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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    I canít help stropping it more though
    As long as you are talking about the knife we all good.
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    Pic closed.

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    Depending on the mood on the day, any of the following:

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    DLT Parcel day! Yay!
    Ordered a Benchmade Bugout for me and I bought a Spyderco Delica 4 for a mate as a gift.
    Iíve always been a Spyderco guy but I wanted to try Benchmade. I struggled with their designs. Nothing really appealed to me for shape. The Griptillian was nice but too big for what I wanted as an EDC. The Bugout I think is about the nicest shape I saw so I ordered one.
    S30V steel. FRN handles with no liners.
    Itís very light and very sharp out the box. AXIS locking system. All up a tidy little (mid size really) knife. Letís see if I canít lose this one.

    The Delica would have to be my favourite as an EDC. Light. Sharp. Well priced (⅔ the price of the Bugout) and in a decent VG-10 steel.

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    +1 on the delica 4....

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    I don't carry a knife everyday but if I'm out walking after bunnies or the like I take this
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    inkosi, carried every day.

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    Get an ADV with a roller clip - problem solved

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    Regards
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    I like it to hold tight

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    I like it to hold tight
    It does hold tight, it just helps overcome the ripped jeans syndrome.
    There are a few different makers using this type of clip now.
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    Necker
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    Got this at Christmas along with a Lansky system .
    Kershaw Dividend , just a beater and carried every day. very light and thin with good pocket clip.
    Growing to like the blade shape , good slicer and great to iki salmon and trout. Assisted flipper.
    Shit steel though with 420HC, seems to hold ok edge but soft. Tip is fine and I can see it bending at some point. Easy to sharpen.
    A good everyday hack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    inkosi, carried every day.
    Chris Reeves. So overrated
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    Ive bought me this. The only other pocket knife I have is a Mercator.

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    Spyderco Centofante 3

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    If you move in custom knife industry circles and/or attend knife shows you will have heard of Frank Centofante. In addition to being a celebrated and longtime custom knifemaker Frank is a past President of the Knifemaker's Guild, a strong voice in the cutlery world and a revered and respected craftsman. Collaborating on knife designs with him is something Spyderco has been fortunate enough to do several times. Our latest offering is the Centofante 3 gentleman's folder.
    The Centofante 3 has a thin-profiled, lightweight FRN handle. Two channels are furrowed out of the handle for better grip and a Palladium silver Spyderco bug is inlayed into its surface. For added security and convenience the back-lock is positioned midway on the spine and David Boye Dent is cut from the locking lever. The VG-10 blade has both a hollow-grind and swedge-grind with non-sharpened spine serrations (jimping) to hold the thumb steady when cutting. A black steel pocket clip positions for tip-up/down, right-hand carry.


    SPECS:
    Overall Length: 7.64" (194mm)
    Closed Length: 4.5" (114mm)
    Blade Length: 3.14" (80mm)
    Blade Thickness: .079" (2mm)
    Blade Steel: VG-10
    Edge Style: Plain
    Handle Material: FRN
    Pocket Clip: Yes, right hand only, tip up/tip down
    Lock Type: Lockback
    Weight: 2.5oz
    Country of Origin: Japan
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    I cant get my phone to take a pic of itself to post here...
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