sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
Cargo Shorts are what I mainly wear in the summer time except in Church, formal events, business meetings or weddings, funerals ect. I actually wear cargo shorts because I truly use most of the pockets for items that I like to have on hand i.e. flashlights, tools, stupid cell phone and other modern day necessities.
That's interesting. I just got into Spyderco's because I loved the unique designs, but now being part of the forum I'm learning more then I ever imagined I would about steel. Now I pay attention to the steel I buy and I own several S30V knives, 1 BD1N, and 1 D2, along with some 8cr cheaper knives. Now I'm looking into a Caribbean or a Chef because of the LC200N. All the different steel and the properties they have is a lot to take in.JD Spydo wrote: Unless I got a job that would require me to carry something special or out of the ordinary I pretty much carry the same EDCs as I do in the cold as I do when it's in the 90s.
To me what ever type of job I'm doing has far more sway with me than if it's cold or hot outside. Now I am sort of picky about blade steels in certain weather. For instance I would not carry a knife made with S30V in cold weather. Because I have experienced micro-chipping with it in the past>> but VG-10 is fine in cold weather.
But as far as my daily EDC goes I use about the same rotation year round.