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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Dr Jekell, Oct 28, 2012.
you can also get a Lite version
ZT0550 & CRKT Pazoda in the pocket today.
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Your Izula is looking so new and clean! I can't remember the handles beeing that light color.
Use the heck out of it! It can take it.
This is how mine looked today.
Rockin the Ritter
Bit of a misnomer, the Lite weighs more (2.5 vs 2.2 oz). But, the Lite has a larger/fatter handle.
And the even cooler G-10 http://toolguyd.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Gerber-EAB-Lite-G-10-Handle.jpg
This week I've been carrying my Kershaw Tanto Zing Blem and the usual Vic Pioneer.
There is no way I can't like this. That used Pioneer is pretty!
Thank ya sir. That one end has a bit more wear since I have it on a lanyard hanging from my belt. I hate when a knife ends up laying horizontally in my pocket, so I use the lanyard to keep it straight up and down. I've had trouble with SAK's sliding out of my pocket when I sit down, or if I"m doing something at a weird angle at work, so it's nice to have a little bit more security, especially when I'm working next to a drain that goes right to the ocean.
Do you loop the lanyard around the belt or a belt loop? I'm having trouble picturing how this works.
My toxic green Svord Peasant. Cheap, plastic scales, but lots of character.
It depends. If the belt loop is close enough that the knife will still hang in my pocket, I'll loop it around that. Otherwise, I just loop it around my belt. Here's a couple of photos.
SO what do you think of the Schempp Tuff?
I am leaning toward the Southard.
if you can get past that it looks ugly as sin with its dimple pattern handle... its a beast of a knife with 3v steel
comparing it to the southard is like comparing bananas to pineapples. with that being said, i would have to say the southard is the better edc knife unless your day entails the need to level a house down with a folding knife hah
That looks quite a bit smaller than I expected judging by the pics of it closed next to your other gear. Sweet lookin knife fo sho.
EDIT: Nice to see someone else rocking an old school Weber kettle too.
Case medium stocksman