If you EDC a fixed blade. Which one and why?

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  • derek_street

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    I have 3 that I carry. I have not decided on one yet. May be looking for other options.


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    spanky

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    Kabar TDI. I found a really secure sheath for it quite some years back, holds it horizontal. I don't remember who made it but I imagine quite a few are making them now. It's cheap, quite stabby and the handle is very conducive to multiple grip styles.
     

    bigtattoo79

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    Kabar TDI. I found a really secure sheath for it quite some years back, holds it horizontal. I don't remember who made it but I imagine quite a few are making them now. It's cheap, quite stabby and the handle is very conducive to multiple grip styles.

    OH how nice it is to see you around. Hope you’ve been doing good!!

    I have used TDI sheaths made by PHLSTER and NSR both top notch. I also like the esee izula in a sheath made by form member glockcrazz.
     
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    Gravelface

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    I usually carry an old Busse Badger, about a 5* blade.

    You always need a knife and it’s damn near a sharpened prybar so it’s served multiple roles.
     

    bjb550

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    Recently purchased a CRKT Obake and love it. Easy to carry and looks amazing as well.
     

    Forgotten

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    I've carried both the esee 4 and esee 3 in the winter months as its kind of big but it's hard to beat an esee with its lifetime warranty. They are so thick you can pry a car door open
     

    DAVE_M

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    ESEE Izula for utility.

    Read Varg Freeborn’s book *Violence of Mind* if you want a reason not to carry a defensive knife.
     

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