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here is mine, Muela Jabali made in Spain


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Right now I’m carrying this Giant Mouse GMF1 with custom micarta scales often.

Lower right


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Usually one of these...

Colonel Blades, Dozer Black & Tan, and a Dozer Devils Tail

 
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Dee Kistner Pocket Drop fixed blade; came with a nifty horizontal Kydex sheath.

I’m not 100% sure that Kistner Knives is currently in operation.




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Emerson PUK, came with a small tek-lok type w/kydex sheath
 
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Most days I carry TDI knife

DSCN3021 by Brad Benzing, on Flickr

But I also like my Ban Tang Clinch Pick

100_8826 by Brad Benzing, on Flickr

Both are carried just left of the buckle on my Instructor belt.


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Recently pick up this Izula. Haven't tried it as a neck knife but it does ride very nicely on a belt in the horizontal orientation weak side at 10 oclock.




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Benchmade Niravus.
 
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Mine is a Buck 119 fixed blade.
 
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Ban Tang Evio Shiv.


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Ban Tang Evio Shiv.


Ban's stuff is super sharp and super addictive.


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BHK Bushcrafter
BM Nim Cub
BM Griptilian
Rat (ESEE) RC 3

More often it's the Griptilian

 
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I'm wearing a Dirk Pinkerton design. I purchased the middle knife from him earlier this year. On duty, I also wear a Benchmade SOCP.


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Recently pick up this Izula. Haven't tried it as a neck knife but it does ride very nicely on a belt in the horizontal orientation weak side at 10 oclock.



That would be my preferred method of carry, but with the ESEE 4. Do you have a picture of this setup?
 
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Randall models Guardian or Gambler (4") worn on my belt.
 
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The only fixed blade i have that I can realistically carry concealed is my Izula 2.
However, for the past few months, and in no small part to this and Para’s thread, I’m looking for something with a bigger blade to carry concealed.


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Kitsune XT in a pocket sheath.


That thing's beautiful, where do I get one?


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Ban Tang Evio Shiv.

Ban's stuff is super sharp and super addictive.

I have a little shiv sort of thing by him. His stuff is awesome, whether original or just his grinding work on other people's knives. I've been a fan for so long now.
 
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ammodotcom, the Kitsune is one our custom designs. we would be happy to build one for you. just drop us a line at liontribedesigns@gmail.com. we like to treat our fellow forum members well.

dozer


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SOG Kiku 4.1".
 
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