Jeff Johnson wrote:
And not a weapon, but a very handy belt tool -- my Leatherman Wave:
SwordRapier wrote:I am a bit partial to my cold steel 6-inch master tanto. Hey I am a big fat man I can conceal carry quite a bit. The Kershaw Military boot knife is also nice. I would love to own an Cold Steel Tai Pan To tell the truth I am better trained with a knives and swords than with a gun. Like my handle didnâ€™t give that away.
For general-purpose cutting I have a verity of smaller knives to fit that bill. Which one I carry depends on my mood and more likely what I can find.
I think that before I get flooded with messages stating that I shouldn't carry a knife to a gunfight I don't. I have an xd or a .327 that I carry as well. Of course some people could argue at less than ten feet (the distance most fights start) a knife in the hands of someone who know how to use it is just as dangerous if not more so as a gun. I am just saying don't discount the knife just because it is not a gun. Men have been fighting with edged weapons long before firearms.
divegeek wrote:Here's my stuff. I don't like carrying a lot so I try to minimize it.
- XD9SC, either on my belt or in my Smart Carry holster
- Cellphone, with '9' configured to speed dial 911 (back left pocket)
- 1/2 ounce pepper spray (front left pocket, with my car keys)
- Boker switchblade knife w/3.75" blade (front right pocket)
- Wallet (back right pocket)
Sometimes I carry a Gerber multi-tool on my belt rather than the knife in my pocket. That's only when I expect to need it. The knife is for cutting stuff, but could be a weapon in a pinch. I like the switchblade because I can open it one-handed. It looks like this:
veyec wrote:DG, I almost bought that exact same knife a while back. How do you like it? Does it hold its edge well?
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