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    I got my Boy Scout knife new from my dad back in the 70's. When I get back home I will post a pic of it.
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    Thanks ttd. LOVE those older knives.

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    I don't have a picture right now but I usually carry a Gerber razor blade thingie, u can switch out the razor blades when they get dull. It's super thin too. Sometimes I carry an assisted open straight razor
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    How about some pics you guys, kinda like eye candy.

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    I think some of you are catching the jest of this thread. I like seeing what people carry everyday for like work and everyday use. I have collected knives for over 30 years and sure, I could carry a Benchmark, Spyderco or a fancy Case etc, but I don't. I collect those. I carry mainly Kershaw's because of price and quality, but I like seeing Buck's, Boker, Schrader's etc. Show em if you got em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mukwah View Post
    When and if I do get [a William Henry] I doubt I'll be carrying it much, just to expensive!
    Life's too short not to carry a nice knife, mukwah. And you can't take it with you. So you might as well carry the best knife you own.

    If you decide to go shopping for a high-end folder, don't forget the Chris Reeve Sebenza. I've got a couple of those as well and their reputation is well-deserved. If you don't want to spend as much as a Chris Reeve or a William Henry costs, my choice for the best bang-for-the-buck Titanium folder on Planet Earth is the Spyderco Sage 2:

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    The Sage 2 will give you 90% of the quality of a Sebenza for less than half the cost. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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    Sabenza's are fine knives, I own two, and several Spyde's. Can't take em with me but I can play with them now and then leave them for my grandson's enjoyment.

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    Ah, so I'm preaching to the choir when I talk to you about Sebenza's, eh? Well then you know a fine knife when you see one. The only folders I own that are better than the Sebenzas and the William Henrys are customs . . . and they're not THAT much better.
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