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I carry two knives, one for general chores (opening mail, cutting rope, etc...) that lives in my strong side pocket. I also carry a 2.5" fixed blade knife under my belt buckle with the handle sticking down and toward my dominant side. I can reach it with either hand and I can have my hand wrapped around the handle without anybody noticing.
 

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I have two EDC knives, a Spyderco Dragonfly in HAP40 that's on my keychain and a Spyderco Delica in VG-10 that I carry in my left back pocket.
 
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My edc knife is clipped in my right hip pocket. It's a tool, and maybe a tertiary or <whatever comes after tertiary> weapon because I'm not knife fighter. My off hand is for support, standoff, throwing crap or eye-gouging.

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Two knives here as well- one for true every day beater tasks- opening boxes, food, etc- Spyderco Delica, carried in rear pocket next to wallet. Use it all the time. 2nd fixed blade knife for soley defensive use carried strong side front pocket- ESEE Izula 2. I would carry it weak side, but that pocket has a Shield40 BUG, so it is all full up! I like the idea of two knives, so one is alway in tip top shape, sharp, ready to go. And nothing is faster than a fixed blade. Also, my Delica is blaze safety orange, on purpose, so it looks less scary to the sheeple out there who might freak out if I pulled my scary as hell FDE IZULA or uber-tacticool menacing Camo Paramilitary 2/blacked out blade. Both of those knives will automatically stab you simply by looking at them, just ask Hillary. . .
 

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I also EDC two knives, a Leatherman and a Kershaw Brawler. Leatherman is a perfect utility knife.
 

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I carry mine in my right front pocket, blocked by my gun and scratching my holster. When I carry a fixed blade I carry it horizontal on my left side, I can access it with either hand. I have been meaning to practice with my weak hand.
 

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Another two-knife carrier here, most days. Kershaw Leek clipped in my right hip pocket for actual use and either a Ka-Bar TDI-LDK or Emerson La Griffe mounted horizontally on the left side of my belt near the buckle.
 

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5 for me technically lol. A Spyderco Dragonfly 2 for most utility purposes. A Spyderco Tenacious with a zip tie wave mod and Talon grip tape for defensive use only. A CRKT Minimalist Bowie on the belt in SOB position for emergency last resort. And on the jets I have a Kershaw Cinder and a Leatherman Style CS. I know. Way overkill. But I love knives. IMG_1051.jpg IMG_1072.jpg
 

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More knives = more fun.

Spyderco Manix 2 s110v in right front pocket...

KaBar TDI at 11 o'clock in a horizontal sheath...

Zero Tolerance 0562cf in back left pocket...

And I keep a Vic Spirit X on my belt that has a locking blade as well.





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5 for me technically lol. A Spyderco Dragonfly 2 for most utility purposes. A Spyderco Tenacious with a zip tie wave mod and Talon grip tape for defensive use only. A CRKT Minimalist Bowie on the belt in SOB position for emergency last resort. And on the jets I have a Kershaw Cinder and a Leatherman Style CS. I know. Way overkill. But I love knives. View attachment 161570 View attachment 161578
Love that CRKT...

Been thinking of picking up one for a neck knife.

How do you like it?
 
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Love that CRKT...

Been thinking of picking up one for a neck knife.

How do you like it?
It's really awesome. The ergonomics are incredible. It really just melts in the hand. The handle is really beautiful with the layered green and black. No two handles are the same pattern. Comes with a really nice lanyard attached. Good for neck carry but not really for belt or boot so I cut it off. The sheath is great as a neck knife, boot knife, or mounted on the belt in any orientation (hardware included). Razor sharp edge out of the box. The 5cr15mov steel is nothing special but fine for the price and purposes. Easy to sharpen.
 

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It's really awesome. The ergonomics are incredible. It really just melts in the hand. The handle is really beautiful with the layered green and black. No two handles are the same pattern. The sheath is great as a neck knife, boot knife, or mounted on the belt in any orientation (hardware included). Razor sharp edge out of the box. The 5cr15mov steel is nothing special but fine for the price and purposes. Easy to sharpen.
Great...

If I remember correctly aren't they in the $20-30 range?

I'm going to try to pick up the tanto version (which I usually avoid) in the near future.

Thanx for the reply.

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