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When I use to carry a small pocket knife , the screwdriver use to be the most used part , saving me many steps .
 

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For me it's the scissors in my Leatherman Micra. That little multitool with its large, usable scissors in place of a pliers is one of the best inventions in the history of man as far as I'm concerned. It's amazing how often a pair of scissors is a better tool than a knife blade. I never leave home without it.
 

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+1 for Kershaw's! Bet it was sharp right out of the box! Kershaw's usually are.

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Kershaw's big brother . . . ZTs . . . are terrific too. It took ZT a long time to create a lightweight knife. But when the 0770CF came out I just had to have one. It's only drawback (if you want to call it a drawback) is that it's a SpeedSafe knife. But honestly, I don't find the AO to be distracting at all in the 0770CF. (Don't tell anyone, but I actually like AO knives if the AO isn't overdone.) HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! :thumbsup:
 

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I really like the SpeedSafe AO knives. Most of the time when I find myself needing my knife for something I usually have something else in my other hand. ( Rope, a box etc.) Most are cheesey and cheap but the quality level of Kershaw an up are effective and high quality.

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As an owner of three Leeks, I'd be a hypocrite if I said I didn't like Kershaw AO knives. They definitely have their place.
 

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Oooh, a baby Ulu. Sweet looking blade! Do you do much leather work?
 

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He makes some of the finest holsters in the south! Here's one of his with my Springfield XDs


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Yeah, I'd say that covers it, all right! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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He makes some of the finest holsters in the south! Here's one of his with my Springfield XDs


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Where can I see them ?
 

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PM lws380.

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Not sure if he's still building quality holsters. Maybe he'll PM you.

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Oooh, a baby Ulu. Sweet looking blade! Do you do much leather work?
I think the Ulu is more for cutting meat and food. The knife in my picture is referred to as a round knife. Many shapes and sizes, used for cutting leather. A very good/essential tool for leather work. Generally needs to stay sharpened a lot as leather is a little tough on the blades.
 

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I think the Ulu is more for cutting meat and food. The knife in my picture is referred to as a round knife. Many shapes and sizes, used for cutting leather. A very good/essential tool for leather work. Generally needs to stay sharpened a lot as leather is a little tough on the blades.
If the work mukwah posted is yours, sir, you are a master craftsman!
 

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