What's your edc knife?

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which is why we carry extra rounds, right?
Already doing that, pepper spray, RAT tourniquet, flashlight, etc. That's just what's on me most of the time. ;)
 

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Already doing that, pepper spray, RAT tourniquet, flashlight, etc. That's just what's on me most of the time. ;)
Sure...When I lived in Ajo I never left home without at least one firearm. I dont carry here...never out of sight of a house, farm country. Guns can stay home. Still keep the jeep packed with tools, knife, two flashlights, shovel, machete, recovery strap...all that gear. Edc? I put a knife in my pocket before I put on my boots, but it's a tool.
 

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Sure...When I lived in Ajo I never left home without at least one firearm. I dont carry here...never out of sight of a house, farm country. Guns can stay home. Still keep the jeep packed with tools, knife, two flashlights, shovel, machete, recovery strap...all that gear. Edc? I put a knife in my pocket before I put on my boots, but it's a tool.
That's the thing about a knife....it's a handy tool for various jobs.

Separate note: Anyone who knows much about fighting with an edged weapon means you're both highly likely to get sliced up. If it comes to that sort of combat, it's basically a last resort and is likely to be very ugly. Though there are highly experienced trainers that advocate that a fixed blade can be more rapidly deployed than a firearm anyway....given proximity to the target.
 

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That's the thing about a knife....it's a handy tool for various jobs.

Separate note: Anyone who knows much about fighting with an edged weapon means you're both highly likely to get sliced up. If it comes to that sort of combat, it's basically a last resort and is likely to be very ugly. Though there are highly experienced trainers that advocate that a fixed blade can be more rapidly deployed than a firearm anyway....given proximity to the target.
Back in '67 they trained us for knives in boot camp. The instructor began by tellihg us that if we ever had to USE the training, it meant someone had FUBARed. I only had to do it once.
 

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I switch between two primaries as my edc. A CRKT M16-01KZ and a Kershaw Cryo 1555ti.
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I carry the same kershaw along with a Winkler blue ridge hunter on my belt.
 

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My usual EDC rotation is a
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Benchmad Bugout, Benchmade Super Freak and Shirogorov F95N
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