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Is it easy to do that bullet case swap? Does one particular caliber fit best? Are you cutting a case down yourself or buying it? Either way, me likey. I bought another anodized 562Ti. I think it’s my favorite knife.



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Douk-Douk Squirrel
... this one with a clip

 
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Is it easy to do that bullet case swap? Does one particular caliber fit best? Are you cutting a case down yourself or buying it?



I get them off Etsy.
Just one screw to remove.






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My EDC these days.




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Needed a couple of Spyderco for gifts, I add this Roadie to the order. Tiny little critter, I'll probably put in the top tray of my Wranglers console.



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My daily carry is a Gerber Covert Auto serrated edge.

It's been my knife of choice since the day Maine allowed automatic knives again.




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Sweatpants and T kind of day.
Need something very lightweight while piddling around.
Bit of Olive Wood from Portugal in the pocket.
They've been making them for 150yrs. You'd think they'd get it right Wink

 
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Artisan Cutlery Mini Proponent with copper scales







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I've had this in my pocket for a while. Will be switching to my Doctor death later today.


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Liked the copper mini Proponent so much I dug a little deeper in the pocket & picked up the Titanium Frame lock model in S35vn.







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Picked-up a second Off Grid Rapid Fire to add to the stable:









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ZT 0350 with a Pops Custom Clip



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Picked up this "Ladybug" for my 12 year old granddaughter. She's going through a purple stage. LOL Rocks are Mookaite, from Australia, that I tumble polished.



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This week in my pocket is this folding cleaver.
Kizer Vanguard Sheepdog XL in 154cm & Brown Micarta.







And for a size comparison.... the XL C01C and Spyderco Paramilitary 3


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Have this one today.


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New custom scales arrived today....
Still carrying the XL !







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KA-BAR BK24 Becker D'Eskabar
The "D" in D'Eskabar because (stonewashed) D2 steel
This KA-BAR collaboration between Becker and ESEE has a Becker BK11 blade with an ESEE Izula handle
Full skeletonized tang with Micarta scales
D (D2 steel) ES (ESEE) KA(-)BAR ... D'Eskabar
Sames size as a Becker BK14 in 1095 but the BK14 has a blade coating I didn't want. Besides, who doesn't like D2 steel.

 
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KA-BAR BK11 Becker Necker
... but I prefer pocket carry

 
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IZULA-II Black Oxide finish
The Izula-II has 1/2in longer handle than Izula

 
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