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    I have several "Case" knives. Solid, good looking and functional. Good knife for the price. That said , my every day knives are Bucks. I will post up some pics. The first are some of my Case knives. They usually are not out of the box. Second are two I really like. The Wally Marshal was a gift and the Jeff Gordon was a dollar flea market find.(Third pic of some Jeff gordon fish baits. Bought for 3 dollars at a store closing. Just because, I know they not knives.) The fourth pic are my everyday Bucks. By the way, the cheapest Case shown was $69 and the cheapest buck was $24.


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    Get a Buck 110 or 112. American made, great steel. Look into slim model if you want it to be paper thin. I really like my 110 slim pro. Pro designation gets you the better steel, but bucks 420HC steel on regular models is really good as well.


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    I have a spyderco para 3. Pretty cool little knife.
    Made in the US too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Attachment 442775Attachment 442776. It has been clipped onto a pocket for around 6 years now
    Had that one too for a while , only a half blade now ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by grizwilson View Post
    I have carried a kershaw leek for over 20 years, after my neighbor got his jacket caught in the pto of his hay baler and was able to use one to cut himself free, pretty beat up, a few days in the hospital but still here. I always have the assisted opening knife on me, and has come in handy. Made in USA on the blade
    Kershaw Leek Knife Assisted Reverse Tanto BB - Blade HQ
    I have several different models of assisted opening Kershaw knives , first one about 15 years ago, love me a fast drop point one hander that holds an edge
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    I have several different models of assisted opening Kershaw knives , first one about 15 years ago, love me a fast drop point one hander that holds an edge
    Need to get me a Leek. I had one years ago as a kid but lost it. I have another Kershaw assisted opening blade that has been very good to me, carried for 5+ years but doesn’t hold an edge well enough for me to carry daily anymore. It did get me good at sharpening though lol. Been carrying A Buck 110 for a couple years now, but do miss the flickability of a nice assisted opening blade.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    Had that one too for a while , only a half blade now ...
    I have one or two around here with a 2 piece blade. Another one that the assist spring got sprung. I haven't found a knife to replace it. Ken Onion did one heck of a job when he designed it.
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    D,
    I’ve never seen a bone handled sodbuster. I have carried Case Sodbuster Jrs for the past 30 years and will till the die I go to the big pond in the sky. Good looking collection.
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    I have carried...and lost; a case 4 blade, a case coke bottle, and at least three case peanuts. I finally got a Benchmade mini griptillian with a pocket clip and have managed to keep it for the last ten years.

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