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HallisChalmers

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Post Fri May 08, 2009 11:40 pm

HC's Locking Folders

Here's my daily carry: Lone Wolf Harsey T3

Blade Detail: ComboEdge, Tactical
Blade Length (inches): 4.80
Blade Material: CPMS30V
Carry System: Pocket Clip
Handle Material: Nylon, Black
Lock Style: Liner Lock
Overall Length (inches): 10.70

It's a big mofo of a folder with a loud snap that can be heard a block away when you fling it open!
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...and my Lone Wolf Diablo (Green & Black) Double Action Auto Knife

Blade Length: 3.3 in.
Overall Length: 7.6 in.
Overall Weight: 4.1 oz.
Blade Material: CPM-S30V premium high-carbon stainless steel
Blade Coating: Black titanium nitride
Frame/Liners: Heat treated stainless steel
Fasteners: Stainless Steel
Handle Material: Layered, green/black Micarta
Pocket Clip: Stainless steel, deep carry design.
Warranty: Lifetime
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the lockpickkid

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Post Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:57 pm

Re: HC's Locking Folders

Well, here is my story, I was born and raised in the country so I always carry a knife or three, my daily carry is one of those little gerber locking folders, a great knife , perfect for small animal skinning! I also carry a few kershaw knives from time to time, as they are made in my state of Oregon! I also carry at all times at least in my truck a P22 Walther automatic 22 pistol, most accurate pistol I have ever had, great for shooting cans, animals etc! Also carry my husqvarna 300 Magnum Rifle in the back seat, I love shooting this, I have had it since I was young, only thing is, shells for this thing are way out of sight expensive because of the economy. I also have a custom made seal bone handle knife worth posting a picture of someday! it has a blade made of damascus steel very pretty!
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HallisChalmers

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Post Fri Jun 05, 2009 4:32 pm

Re: HC's Locking Folders

the lockpickkid wrote:Also carry my husqvarna 300 Magnum Rifle in the back seat, I love shooting this, I have had it since I was young, only thing is, shells for this thing are way out of sight expensive because of the economy.


Ammo? It's the price of gold nowdays. I feel your pain. :roll:

Try finding .223, .45, 9mm, or 7.62 x 39. Ordered some from Cabela's and it took 2 months to ship - that's how long the back order was. Criminy.
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l0ckp1cker

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Post Fri Jun 05, 2009 6:43 pm

Re: HC's Locking Folders

Very very cool knifes!

This is the one I carry with me now:

http://www.gerber-tools.com/Gerber-Appl ... -46924.htm

Except my blade is black as well.
A great knife and I really like the serrated blade, it's very good when cutting rope and stuff. ;)
Started picking on 23 Feb 2009. Current Stats: Picked 164 different locks so far.
Latest Victory: ABUS EC75/50
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HallisChalmers

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Post Fri Jun 05, 2009 6:48 pm

Re: HC's Locking Folders

l0ckp1cker wrote:Very very cool knifes!

This is the one I carry with me now:

http://www.gerber-tools.com/Gerber-Appl ... -46924.htm

Except my blade is black as well.
A great knife and I really like the serrated blade, it's very good when cutting rope and stuff. ;)


Yeah, but sharpening that serrated edge can be a bitch. You have to perform more gyrations than a drunk, one-legged stripper to sharpen them. :shock:

[Edit: BTW - I'm lazy. They really aren't that hard - but you have to have the right sharpening tools.]
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l0ckp1cker

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Post Fri Jun 05, 2009 7:57 pm

Re: HC's Locking Folders

I know, and that specific tools only costs like 7GBP or so, so that's not too bad ;)
Started picking on 23 Feb 2009. Current Stats: Picked 164 different locks so far.
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Adrenalin6

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Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:46 am

Re: HC's Locking Folders

When I go hunting, I carry with me a 6 inch survival knife. Im gonna take a picture of it soon. Its very used but it gets the job done. When I received it from a friend, it was so used the markings on the blade weren't there so its almost impossible to identify the manufacturer of the knife.

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Post Thu Sep 24, 2009 9:50 am

Re: HC's Locking Folders

another asshole spammer... banhammer!
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