Knife talk

haulinshine

Active Member
I used to carry a CRKT M-16 but now that I work with magnets I got a little worried there might be a surprise vasectomy. So I started carrying a cheapo milwaukee fastback. No complaints. I did carry a Boker CZ until it disappeared while moving a few years ago. I miss that knife
 

Marsh99

Lover of all things Toyota
Location
Mantua UT
I love it.
My EDC is a Benchmade 940-1.
The S90v is insanely sharp and because its only 2.4 oz it absolutely disappears in the pocket once I added a deep carry clip.
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I just bought this knife and I love it! It is my new everyday carry over my infidel and 3400 autocrat. I really like how light it is and feels really nice in my hands.
 

DAA

Well-Known Member
I just bought this knife and I love it! It is my new everyday carry over my infidel and 3400 autocrat. I really like how light it is and feels really nice in my hands.

I lost my 940 last fall. Couldn't find a replacement in stock anywhere, so got a 9400. Much prefer the ergos of the 940 and will eventually have to get another one.

- DAA
 

frieed

Jeepless in Draper
Supporting Member
Location
Draper, UT
Not quite the same as the rest, but I've been upgrading the knives in my kitchen to Shun Classic.

so far a Nakiri
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and a Kiritsuke
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Paring Knife
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All three have a 68 layer blades with Rockwell 61 hardness core for the cutting edge.
All three are an absolute joy to work with.
 
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Kevin B.

Big hippy
Location
Stinkwater
I lost my 940 last fall. Couldn't find a replacement in stock anywhere, so got a 9400. Much prefer the ergos of the 940 and will eventually have to get another one.

- DAA
I really like the pushbutton on the 9400 though. I've got a Barrage assisted in my rotation and if I ever replace it, it might be with a 9400.
 

DAA

Well-Known Member
Yeah, the pushbutton IS nice. And the snick is very satisfying. My main beef, is when I take it out of my pocket, the pushbutton isn't just naturally exactly where I need it. The stud on the 940 is. I'm used to adjusting my grip on the 9400 without really thinking about it at this point though, so it really doesn't bother me like it did at first.

- DAA
 
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