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Re: Fixed Blade Knives


Post by Pariah3j » Fri Aug 17, 2018 3:19 pm

Gotta second the love for ESEE knives - I have an ESSE 3 Mil that I use as an EDC, its a 3.5 inch fixed blade, just a smaller version of the ESEE 5 really. It comes with a hard case and clip, I just clip it to my belt or one of my knife pockets on the front of my pants.

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Re: Fixed Blade Knives


Post by C-dub » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:01 pm

Now I have a new problem. In less than a month I've acquired three new knives.

The first one was that little Obake Skoshi. I fixed it up with some paracord and carry it around my neck under my shirt. I haven't tried it on my belt or IWB as it is intended yet, but that may be coming. Especially in light of today's arrival. More on that in a bit.

Next came the knife I decided on that was also the reason I started this thread. I started off in one direction and ended up with a CRKT Sakimori designed by James Williams.

Today's arrival was the Obake.

Here's the real problem. Now I'm kinda wanting the Shinbu and HIsshou.
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Re: Fixed Blade Knives


Post by AndyC » Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:15 pm

I like James' designs - he sent a friend-request to me on FB a few years ago before I'd even heard of him. That Hisshou is NICE :)
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