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Looking for a neck knife to wear under a dress shirt. Flat, blade no more than 3 1/4", handle with good grip surface and an ultra-safe sheath. Any suggestions?,


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ESEE Candiru may work for you.
 
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Benchmade use to make a nice one too. Forget the name of it.
 
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Looking for a neck knife to wear under a dress shirt. Flat, blade no more than 3 1/4", handle with good grip surface and an ultra-safe sheath. Any suggestions?,

I like the Bark River Bravo Neckers. They are available in several steel types.
 
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I have been happy with the ESEE Candiru. Wear it all day dont know it is there. nice little knife
 
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Murray Carter neck knives are extremely nice but pretty expensive.

https://www.cartercutlery.com/...arter-1289-original/


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I've had several, none very expensive.

But my problem has always been-how do I wear one so that is is concealed and doesn't look like a blob under my short or T-shirt?

If I wear it high, it shows when I bend forward. Low and it is pushed out by my tummy (not that it is very big, but....).

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abnmacv, do you want a weapon or a tool?


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I've had several, none very expensive.

But my problem has always been-how do I wear one so that is is concealed and doesn't look like a blob under my short or T-shirt?

If I wear it high, it shows when I bend forward. Low and it is pushed out by my tummy (not that it is very big, but....).

Bob


This.

It only works if you are wearing a larger and more billowy shirt. I can't imagine it would be easy to access in a dress shirt either.

A boot knife would probably work better.
 
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https://www.bladehq.com/item--...ed-Blade-Neck--72073

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Sigforum member Dozer made me a hell of a neck knife that i really enjoy.


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Look at Fred Perrin neck knives if you want something that conceals well. He's paired with Spyderco & Emerson to make some pretty nice blades of his design.

He's a French knife maker and I first learned of him and his Le Heron neck knife.


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If you can find a Spyderco Swick, it may meet your needs. I've enjoyed mine.
 
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