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Urban Patina EDC

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Chef (age 27)
Atlanta, GA
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I'm not terribly obsessed with tactical EDC's. This is a cheap EDC that's built for work. This is pieced together from a local army surplus and hunting stores. I like carrying items that are tough and will age over time. This is a carry that I hope grows well.

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I carry the Dime and a Breeze card.
I'm pretty sure that isn't actually a Buck 110. The bolster at the pivot is far too angular, and overall, the handle seems to lack the rounded corners of a Buck knife.
Case Mako maybe? But the handle looks thinner, older model probably.
I'll be honest I couldn't tell you the real make of the knife. I bought it at an Army Surplus for 10 bucks. The store has been in the same location since 1957. They had no idea who the producer was. Their best bet was a Buck or an Mardinc. It's got the same blade length as the 110 but it's definitely not 100% sure.
I'll be honest I couldn't tell you the real make of the knife. I bought it at an Army Surplus for 10 bucks. The store has been in the same location since 1957. They had no idea who the producer was. Their best bet was a Buck or an Mardinc. It's got the same blade length as the 110 but it's definitely not 100% sure.
The Buck 110 is a classic. I always carry it when I'm in the woods for camping or hiking but it size makes it a bit unwieldy and depending on where you are perhaps even illegal, for urban carry. Nice set up.