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I hate when that happens!! Now everything I carry has a clip, a pouch or a holster... As far as a multi-tool, I carried a Gerber... until I lost it.Thoreau wrote: I used to carry a nice Benchmade Griptilian tanto design until I left it at a friggin campsite
Hmmm let me see....my FJ Cruiser + gas @ $45 for a tank + fatty snacks @ $8 = $53 +or- for an $80 knife.Thoreau wrote:Oh it had a nice clip on it. I was just a moron =( Worst thing is I know EXACTLY where it is out there, but it's hard to justify a road trip in an FJ Cruiser @ 15mpg (on a good day) to the rim from Phoenix for a $80 knife.
That Flash II looks like a really nIce knife. I don't look to my multi-tool for the knife. I always carry a SOG Twitch II - a 2.7" blade at 2.6oz. The size and satin finish fit in even in elegant company. I really like that Flash II for a hiking knife - 3" blade at 3.1oz. I added it to my REI wish list for next years dividend. But I will probably pick one up before that.kevinweitzel75 wrote:. . .But I always have a Sog Flash II on me for a good knife. Sometimes I will carry a Gerber Big Rock when I want a fixed blade.
Don't go all Snopes.com mythbuster on me Joe. We need our rugged mountain persona myths "Get your groove on" takes on a whole different meaningjoe bartels wrote:. . .appears to be engineered like an "I" beam for weight/strength rather than a channel for blood flow or suction reduction
It's a classic. Battle tested.joe bartels wrote:engineering is super wicked cool