Kershaw is a brand that’s cropped up a few times seems good value
Nice.I like my Greptilian Mini (Benchmade). There's a bigger (regular) version that fits people with "normal sized" hands.
Good advice.Learn to sharpen tools correctly and keep them sharp. The most dangerous knife in the kitchen/on the belt/etc. is the dull one A small sharpening stone or steel . . .
I don't always carry concealed, but when I do, I prefer Dos Equis.Become interested in everydaycarry sites .. Anyone else a fan? I’m in UK so laws a bit stricter on certain items, but wouldn’t mind some suggestions on what people carry..
Nice choice, IMHO, but I don't think the OP will be considering that...he's in the UK where even a locking knife is an issue, alas.I don't always carry concealed, but when I do, I prefer Dos Equis.
Sorry, I couldn't resist. Seriously, I am partial to the Sig P365. It is just about the smallest and most concealable quality 9mm that can carry 10+1 rounds. With an inside-the-wasteband holster, you can carry it concealed it while only wearing a t-shirt assuming the t-shirt isn't tight fitting.
In really cold weather where I am donning a large coat, I carry something larger like a Walther P99 or a Sig p229.
As long as the firearms is top-notch quality (and by that, I mean REALIABLE), it then comes down to personal preference after that. And it has to be comfortable, even when sitting down in a car. You won't carry it everyday if it is causing discomfort.
Good point. I don't always read the full thread before jumping the gun (no pun intended). One of my best friend's is from England and he has described how restrictive the gun laws are there.Nice choice, IMHO, but I don't think the OP will be considering that...he's in the UK where even a locking knife is an issue, alas.
Well, in be fair, I know most from other countries are so conditioned to such prohibitions that we here in the USA often seem like violence loving barbarians. I try (and often fail) to explain that this really has little or nothing to do with loving guns, but rather loving freedom and the means necessary to protect it.Good point. I don't always read the full thread before jumping the gun (no pun intended). One of my best friend's is from England and he has described how restrictive the gun laws are there.
That is a military can opener.Three thoughts:
1. Women have always had an great advantage in regards to EDC becuase of "the purse". When men carry a bag, they tend to get funny looks from men and women, even when you aggressively assert that it is "an action bag", tactical appearances notwithstanding.
2. Ahhhh, the P38...could be many things, but...I suspect it is one of these (which is found on my key chain as well):
3. Nice list.