Carry Knife type preference? Auto? Assisted? Manual?

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  • Which types of knives do you prefer?

    • Auto - OTF

      Votes: 10 11.9%
    • Auto - Out the Side

      Votes: 22 26.2%
    • Assisted

      Votes: 20 23.8%
    • Manual

      Votes: 10 11.9%
    • Manual - Quick open (Thumb stud, Spine flipper, Wave)

      Votes: 45 53.6%
    • Bacon Knife

      Votes: 6 7.1%
    • Fixed Blade

      Votes: 23 27.4%

    • Total voters
      84

    BJHay

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    Mar 17, 2019
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    Benchmade just went after Rogue Bladeworks for making aftermarket scales for their Bailout model, which is another blemish on the brand.

    I hadn't heard about this. Yes, another blemish on the brand. I understand the legal need to protect a patent but can you see the gun makers or car companies trying to shut down the after market parts industry? There maybe legal concerns I'm not aware of but.....
     

    JettaKnight

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    Oct 13, 2010
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    Fort Wayne
    I carry whatever makes the best "adult fidget toy" these days.

    And that's my front flipper Kizer Feist with burlap micarta scales.
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