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  • I have CRKT CEO. Fits nicely next to my pen in my suit jacket. At $40, it won't break my heart if it is taken away by TSA, etc versus my other more expensive knives.

    https://www.bladehq.com/item--CRKT-C...ack-GRN--92432

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    • nice! reminds me of the Boker kwaiken.

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      • I dont feel the need to carry pocket knife in my pants, i dont feel comfortable.

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        • Until recently, I've never carried a knife. I've always been turned off by the ultra-tactical or over-engineered multi-tool aesthetic of most knives. After listening to a podcast recently with the co-founder of The James Brand, I decided to give one of theirs a go. After carrying it for a few weeks, I'm really enjoying my new Ellis. From a design standpoint, it hits the mark as minimalist EDC-style tool -- something I appreciate. I've also found it incredibly handy so far, although I wish I had more occasion to use the bottle-opener tool.

          https://thejamesbrand.com/stories/the-ellis

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          • I used to carry a Benchmade, but a few years back I thought I'd find something less tactical looking for office. I settled on a smaller Spyderco Chaparral in titanium.

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            • No never. I don't find any reason to carry it.

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              • I carry a Benchmade Griptillian. They make a good knife. With that said, they made some anti-2A decisions recently, Id buy other US made knives that support sportsmen or at least keep their nose out of politics.

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                • Kershaw Leek: legal in MD. The blade is less than 3". It's slim, feels solid, great clip and blade deploys quickly.

                  https://www.amazon.com/Kershaw-Foldi.../dp/B083XRN8N9

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                  • Originally posted by castle View Post
                    Until recently, I've never carried a knife. I've always been turned off by the ultra-tactical or over-engineered multi-tool aesthetic of most knives. After listening to a podcast recently with the co-founder of The James Brand, I decided to give one of theirs a go. After carrying it for a few weeks, I'm really enjoying my new Ellis. From a design standpoint, it hits the mark as minimalist EDC-style tool -- something I appreciate. I've also found it incredibly handy so far, although I wish I had more occasion to use the bottle-opener tool.

                    https://thejamesbrand.com/stories/the-ellis
                    I handled one of the other models in a store last summer. neat little knife.

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                    • Originally posted by Perseus View Post
                      I used to carry a Benchmade, but a few years back I thought I'd find something less tactical looking for office. I settled on a smaller Spyderco Chaparral in titanium.

                      those are a good size. neat handle pattern. I personally dislike lockbacks but they are strong and very poplar so obviously this is just a me thing.

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                      • Originally posted by hsudds View Post
                        Kershaw Leek: legal in MD. The blade is less than 3". It's slim, feels solid, great clip and blade deploys quickly.

                        https://www.amazon.com/Kershaw-Foldi.../dp/B083XRN8N9
                        I keep a leek in my car bag. nice little knife.

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                        • Originally posted by lazypanda View Post
                          No never. I don't find any reason to carry it.

                          it isnt for everyone. Not everyone leads a lifestyle that lends to the knife being useful. I dont know if it was this thread or another but one guy said he is never more than a few steps away from a pair of scissors. I can say htat I actively try to stay more than a few steps away from scissors if I can lol.


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                          • Originally posted by idvsego View Post


                            it isnt for everyone. Not everyone leads a lifestyle that lends to the knife being useful. I dont know if it was this thread or another but one guy said he is never more than a few steps away from a pair of scissors. I can say htat I actively try to stay more than a few steps away from scissors if I can lol.
                            Whenever I have a pair of scissors in my hand, I always seem to running...


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