I was looking at Red Bone or Rosewood but the Pocket Worn ones do look rather nice. I only wish they would make them in CV! That steel is a pleasure to sharpen on an Arkansas benchstone, and it gets razor sharp.
I carry a Maglite Solitaire, a P-38 with the blade taped down so it doesn't snag on stuff, a Swiss-Tech Utili-Key UST, a Swiss-Tech Micro-Technician Plus, and my keys on a a steel load-bearing caribeaner. (holds 180 pounds) I think Samo posted something kind of like this but I'm not sure so sorry if...
CRKT Stiff Kiss. Cheap, dull, hard to sharpen, and the torx screws that hold on the clip are a <b>pain </b> to screw in. Also, I had to wrap the handle in climbing cord (really thin) to even get a semi-comfortable grip on it.
I'm just wondering, is that some kind of thing you have to attach, or is it like the smilies. If so, what's the charachter for it? Oh, and I figured out how to post in <b>bold </b> and <i>italics </i> Thanks.
...to Great Smoky Mountain Kinfe Works. Probably my only serious opportunity to buy knives all year long. So far, here's my list: A Case Russlock, some kind of Case sheath knife with CV steel, a Spydie or two, and possibly a M.O.D. . Do you have any reccomendations for new Spydies?