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    Here is my SOG. The blade is stamped "Japan" with the metal type number. Does anyone have an opinion as to if Japanese steel is considered higher quality?
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    It should serve you well, Jimmy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyz View Post


    I got my Gerber today. It came with a seat belt cutter and nylon sheath for it and leg straps that I was not expecting. The knife is heavy and well built. I cant wait to use it. thanks to all that supported this type with their recommendations.
    I have the same one in black. Carried it on my body armor on my last deployment. It is sitting next to my feet at my computer desk. Solid choice.
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    The little knife upper right is a Spyderco 'Toad' designed by D' Holder ( a known bladesmith). I use it every day and it serves double duty as a moneyclip using the clip on the backside.

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    There has to be a place where pocket knives go and group together. I've lost at least twenty over the last few years. I have no idea where they all go. I'm hoping to find them under the bed or behind a dresser.
    Last edited by Tahuyaman; 05-04-2018 at 11:10 PM.

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    By no means cheap, but this is my latest fixed blade (see below)...I also just got a slick Italian stiletto, specifically a Leveretto style trigger (it's an auto) with a nice faux snake skin handle...



    https://www.whiteknucklerbrand.com/t...nvertible.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyz View Post


    Here is my SOG. The blade is stamped "Japan" with the metal type number. Does anyone have an opinion as to if Japanese steel is considered higher quality?

    All that matters is that does the trick.

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    K bar is a great knife and priced right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahuyaman View Post
    There has to be a place where pocket knives go and group together. I've lost at least twenty over the last few years. I have no idea where they all go. I'm hoping to find them under the bed or behind a dresser.
    You will probabally find them co-habituating with all the single socks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahuyaman View Post
    There has to be a place where pocket knives go and group together. I've lost at least twenty over the last few years. I have no idea where they all go. I'm hoping to find them under the bed or behind a dresser.

    There was a movie that explained that. Little people living in the walls. Nice, but thieves. I cannot remember the tittle though.

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