recent purchases thread.

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  1. Twoody88

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    View attachment 54089 20200416_160624.jpg 20200416_155947.jpg 20200416_152459.jpg 20200416_152452.jpg Picked this blade and sheath up from @BobbyRatTail now the question is do i run it as a dangler or strap it to a junglas backing plate . This is going to be a big user this year excited to see how the reprofiled edge performs. Its looking sharp and still "hefty" ;). The regalia sheath is extremely nice too. Thinking of modding it and adding an esee style kydex slide lock with some smaller hardware to really lock it in
     
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    My vote is for the dangler! :)
     
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    I have tried neck knives. I want to like them but they make my neck itch like all heck. I have tried the “dog tag chain” rope all that. I use to were a chain no problem. I don’t know if it’s just that little extra weight or not. I got the armnous darn I forget the name and I’m tired. Look in the 2.5 thread I posted mine in there I love it in the wasteband
     
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    That’s way to big to strap to a Junglas.
     
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    I’d strap that to my leg and the Junglas on a pack at best. Biggest I’d mount on a Junglas is a 3, MAYBE. Gonna be one heavy SOB of a setup.
     
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    esee-3-desert-tan-blade-3d-blood-red-black-g10-handles-fixed-blade-3pmdt-004-31.jpg knifework-3milpblk__53338.1566589389.jpg Ordered these from tkc, I'm gonna put the new 3D scales on the mil and sell the tan one to help fund a pr4.
     
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    @ManOfSteel @Michael W. Noooo i dont mean piggyback it to the jubglas kydex. I mean strap the heft sheath to the jubglas factory molle backing plate. I strap my junglas to either a pack or a shoulder strap... junglas on its own is too heavy for me to comfortably wear off my belt couldn't imagine adding a 6 to it lol my candiru sheath is set up to piggyback on the jubglas kydex and i dont even like stacking that . I have the heft set up with a drop extension and dangler as of lastnight but going to swap it for a less of a drop and use a teklok asap. Prefer a higher (more concealed) and more stable ride
     
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    Least preferred form of carry also !
     
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    I got a Race Face Chester handlebar and new grips for the MTB, for a bit more control on trails.

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    vortex crossfire for my troy other firearm...anyone used this extensively? larue even makes a mount for it which i took as an endorsement as well. hard to justify an aimpoint micro t-2 for it until at least a few hundred rounds through it to see if i like it and it's reliable.

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    I have one in my hunting ar. No issues. And I'm not easy on hunting firearms.
     
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    I had ordered a couple 1/2 fero rods and a new sheath for my Benchmade 162. They all arrived today. I'm doing a kinda wet form on the sheath for the first time. It's already made a difference in how the knife fits. I'm going to let it dry till tomorrow then I'll treat the sheath and carry it around some. It's a Charlie Cline made piece I bought from his eBay store for around $40 shipped.

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    Haven’t got them in hand yet so no pics but I ordered a Tavor Sar (5.56) and a Galil Ace (7.62x39). They can’t come soon enough.....
     
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    Trailer parts..... have to rewire it so going to add an LED bar/strip to the back hooked to the reversing lights, ordered that and a new LED number plate light and while I am under there I will replace the U bolts and plates with some galvanised ones so that if I need to do a repair out in the arse of nowhere there is less chance of it all being rusted solid. I am really just doing odds and sods to occupy my days off at home....
     
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    Bushnell Backtrack D-tour for the mountain bike and a garmin 62cst for hiking use as well as a few more mags for my PTR 9KT (MP5K clone)
     
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    thanks! that's good to hear.
     
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    No problem!
     
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    Just got a bike rack for the new bike. This thing is amazing. It’s a 1up I wanted the hitch but they are super expensive and I want to get a hitch carrier for the supermoto so that will be back there and the bike on the top. 48A150D4-5115-4040-8CD1-4B55FED38C7B.jpeg 5E8821F0-B41C-4F20-B7B5-EE47A3FF380B.jpeg
     
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    ........because with a Jeep you need MULTIPLE options for getting home..... :D :D :D Sorry.....low hanging fruit... ;)
     

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