I live in a fairly humid area and have a bunch of HAP40 as well other tool steels. HAP40 Manbug or Dragonfly (without clip) are in the bottom of my pocket quite often. I haven't had any issues with corrosion.
I was thinking this way too until I took the clip off my FRN HAP40 Dragonfly to use on my Positron. One day I dropped the Dragonfly in the bottom of my pocket and carried it along with something bigger (PM2 or Manix?). I was really surprised at how well the Dragonfly carried in the bottom of my pocket. I couldn't even tell it was there. It's a little bigger than a Manbug but not enough to really feel. I still mostly carry a Manbug but now that Dragonfly gets carried on days I have something bigger on me.The Meat man wrote: ↑Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:45 pmThe two biggest reasons for me to go with the Manbug instead of the Dragonfly are 1) size, and 2) cost. I love the Dragonfly design; I don't think that anyone could argue that the MB fits the hand better than the Dfly. But for me the Manbug is too small to carry exclusively, and if I'm going to carry two knives, I want the secondary knife to be as small and light as possible.
O.o I like that idea too. Would make a great little agent's knife, regardless of the steel.
Maybe... although it might be hard to keep the clip from rotating.
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