3.5" or less fixed blade for carry

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    I like my CRKT N.E.C.K.

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    Just checking up on High Altitude and his new knife. You liking it?

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    Ka Bar TDI...look it up...great fixed blade.
    Advice...have a box of Band-Aids available when you first start handling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Ka Bar TDI...look it up...great fixed blade.
    Advice...have a box of Band-Aids available when you first start handling it.
    That is kinda of a problem since it is intended to be used under stress as a back up if I understand the marketing correctly. A few people had them in the Indy class last week. Some people like them, some don't. One thing they seems to agree on is that the sheath sucks so you need to add $20-$30 to the price of the knife for some new kydex. My issue with the knife is that during a fight you are likely to be bent forward at the waist just a bit, this inhibiting the handle of the knife which I found to be small. YMMV- George

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hat3d1 View Post
    I like my CRKT N.E.C.K.

    Did you do the wrap job on the handle? If so, can you point me in the right direction for instructions on how to do it?

    Thanks.

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    Try this site...

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    For custom Kydex work, check out Custom Carry Concepts,LLC : Home

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    I actually really like the Gerber Backup Guardian. Plain edged doube sided bootknife style. Its fairly priced aswell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerriLi View Post
    I actually really like the Gerber Backup Guardian. Plain edged doube sided bootknife style. Its fairly priced aswell.
    +1 for the Guardian. Very light and a handy sheath. Can't carry it in this state, so I just bring it on Arkansas trips.

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    the only two fixed blades i carry regularly are these:

    utility HAK


    CRKT Ryan Plan B



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    Ryan Plan B is a great little fixed blade. I prefer the La Griffe over the HAK.- George

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