Your Every Day Carry

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    56B7870D-A47A-405C-861F-C5B8BF4A5C0C.jpeg Today’s carry
     
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    I really like the RS, wish it was the same thicknes as the 3, then it would be perfect. 20190606_181405.jpg
     
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    50DC4A14-A495-42D5-A027-8482E9CE8C2C.jpeg This is why I carry !
     
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    I'm happy to see another POM carrier. It's nice to have a quality alternative to carrying the larger SabreRed cans since they've effectively gone to the crappy slide then push actuated button on all their keychain sized models or the good button but with gel.
     
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    Yeah, way easier than carrying an MK6. From the limited testing I've seen of it, it seemed to work well.
     
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    I took a couple of shots from one during a FOF workout when we first got them and couldn't tell a difference between it and the SabreRed. Both sucked to be hit with.
     
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    Where on earth did you find that Indian (skull) head Nickle?
     
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    STI Staccato? That's a hot rig, my friend. ;)
     
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    New EDC folder - CRKT M16-14DSFG

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    I got it with a single purpose - self defence blade to carry with the G45, it will be kept razor sharp and I hope it will never see any use, but it is sure nice to have it, both in the city, rural areas and mountain huts as a distance maker and last ditch weapon. It is actually pretty sturdy and has great grip. I usually like triad locks the best and hate liner locks (bad experience with AlMar Sere 2000 and a Spyderco Military), but with the auto Lawks, the strength of this lock is more than enough for its intended purpose, IMO.
     
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    This has become my standard setup, might eventually switch to a p365 but for now I really like the 9mm p320c, it just shoots and functions so well... And with the jm custom holster I can conceal it quite well even on my 160 pound 6'2" runners frame body. The 3 mil gets very little use, it rides at about 7 o'clock as my backup/oh crap I need a really sharp knife to cut this seatbelt. View attachment 47235 20190724_121527.jpg
     
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    Nice EDC! Looks like the Adamas has been well used. I keep going back and forth on getting one.
     
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    Haha it has been, definitely an overkill folder but it makes an awesome one knife edc and it actually isn't bad to carry around. If you can, get the auto, it is worth it both practically and for the cool factor.
     
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    The Adamas is my favorite folder and edc replacing my PM2. It's big and heavy and I feel that if it should break I was doing it wrong.
     
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    This (Turret) has been my EDC for awhile now. It’s a bit slimmer than the Adamas but still a large/heavy folder. Some day I’ll pull the trigger on the Adamas.

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    Lately I’ve been carrying a combination of these.

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    The dragonfly hawkbill and Benchmade proper are my work carry. I carry the matriarch 2 and shaman when I’m away from the sheep. The possum gear pouch has a couple bandaids, glasses wipes, and a mini box lighter.
     

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