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Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by cowsmilk, Apr 20, 2014.
What's the... I want to say rooster? The lump of damascus-ey metal on your watch strap.
It's a Jeremy Horton (custom knife maker) chicken. I collect his stuff
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HF's EDC 140614
HF's EDC Thread ...
Why the two big blades, Mr. Cultured, Sophisticated, Man About Town? Just curious, thanks.
Lol, true! Who needs two folders at once?
Probably the kind of guy that really likes knives
Just like me! ;-)
A pocket dump straight from the hands of a 16 year old volunteering at the emergency room.
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DSC_4737 by zerosnipe, on Flickr
Hmmm...What knives do you have there? The flipper looks interesting
Sir, do you have a photo of your EDC tin? (that tin inside the case) I mean opened,content etc.
Thanks to TAD I am able to carry much, much more in my pockets.
Chaves Redención and a McGinnis Mini Vicarious
Nice selection of quality gear you've got HH, love that Lens Light.
Thanks man, the Lenslight is awesome and sturdy.
It looks it, unfortunately out of my price range for a single item.
And truthfully it really isn't worth the price, it's not very bright and continuous on isn't very long, Muyshondt is a great light for I think a bit cheaper (Aluminum of course). Would I buy it again probably not but since I have it it is one of the two I rotate most often. And out of all my lights it photos the best with my iPhone.
The Spyderco/EDCForums Moonglow Manix2 is a good slicer and is a convex grind now, but the Tasman Yellow FRN H1 is a serrated hawkbill. Pretty much a mini urinal knife for days I'm in shorts and its hot. I didn't tuck my Tee so the coated blade won't rust when I wear it IWB. Plus, I can't do everything with the Manix. (right tool for the right job) Sometimes a hawkbill is nice for utility.