I have quite a few pocket knives, but what I've always been short on are good fixed blades. After seeing Breda's knife post I decided to go ahead and pick up a few.
The big one is a 3/4 size black tanto Kabar fighting knife with a 5.25 inch blade. The smaller one next to it is a Kabar Becker Necker neck knife with a 3 3/16th inch blade.
Then, we get even smaller. A Kabar Becker Necker Remora with a 2.25 inch blade
And to round things out, a Cold Steel Scottish Spike neck knife from Cold Steel's Spike series. Cold Steel makes some beautiful knives.
The truly sad thing is that the government assault on tools over the last century means that a citizen in supposedly free America needs a permission slip to carry any of these under their pants or under a shirt. In many ways knife laws are just as bad as gun laws (not to mention confusing) Of course if you believe that inanimate objects literally cause crime, then it's no stretch to restrict carrying of knives. One need only look at the UK to see how well that works...
As Breda says, "I think I need more knives."