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Discussion in 'Knives, Tactical Gear, and Survival' started by DirtyD, Jul 6, 2009.
Anybody else carry one? And if so what kind and how do you carry it?
Did for years cause of work but now that I work in the pilot house of the boat instead of on deck a little folder is usually it.
Sorry, Every Day Carry....
I would just stick to the palm of your hand as a measure of a "legal blade" and over all length is a mute point blade length is what counts. Until spears and such become an issue, then that will change to.
5 1/2" blade is the limit in Texas.
I will find the link to back it up later but I am sure of that stat..... at least I was about a year ago
I have a cold steele roach belly. I got it off ebay for about 17 dollars. Very high VALUE knife IMO. Sharp as a razor blade out of the box. The blade is Krup? steele I think. If I dont feel like a fixed blade I will carry my kershaw blur. Favorite folder ever!
I'm starting to feel that way about mine.
I never carried everday until I got my Kershaw Blur tanto.
never carried a fixed blade to be on topic
The KaBar TDI is a good choice for a defensive knife. I have a few from here:
The difference is the usable sheaths. The factory sheaths are lacking. It's good to carry @ 11 or 1 o'clock owb.
There's also the excellent Shivworks clinch pick.
It works well carried @ 11 or 1 as well. Most people carry it with the grip angled down and toward your centerline.
CRKT's Polkowski/Kasper Companion and Cold Steel's Braveheart are also good choices. The people I know that carry these usually carry them horizontally.
Some years ago I carried a SOG Pentagon until I bought a Benchmade now that is my EDC.