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How about a EDC picture thread? - Vol. 3

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by Valerian, Jan 11, 2012.

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  1. MR24927
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    yes earth, dam spyderco like as supposed to what uranus
     
  2. JAfromMn

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    ^I don't know

    I only buy knives made by earthlings for earthlings :)
     
  3. MR24927
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    how do u carry fully serated, i cant seem the utility factor
     
  4. JAfromMn

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    Nothing cut's like a serrated blade.

    I can plunge cut into almost anthing.

    I cut a lot of cardboard, rope, plastic ties and a serrated blade will keep cutting even if I dull the edge.
     
  5. MR24927
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    :frantic:
     
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    How do you sharpen it, if you have to?
     
  7. JAfromMn

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    I use a lansky spyderco dog bone sharpener, spyderco 400f file kit and a leather shoe lace to strop the edge a little.

    I think the Spyderco 701mf file kit is the way to go.

    I don't have one but ive heard a lot of folks say they like there's.
    I will be trying to trade off my 400f kit for the 701mf kit soon.
     
  8. Ollie243

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    I love reading through threads like this.
    Firstly I enjoy the photography and I like to see what works for other peoples edc as mine is ever changing.
    It gives me great ideas and makes for a very long and expensive wish list.
    I just wish I had the dslr I want ( funnily enough on my wish list ) to take photos of my edc with. If I get a nice day and some natural light I'll try and get a shot just using my compact would like some input onto improvements :)
     
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    Go ahead and shoot with what you have. We all like to see.
     
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    What hatchet said! Also, that way, you and we can see your EDC and your photography progression as time goes on.
     
  11. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    We'll be waiting.........
     
  12. Ollie243

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    What watch is this?
     
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  13. hatchetjack

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    Looks like an Orient Mako.
     
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    is it a maratac watch? very nice indeed
     
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    That is a nifty collection of blades
     
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    Nice carry! Is that a Fallkniven U2? How do you like it?
     
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    When I first found this site I was trying to carry WAY too much. I've always carried a knife but after finding EDCForums I had flashlights, and multi-tools and various other things on my belt and in my pockets. After realizing this just wasn't me (along with a bag full of other things) I've really pared it down to just this (and a watch which I forgot to remove, it's a Citizen Nighthawk). It was fun to sell off a lot of things in order to acquire a few, really nice items.

    Now, this isn't saying I don't have some of that other stuff. It just rides in the car or only goes with me (specifically flashlights) if I know I'll be out somewhere dark.

    Slight tangent: Speaking of cars, I found that a 3x5 Maxpedition notebook cover is an excellent car organizer. You can fit a knife, a small multi-tool, a tire gauge, some spare fuses, a small FAK, a few pens and some post-it notes, all in a compact package. I have one that I need to photograph. It's really a nice setup.

    I also recently pared down my keyring. Removed all the pry bars and things of that sort. A few strips of paracord, two house keys, a file cabinet key and car key (car companies really need to find a way to reduce the size of the fobs).

    This is what I carry and boy does it feel good to be minimal.
     
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