Do you carry a pocketknife ?
No . . . I carry a .32 Auto derringer.
I don't but my best friend does.
Never go anywhere without a knife.
Its too convenient having it.
Always. Plus a Gerber multitool to adjust the stands on my drums.
Don't need an accidental second circumcision 😳😱😵
No, but I take them on boy scout outings.
Just about everywhere.
A Benchmade auto along with a Walther PPK.
Not for self defense, thats a bad idea, just for convenience.
Yes, usually a Benchmade
Great knives !
Yeah they are.
Not in my pocket, so I don't have it with me all the time, but basically any time I'm off my apartment complex grounds I carry a canvas shoulder bag (instead of a purse) that has a small Swiss Army knife in it, along with a few other tools and items like a small roll of electrician's tape, masking tape, dental floss and a measuring tape. All of which have come in handy in one way or another, not necessarily for their original purpose.
I always carry at least one, along with my keys and streamlight
I'm carrying a Swiss Army knife today. Some days I'll carry a leather man. I can't carry one at work anymore because it's illegal. But they do let me carry a gun. Go figure.
I have a small Buck pocketknife with 1 3/4 inch blade...it meets my company’s rules (its under 2 inches)...when I get home, I change it out ...
The Great and Mighty TSA says I'm not allowed to bring my leather man or Swiss Army knife because it's too dangerous. But I'm allowed to carry an HK 40. Federal government wisdom.
The HK 40 is a nice gun. I hope to inherit my old man's.
I collect them, and carry different ones from day to day ...
I got a new pocketknife for my birthday ... a Blue Kershaw Launch 2...it’s now one of my favorites !
Sounds like a beaut! Have you ever made a knife? I have a buddy who sells online after achieving his journeyman qualifications. He make a sweet Damascus fixed blade.
Never built a knife ... but I do love the handmade knives .... my new Kershaw is factory made (USA), and the fit and finish on it is perfect ... it’s also an auto, which is also a plus...
Kershaw has great steel. I think my next knife will be a Cold Steel magnum tanto but I can't decide if I want the recon or the regular blade. If you've never seen one in action, I highly recommend it. I've also been dying to get a nice Benchmade tomahawk.