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Guess mine would be my trusty Old Timer. Not the best knife in the world, but I have had one and carried it daily for the last 20 years.
 

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One, you can't be serious. That's my worst nightmare, to only have one knife for the rest of my life. Say pick 3 and we can talk.

If I had to pick one, it would be my 5" m4 hunter.
 

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One knife ?

:rotflmao: :rotflmao:

Hey Big D....you got knives made and gonna be at next gun show?...when is the next Ernie Bean....thought it was soon
 
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I typically have at least four blades on me during a normal workday. At Church or out where I'm dressed in something other than jeans I try to cut it to two. I've even started carrying a fixed blade a lot more often. When I get the E.Martin Franklin knife I might use it for EDC. Of course I would have to drop one of the others; well maybe not. Five isn't too many to carry.
 
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this probably isnt yalls first choice but.. for some reason i love my kabar. it has survived drops and cuts and still can be sharpened something ridiculous.
 
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A BRKT Blackwater. It is small enough that it isn't noticed by most folks if I tuck it into my back pocket. It is a perfect kitchen, small game, fish cleaning, string cutting size for me. In the Corps I carried a Kabar and a Gerber Mk I on my 782 gear. I wish I still had them but gave them away when I was nearing my EAS date.

Evan made a sheath for another knife for me in a canted crossdraw configuration. I like that carry style a lot and will experiment with differnt carry styles until I find what works best for me. Then I'll carry a fixed blade more often.
 

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bensand26 said:
this probably isnt yalls first choice but.. for some reason i love my kabar. it has survived drops and cuts and still can be sharpened something ridiculous.
Since the OP specified for the rest of my life, my 1st thought was my Dad's Kbar that was on almost every hunting, fishing, and camping trip. My brother still has it, and if it can survive decades of use...and 2 male children, that's what I want in my survival gear. :thumbup:

Edit: BTW, it also survived his time in the Army during Korea...still holds a good edge.
 

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A BIG one!
 
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