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In the question of carrying a fixed blade knife as a backup to your primary arm, what blades do you guys carry and/or recommend, and what rig do you use to carry it in?
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K-bar TDI, fullsize.
I've also been known to carry double edged boot knives either in the boot (slow) or on the waist.
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I don't carry fixed blades much, but when I do, it's either a TOPS UTE II, which appears to be discontinued because I didn't see it on their website. There are a lot of other nice smaller fixed blade on their site, and they have belt clip/neck carry options. I personally don't like the neck carry option because it tends to slide around.
The other fixed blade knife I will carry is the MOD Razorback on belt clip.
If you want something inexpensive, a CRKT Stiff KISS with a cord-wrapped handle would work nicely.
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kabar tdi for me.
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I use the Shivworks Clinch Pick or the Cold Steel Braveheart or the Cold Steel Safemaker II.
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Cold Steel Safemaker III @ 10:00 with a tek-lok on the sheath, or CRKT Companion @ 2:00 in a "drawpoint" sheath from Shawn's Tactical.
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I run a Benchmade CBK push dagger off my centerline on the support side.
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Pat Crawford Legionarre or Barry Dawson Spike in damascus steel.
Been carrying this one for almost four years on my belt, everyday except when I have to fly.
5" of cutting surface with 1/2" choil. Arizona Desert Ironwood slab handle with file work on the spine. Rob trains in the defensive blade work as well.
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