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Fixed EDC blade?

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by The 49er, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. The 49er

    The 49er

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    Hey guys .... got a quick question on carry a fixed blade?

    I like the idea of a small fixed blade but am having a hard time deciding or finding the right one. Also hate to admit it I am not really great on figuring out the steels so here is what I am looking at can you guys give me any pro's or cons?

    The Broker Plus PSK

    The Broker Plus Fitz neck knife
     
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    wow ok just saw something called the Blackjack neck knife 154cm ... way to many choices lol
     

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    syntaxerrorsix Anti-Federalist CLM

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    These are popular as well.

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    A smaller version.

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  4. Irelander

    Irelander Glocker

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    I EDC an Izula II. It is a great knife and works well with IWB carry if you buy the clip plate. I love it.

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    I love the K-BAR necker.
     
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    Anything kabar BKT or esee. All fun and sharp and ergonomic. And hold their value.
     
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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    An Izula is about as good as it gets for a small, economic utility fixed blade.
     
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    Travclem Badass Member Lifetime Member

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    I prefer the Blackjack to the Izula because I prefer 154cm to 1095.
     
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    On that same website, look at the following Bark River (BRKT) knives:

    Mikro Canadian II (154CM)
    PSK (154CM)
    Pro Scalpel (3V)
    Little Carver (3V).

    There are several more, but these are the ones I like.