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Thinking about carrying a fixed blade for EDC. Whats your choice and how do you carry it?


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Not for everybody..a friend at work bought this for me last year, I carry it everyday, it's a worker!Holds an edge and loves to cut stuff. I do carry a Smith's pocket sharpener for tune ups.

https://ganzoknife.com/wa-data.../8446/8446.900x0.jpg


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Not for everybody..a friend at work bought this for me last year, I carry it everyday, it's a worker!Holds an edge and loves to cut stuff. I do carry a Smith's pocket sharpener for tune ups.

https://ganzoknife.com/wa-data.../8446/8446.900x0.jpg

That fixed blade is broken!


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i have been carrying this one for some time now. i have a small rotation and this is my favorite right now. Kitsune XT in a pocket sheath.

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A prototype carbon fiber knife - 9.5" O.A.L. - 4.75" blade - SHARP!
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He would sell me numbered production knives that he received from manufacturers. These knives Tim used to produce prototype sheaths for the various makers. He has come a long way.

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Camillus Talon (Simonich collaboration). I carry it my front pocket in a kydex sheath which releases with a simple thumb push. Have 3 of them: Talonite, 154CM serrated edge, 154CM plain edge. Big Grin





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Carried in the sheath shown in the plier pocket of my Dickies carpenter pants.

It recently survived a trip through the washer. It was spared the dryer only because of the clunk. Smile

Blame Thanks to that guy Dozer for making this happen.
 
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I carry an ESEE CR2.5 on my belt. Handiest little thing and it stays out of the way so well that I forget I have it on me sometimes.


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I rarely carry a fixed blade, anymore, but this is the one. It was made as a collaboration of Scott Tanguay and Lamont Coombs. It is always in my Jeep and when hiking somewhere on me.



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I should be getting an Esee Izula on Wednesday. Sadly my states law leaves concealed fixed blades in too much of a gray area.
 
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I carried an Esse-4 IWB, conceiled, for almost a year just to see if I could. Never actually used it on anything.

For years I wore a Benchmade RiverRescue on my belt for work. When I changed jobs I stopped. For a couple years I've worm a Boker Cop-Tool on my belt, useful for many things at work... except being a knife. It's poor at being a knife. It made me miss the Benchmade. Recently I found this pocket sheath and have taken to carrying it in my back pocket at work.




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I carry one of these but not a an ED basis.



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I use to carry a HAK on a bead chain around my neck but it came loose a couple times. With that and now they are also somewhat collectible, it stays in the drawer.

If I wear a small fixed blade it’s either a a Bradford Knives Guardian 3 in a horizontal sheath just left of the belt buckle or a Strider DB vertical behind the offside hip. The Bradford is a better everyday use shape to me, as the Strider is a Tanto blade.

I’m workin on trying to find a lower profile sheath for the Winkler Blue Ridge Hunter. I’m not looking real hard as it’s pushing the size for me.




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Set up the sheath for horizontal carry and rides at 1:00.

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