EDC POCKET CHECK! empty out your pockets and what you carry, lets see em

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Postby Freediver » Thu Jul 07, 2011 2:36 am

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Thought I had to fit in with all the guns.

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Postby BAL » Thu Jul 07, 2011 4:48 am

I noticed that IrishSpyder22 and Doc both have North American Arms 22's. It's a sweet little pocket weapon for sure.

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Postby Dr. Snubnose » Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:02 am

My EDC has changed since the last pic I posted earlier in this thread...That was about 2-3 months ago...This is today's carry, Minus, The cell phone which is taking this pic and another "Subcom", "Wharning" and Speedloader filled with .357 mag 145 grain Winchester Silvertips in my over shirt. This is kinda light summer carry, plus I just got two new custom Pakals (in the pic) which is a new EDC....observe there is no "Ronin" :( not till the winter...it now resides comfortably in my bathrobe :eek: but here's today's pic anyway.....Doc :D

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Postby tacticooledc » Thu Jul 07, 2011 2:52 pm

Doc, after 5 years of carrying knives I still can't understand why you carry so many :D

I mean if you ever did have to use them and not your revolver (which you also have 2 of, do you plan on missing more than 5 times?), when would you ever need more than 2 knives? Are you expecting the blades to snap with every thrust/cleave?

I mean no offense by this post I just can't understand why you need so many redundancies :confused:

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Postby tacticooledc » Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:20 pm

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Which benchmade would that be? Pretty sure I saw it at the store the other day and was thinking about it but not a fan of linerlocks :D

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Postby jossta » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:13 pm

My pockets from today:

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Postby Jordan » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:27 pm

tacticooledc wrote:Doc, after 5 years of carrying knives I still can't understand why you carry so many :D

I mean if you ever did have to use them and not your revolver (which you also have 2 of, do you plan on missing more than 5 times?), when would you ever need more than 2 knives? Are you expecting the blades to snap with every thrust/cleave?

I mean no offense by this post I just can't understand why you need so many redundancies :confused:
No matter how many times I see people ask this question, the answers never stop amusing me :p .

Also, Doc doesn't plan to miss... he just bases his carry options on the hypothesis that he will be attacked by a minimum of ten people... most likely people of the ninja variety :p .
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Postby Jordan » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:43 pm

Seems like since I'm willing to add a not-so-witty-quip to the thread, least I can do is a carry dump. Well, a post duty day carry dump... no guns in uniform while in garrison, so a duty day dump would be pretty dull. :p

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For the record, I don't intend to miss 13 times... :D
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Postby Donut » Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:16 pm

Hey Doc, what is that non-push-dagger looking wooden thing on the right?
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Postby Orion's Belt » Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:39 pm

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Postby Dr. Snubnose » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:05 pm

tacticooledc wrote:Doc, after 5 years of carrying knives I still can't understand why you carry so many :D

I mean if you ever did have to use them and not your revolver (which you also have 2 of, do you plan on missing more than 5 times?), when would you ever need more than 2 knives? Are you expecting the blades to snap with every thrust/cleave?

I mean no offense by this post I just can't understand why you need so many redundancies :confused:
I have answered this questions too many times...If interested do a search of other threads related to EDC for the answer...and if you look closely there are three revolvers pictured in my EDC...Doc :D
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Postby Dr. Snubnose » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:09 pm

Donut wrote:Hey Doc, what is that non-push-dagger looking wooden thing on the right?
That's a Wooden push Dagger made by Nok of Nok Training knives called the Owl...slips right inside the fold of my card case and sticks out the top...She makes a thicker one as well that I have but forgot the name...can be seen on her web-site....Doc :D
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Postby I_collect_knives185 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:19 pm

Gunslinger wrote:Straight up pocket dump for todays carry.

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Where did you get that lanyard for the ladybug man? I could use one of those!
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Postby Creepo » Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:37 am

I_collect_knives185 wrote:Where did you get that lanyard for the ladybug man? I could use one of those!
Most of us probably make our knife lanyard ourselves, I included.

Our favourite material is paracord, you can find it in army surplus stores and several online stores. Beads can often be found in online stores as well.
Lighthound and Rotokid's shop (just google) for example sell both of these.

Lighthound also has a couple tutorials on a couple styles, (the one in the picture included) link.

You can also find pre-made lanyards in similar shops in case you don't feel like fooling around with cord yourself, I've also made a couple for other people. :)

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Postby Water_Gremlin » Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:30 pm

Spyderco Navaja, Fenix PD31, leatherman S2 juice and somehow two pennies made their way into my pocket.

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Postby chuck_roxas45 » Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:41 pm

Creepo wrote:Most of us probably make our knife lanyard ourselves, I included.

Our favourite material is paracord, you can find it in army surplus stores and several online stores. Beads can often be found in online stores as well.
Lighthound and Rotokid's shop (just google) for example sell both of these.

Lighthound also has a couple tutorials on a couple styles, (the one in the picture included) link.

You can also find pre-made lanyards in similar shops in case you don't feel like fooling around with cord yourself, I've also made a couple for other people. :)
Yah, but creepo makes some awesome lanyards. :D

Still early here but here's what I'm gonna carry today.

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Postby Gunslinger » Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:55 pm

I_collect_knives185 wrote:Where did you get that lanyard for the ladybug man? I could use one of those!
I made it, It reallly helps you grip the knife.
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Postby Donut » Fri Jul 08, 2011 4:58 pm

Dr. Snubnose wrote:That's a Wooden push Dagger made by Nok of Nok Training knives called the Owl...slips right inside the fold of my card case and sticks out the top...She makes a thicker one as well that I have but forgot the name...can be seen on her web-site....Doc :D
The thing I circled in red is a push dagger? That is one funny looking push dagger.

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