Separate names with a comma.
Are you a current member with account or password issues?
Please visit following page for more information
Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by thefrank, Mar 11, 2013.
Not the lightest EDC but two of my all time favorites: Prometheus Alpha Pen and K'roo Chunky Frank
I'm SOOOO in love with the Chunky!
Me too! It's a knife design unlike any other!
Three Rivers Nomad, Maxmadco bolt pen and (again) some snow this morning
Knife&coffee, this morning with Trestle Pine Topper
Work pocket dump with LionSteel Shuffler and Fellhoelter TiBolt
Some green gear for St Patrick's Day yesterday.
ADV Pocket Butcher and Atwood T-Wrex
Three Rivers Nomad and Starlingear Monkey Doughboy bead
Such a cool knife. I love the way it "ages" and develops a character.
For me really one of the best production knives of all times!
The CRKT Pilar got some pocket time today
Trestle Pine Superior for wood Wednesday
Someone recently asked me to recommend a non-locking knife under $50. When it comes to budget knives, the Victorinox SAK is the ultimate classic. Hard to beat for this price and especially the Alox versions look really good. The Boker Tech-Tool series can't beat the Vics in terms of quality but they are still very functional and offer a very different style option.
Friday pocket dump with custom slipjoint knife from Gary Stewart
It's been my pleasure to spend considerable portions of the last four or five days going through this thread page by page, post by post, photo by photo. I've truly enjoyed watching the evolution of your gear, your photography, and your EDC philosophy. Your personal insights were appreciated as well.
During much of it I've felt like a kid in a candy store, thank you sir for the experience!
Couldn't agree more. It's just hard to beat a Vic SAK, especially the Alox Cadet. They aren't just extremely functional but easy to carry and easy on the eyes.
Ohhhh....that Gary Stewart is D I R T Y ! ! !
Thank you for the kind words!! I'm very honored that someone took the time to go through ALL these pages! It really has been a long journey since I started this thread...
Yeah, something that has been this successful for over 100 years must be exceptional in many ways!
I don't think Gary assigned it a proper name but I like to refer to it as the "Mad Max"!
One of the advantages of retirement, most of my time is finally mine to choose what to do with it.......and enjoying your thread has been a treat! Thank you again, and please continue the exceptional posts!
LionSteel Shuffler going for a walk