)
 
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Everyone seems to have a leatherman.. such good tools.
Harvey, I’ll take that Buck hunter, and the Leatherman please, bin the rest. :)
The Benchmade and CRKT both hold a good edge. I’m not in love with the CRKT because the frame is only on one side, and there is a potential to be cut by the open edge. I’ve haven’t sharpen the Mystery knife so I don’t know how the edge holds up.
 
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The top knife says Murcott Germany. It originally said Associated Produce on the sides, but I broke off the tip and reground it to a point, then made new sides from Rosewood. All of this was done when I was 12 or 13. and I still haven't lost this knife.

Bottom knife is a Western. I found it sitting on a log at the end of a mountain bike trail in 1988. It holds a great edge and the long blade is one of my favorite sliver removing tools.

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Bushboy

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The top knife says Murcott Germany. It originally said Associated Produce on the sides, but I broke off the tip and reground it to a point, then made new sides from Rosewood. All of this was done when I was 12 or 13. and I still haven't lost this knife.

Bottom knife is a Western. I found it sitting on a log at the end of a mountain bike trail in 1988. It holds a great edge and the long blade is one of my favorite sliver removing tools.

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Nice Harvey. I’ve always wanted one of those long skinny folders.
Having it from 12 yrs of age, is a lot of extra points.
2 days ago I was rock fishing on a really low tide, and low and behold!
A knife! Just lying there under the water, no need to tell me twice, I waded in and retrieved it. A Berkley fishing folder, quite long too! Not in the same league as your find, but a welcome addition anyway. :)
I even used it to clean my one fish caught. :)
 

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