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Appears well made, you got skills.
No CZ's on that list! I have carried a CZ P-01, and found it to be compact, comfortable, and utterly reliable.
Consistently carry my Spyderco Native in all kinds of prohibited areas, but I don't advertise it.
Yeah, I don't like the company name sewn on the front either.
Always liked those Citizen Aqualands in Titanium. Currently wearing a (12 years old) Citizen Eco-Drive Aqualand.
I ordered a few of these bags from Natchez with no problems. Quick shipping and packaged well.
Good choice, break them in and enjoy!
Have a few pair of the military nomex flight gloves and love them. They are light and the leather has good grip ability.
ASIC's GEL Kayana running shoes...
You simply cannot go wrong with the G-Shock line. Tough, reliable and reasonably priced.
Read this prophetic letter from Karl Marx in 1875 and tell me what you think, reference healthcare:
"The complete paragraph containing Marx's...
Got a G-Shock issued to me prior to 9/11, and it's still going strong! Been all over OIF/OEF. Casio builds them right.
Danner's rule. Have had a pair of Acadia's for ten years, and replaced the sole once. After initial break-in, they are both supportive and flexible.
Will have to get one, seems to store lots of little items well.
Social Security: Failing!
U.S. Post Office: Failing!
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: FAILURE!
For $500, you can get a new CZ-75B or a used Sig 226, both great, battle tested weapons.
I'd be afraid to use that knife, so I'll stick with my old Spyderco.
Lots of good stuff packed in there, very wise selection.