What knife are you carrying right now?

My knife is a Spyderco Paramilitary.

My spyderco has been everywhere with me, including 3 different countries. The only thing I would change about my knife is that I do wish the lock was as strong as a cold steel knife. I also have a Cold Steel AK47. My ak is a great knife. However I am partial to my spyderco as it is made in Colorado.

What is yours?

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