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Discussion in 'Personal EDC' started by mctacticool, Sep 4, 2015.
Got a repost from Fischer Space pens today...
Today we went to my grandmothers copperwedding, a traditional celebration of her and her husband having been married for 12 and half years...
Today’s carry was light... Really light...
Same old paracord bracelet
Guardin Defence Inc Coin
Parker Rollerball and Fountainpen
What's the make and model of the knife? Something that size would make a handy backup in my pocket organizer.
Its this one: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/253275378733
Not a lot of changes in my edc... Spent sunday bumming around at home (mostly) while the mrs has been out on shopping with her sister and is now at movies watching the latest installment of 50 shades of boring with a friend...
Guardian Defense Inc coin
Parker rollerball and fountainpen
Getting ready for my last two weeks of parking enforcement tomorrow, plan on doing nothing except being in my district...
Darn. Expected it to cost way more. Definitely going to pick one up. Thanks.
Its a really good small blade... Last summer i used it to cut up a lot of tape on cardboardboxes and various other junk i had to fit in garbagebags to take to the dump, it did good... And it fits in the coin pocket...
I remember the name now. Was on a forum years ago and we had a good discussion on quality, low priced blades. Of course, Morakniv was a hit and Sarenmu came up quite a bit.
I have 2 Sanrenmu's and they are definately not the last i'm gonna buy, i've never really been a fan of Mora, i'm more into Vangedal for cheap fixie... Here i'm quoting myself from another forum...
So have anyone on here ever heard about the Vangedal fixed blade ?? Its the traditional scout knife here in little old Denmark, i had one but lost it to black toxic mold. One day i'll get one again....
Link to my local knifedealer: http://www.thegoodstuffshop.dk/product.asp?product=34437
I love my Mora "Kansbol". My "Companion" is reserved for kitchen duty or for cleaning fish. I just love the Scandinavian grind and semi-carbon steel. The Kansbol alloy isn't fully stainless so it's still incredibly easy to sharpen. I know the Danish make good blades too. I like the traditional style of that one. Not having a Scandinavian grind is a deal breaker for a hiking/fishing knife. I'm going to peruse the site you mentioned. I would like a Danish fixed blade.
If he won't ship to the US let me know, i'll go and buy it for you and throw it in the mail...
Those of you who have kept up with me this far will notice something new...
Lamy Safari 180
Rite In The Rain Pen
This is also my first ever photo taken i Raw format and postprocessed in Lightroom, so far i like using Lightroom, and as soon as there is money for it i will subscribe monthly...