Top 5 Best Cold Steel Pocket Knives | EDC [Everyday Carry], Outdoor & Tactical Folding Knives (2017)

For years now I’ve owned a knife collection of EDC (everyday carry) Cold Steel pocket knives — as of 2017, these are my 5 favorite Cold Steel folding knives for EDC, the great outdoors and tactical/self defense situations. What are YOUR 5 favorite Cold Steel knives? If I get enough good suggestions I might make a Top 10 Best Cold Steel Pocket Knives video!

— Cold Steel knives featured in this video:

Cold Steel Tuff Lite Plain Edge Folder Knife ► http://amzn.to/2iQ2miD
Cold Steel Finn Wolf Folding Pocket Knife ► http://amzn.to/2ijj2lA
Cold Steel Voyager Tactical Folding Knife ► http://amzn.to/2iPYqyy
Cold Steel Recon 1 Tactical Pocket Knife ► http://amzn.to/2ij5rL8
Cold Steel Talwar XL Tactical EDC Knife ► http://amzn.to/2iPWypo

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Comments

Richard Timbreza says:

i like thee TALWAR XL and they should make the blade longer on the handle and thicker spine

Shaun Schneeberger says:

I have AK47 its a beast and i also have the recon 1 tanto od green just stunning and also another beast.

Shawn Nac says:

My EDC is the Voyager XL Tanto. I love Cold Steel.

jjacob25101 says:

I just received my Cold Steel Recon1 CTS-XHP Tanto Half Serrated and love it. My other choices would be the American Lawman, Code 4, ProLite Sport Drop Point for budget EDC, and the Tufflite for utility/box cutter knife, especially for store/warehouse workers that open lots of cardboard boxes.

Sigh Kronmiller says:

I love my Scimitar. Been a customer for over 12 years.

ambivalent ambiguity says:

All folders? C’mon

Nicholas Garcia says:

Did your recon 1 come double beveled or did you do that yourself

C Slew says:

Tal war XL is my favorite knife to carry and I’ve owned many knives,many different brands. It’s a lil large to carry but we’ll worth it. Very intimidating blade!

Chayavat Mokarakorn says:

My top 5 favorite CS folders are: American Lawman, Recon, Code4, Broken Skull, Spartan. Not in any particular order. On my “to get” list are: Talwar, Frenzy, 4 Max, SR1

Spectrabomb 467 says:

my dad wont let me buy a Recon 1, the exact one you have cuz he says its a dangerous weapon, and im like, every knife is a dangerous weapon, whys this more dangerous?
edit: I just love straight blade/spine knives with a plain edge, the voyager is a gray blade on black, but the recon 1 is black on black so i like that more. so far the recon 1 is my favorite total knife so far.

COUNTRY BOY SURVIVALIST says:

I just got the cold steel working man, and I absolutely love it so far

Katty Wolfgang says:

I love Talwar, I carry it almost everyday. So beatifull!

Derek Davis says:

I was looking at Finn Wolf, Raja 3, or the Ultimate Hunter, idk which one to get.

The devil himself 666 says:

Spartan is my edc knife

jhon doe says:

Cold Steel Colossus is one of the best folders ive ever had, expensive but worth it

ap0lmc says:

My favorite EDC is the Extra Large Talwar for the wave feature, the very sharp point, the curved blade makes it an awesome slicer, and I could wave the blade out and throw it into a target 15 feet away underhanded.

Genesis Lastname says:

My favorite Cold Steels:
5) Colossus 2
4) Espada medium
3) Finnwolf
2) Rajah 3
1) Bush Ranger

Christian Garcia says:

is talwar g10 scale thick like the recon 1

Yak Fishing with Keith Carson says:

Waiting to get the Immortal!

Seth Griffin says:

should I get a recon 1, code 4, American lawman, broken skull, or ak47

John Roberts says:

You might also want to try the Talwar with serrations. For very aggressive cutting and tactical use, you can’t beat the Cold Steel serrations. The two knives I have with serrations are the Talwar and the old 6-inch Vaquero! The latter is a knife you should hunt down if you don’t have. And if you can’t get one, get a 5.5-inch Vaquero Voyager. The old 6-inch Voyager without serrations, and the 6-inch Vaquero with, are two of the greatest Cold Steels ever made. Long, very slender and light, they now can’t be carried in Texas, so Cold Steel makes them 5.5 inches. You can occasionally find the old models on eBay and they’re well worth having. Having that 6-inch recurve blade with serrations can make all one’s encounters polite and stress free. The older knives were polished, too, which was a nice touch.

Alexander Salsman says:

The show was the deadliest warrior

Barry Hemmy says:

I have The Recon 1 Tanto XL in XHP steel which is awesome and would def put it in my top 5.Also The XL Talwar, The Frenzy and The Voyager(earlier models in VG-1 steel) would also be in my top 5 for sure.I wish The Recon folding models had the thumb disk wave deployment on them and the G10 was 50% less pronounced=easier deployment from the pocket.Cold Steel. please do something about this.

Adam Press says:

Great, I have the Scimitar which reminds me of the Talwar.

Josef Stalin says:

I was gonna have to question your intelligence if the finn wolf wasn’t on here. It is a really good knife for its price

Dean Harbison says:

Carried a Pocket Bushman everyday for years. Work, home, camping, anything. Nothing fancy(expensive) and tuff as hell. The Ram Safe Lock in the mono-block handle is almost as strong as a fixed blade. It will never close accidentally.

Bill Thibault says:

Great video, informative and i love the way you posed the knives in a nature setting very nice!

peter sirangelo says:

The first generation of the recon with the axis lock was on a show called deadliest warrior, and that version of the recon was one of my first knife purchases about ten years ago or so, and I still have and love that particular knife.

Vince Fernandez says:

The Talwar XL also provides the special feature of allowing you to have the Crocodile Dundee moment with your friends:
“THAT’S not a knife.”
“THIS is a knife.” 🙂

maulstik says:

LOL @ 8:10, you chopped it own box….

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