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Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by Soulriot, Mar 31, 2015.
Congrats, love the insingo. Is that a small or large?
I have been talking to Austin, very helpful, lots of emails. But now I have ordered and received pre-shipment details - silence....
I guess the screws could be Loctite'd in? Are they standard screws?
(I am slightly worried but its not overdue on shipping yet, just appears to have been sent with no tracking)
The flag is a small 11" by 16" flag that I received when I was a crew leader for a seven man crew while we hiked 102 miles in ten days at the Boy Scouts of America's Philmont Scout Ranch. Boy Scouts was the best eleven years of my life, and my time at Philmont was probably the highlight of my time in Scouting, and so I carry this to remember all the things I did and learned while there, as well as all the mentors and people who helped make me the person I am today. I also carry it as a reminder of my desire to serve my country in the US Army, as well as hopefully make a difference in the nation for the better, so that we can return to the ideals and principles of America at it's founding.
The Barlow is a new one from Queen Cutlery. They totally revamped their product line this year, and have a ton of new models, including multiple Barlows. It's got D2 tool steel blades and Amber Stag Bone covers.
Im not sure Loctite would work on them they are the smallest screws Ive ever seen. I had to buy an new screwdriver to attempt to screw them in lol.
Edit: are you looking just for something to carry cards?
I have Torx kits...very small ones too.
I'm only gonna be carrying half dozen cards but ordered with elastic as occasionally I carry notes. The Money Clip looked way too bulky for a FPW
It's not complicated [or done with master precision] but works fine for quick draw of standard city jungle survival items : ]. Just haven't invented any solution for coins...
So on one pocket I carry. Knife, light, pen, Vic pencil, perfume atomizer [gotta smell good ; ], driving license,ID, debit card, and some bills, Plus pendrive outside.
If you are looking for something to carry 6 cards the Anso Matrix might work, I pre ordered one of those and it was around the same price as the Ridge. From the looks of it it cant hold cash but 6 cards is the max.
Also I ordered it with the clip and its very sharp and Will cut cash.
Looks a bit 'busy' to me. If and when I get the Ridge I'll have a think.
nick50471 speaks very highly of his Ridge though (which is the main reason I went for it)
Well like I said I got one when they first came out so they could have updated them greatly and some of the problems I had could be gone. Once you get it you will have to give an update .
Sure, no problem. I'm just getting a bit antsy now the comms have gone dark
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Yes sadly the communication does seem to stop with some manufacturers after the price is payed lol.
A more woods-orientated carry today:
I've had mine for a year and have carried it everyday in LF except for the month the Delta borrowed it. The elastic still holds all my stuff very well. The screws have not backed out. I like mine.
Posh meeting ( forgot wallet on pic).
Your words, and the picture of the Sebenza, are well taken and very timely for me. I saw your post last night not three hours after I ordered one. I was just entering that, after the big purchase - questioning my sanity phase . Your comments were exactly what I needed. Rock On Brother...
Cool story on the Flag. My son went to Philmont as well, and apparently just missed the deadline to be employed there for a season. I didn't even know he was looking into it. Maybe next year. Congrats on getting to go.
27f degrees this morning...
Look here Beardcomb
Thanks. Philmont was pretty awesome, and I would have loved to work there. Tell your son to keep working at it, and start applying as early as he can next year. It'll be a great experience and will look great on any resume.