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What's your EDC?


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Post Mon May 30, 2016 6:17 pm

Re: What's your EDC?

Thanks mib i will say i am not a big fan of American style straight edge tanto blades but i do thoroughly enjoy the Japanese style with the slight curve on each cutting edge and i do find myself doing frequent pocket checks to make sure its still there lol


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Post Mon May 30, 2016 9:28 pm

Re: What's your EDC?

Stretch wrote:Oh, oh, I wanna play too! These are the knives that rotate through being my edc depending on what I'm doing that day. On a normal work day it will be the PM2 in the left pocket and the p'kal in the right.

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Nice! Been looking at a Yojimbo 2. How you like yours. Is the little fixed blade an Izula/Izula 2? How would you rate it for EDC/Bushcraft?



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Post Mon May 30, 2016 10:26 pm

Re: What's your EDC?

To tell the truth the Yo2 just hasn't worked well for me. The workmanship and materials are top notch but I just have a really hard time opening it quickly. I even clamped it into a VMC at work and opened the thumb hole up to 14.5 mm and reshaped the scales to allow easier access. Which helped but it still isn't nearly as easy to open as even my Enduras. I do have big hands however so it might work better for others.

That is indeed an Izula2, I cannot possibly say enough good things about that little knife. I find I'm able to do just about anything I need to as far as bushcraft goes. Obviously you will want something larger for chopping wood but that's about it really. It's never my only knife but I find myself using it 99% of the time. It, like every Esee knife I've ever owned is extremely tough, holds a good edge and is easy to sharpen.

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