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Those are some cool knives.

Can't wait to be reunited with my knives.
Did "they" take them away from you?
In Storage :)

On Hand -

Victorinox Huntsman (Fieldmaster - EDC)

Victorinox Economy from late 80's

More Companion SS Heavy Duty

Opinel no.8 Stainless

Opinel N0.6 Carbon

3 cheap Chinese beater lock blade knives

Large liner lock - no name - sample sent to me. Nice knife
 

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Well these aren't recent, but they are EDC.

1. A Russian interpretation of the Fairbrain-Sykes.

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For those not familiar with this type of knife:


Needless to say, it's not for battoning wood.

2. Karambit.

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Also not for battoning wood.

3. Scalpel

Actually the most useful EDC blade. The blade is replaceable, of course.

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The safety cap is from a plastic Mountain Dew bottle shaped by a lighter. :rofl:

I have a bunch of folding knives but those are next to useless in a self-defense situation.
Who's the maker of the F-S dagger, and what steel is it made of? Thanks.
Joseph Rogers made and still makes the original. They do have a site you can buy from.
 

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HH does have some nice bargains. Also shipping to EU is reasonable considering some other UK companies (you'd think that they don't like shipping ex-UK) - though wish they'd have that upfront in the billing process (only get it right at the end of checkout).

Looks quite slick and not too aggressive looking as an EDC. Usually I carry a SAK - but looking for a solid single-bladed locking blade knife for a while.
 

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Q - do you know what steel they use? I'm yet to find a Portuguese made knife that doesn't hold a good edge.

Kind of suspect they use similar to Opinel or Mora. Though I'm quite sure the kitchen knife I have is either a cheap San Mai or even just a plated Carbon blade.

They're definitely the unsung hero's of the knife industry. The pocket knifes I'd rate on par with Opinel but cheaper. IVO / ICEL / Curel / SICO / MAM.. etc.
 
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