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EDC Club

For folks who find a knife in their pocket- most everyday

Location: in the pocket
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Latest Activity: Aug 18

We are the EveryDay Carriers!

We here at the EDC Club are the side of the knife hobby who are the "Users." We are the EveryDay Carriers. Yes, we probably have one or two stuck back either due to sentimental reasons, or the knife was one of those- "just couldn't say no" when we first saw it and now it is a trophy knife in our possession, BUT, for the most part, we are users.

It's hard for us to imagine spending hundreds, thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars on knives - then stashing them away and not putting them to task, like they were made for. We help knives fulfill their destiny! Yes, they get scratched, tips broken off, and lost, but sitting there collecting dust, all the while its screaming to be carried and used- not our knives.

Granted we may rotate our EDC's in and out based on what we are doing for the day, or our moods, and may even retire one every now and then, but use them we do and are proud of it!

Discussion Forum

Do you EDC more than you can carry in you pocket?

Started by Emory Alexander. Last reply by J.J. Smith III May 19. 2 Replies

Do you carry more than one knife for EDC?

Started by William Cutting. Last reply by Syd Carr Dec 20, 2016. 180 Replies

Do you have work EDC's and after work EDC's ?

Started by Kevin (KWJ). Last reply by 7.5mas Nov 14, 2016. 7 Replies

Do you feel the need to EDC a traditional folder?

Started by Emory Alexander. Last reply by Don "Grump01" Hunter Oct 8, 2016. 42 Replies

Favorite Knife Company Contest

Started by Scott King. Last reply by Leo Lantz Oct 8, 2016. 154 Replies

What's your best deal, trade, or find on a knife???

Started by J.T. [HELLZZARMY]. Last reply by Doug Webber Aug 10, 2015. 51 Replies

where is the edc vs bug out bag line?

Started by Wendell Watson. Last reply by Clint Thompson Jul 5, 2015. 4 Replies

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Comment by Bill Fletcher on December 17, 2016 at 8:49

My current EDC ---  Fletcher Hardware Co.  Detroit, 1863 -1913  Bullet end two blade jack.  Currently enjoying wrapping Christmas Presents for 2016 :-)

                             

Fletcher Hardware Co Detroit 1863 - 1913 Bullet End 2 Blade Jack (2)

Comment by D ale on October 9, 2016 at 16:17

An A.G. Russell Small Doctor's Knife in one of AG's small pouches, a Premier Schatt & Morgan 043081 Humpback Lockback Whittler, & a VG10 core laminated w/ 420 series stainless small dagger configured to hang from a belt loop.

Comment by Richard Schuchman on March 23, 2016 at 17:42

Wow, in these days of poor customer service just about everywhere you go, that's a great story! Makes me want to go buy a vest!

Comment by Tom Radde on March 23, 2016 at 17:12


“ Show us your holes!  …”

Well I most always carry in a belt sheath. Or something with a bale or lanyard, slipped in my back bucket, with the top of the lanyard sticking out. So it so it doesn’t wear a hole in my pants,

But the, ‘hole’, reminds me, about 20 years ago, I bought a Filson Wool vest.  And I wear one, about 5-6 months out of the year, almost every day.  Well the first one I had, got frayed after 11-12 years, from rubbing against my knife sheath, and gun holster. Had it patched a couple of time, but it just got to thin.  So Bought a new one.  

Sent the old one back, with a letter, saying thank you for 10 years of extreme service. about a week later, the CEO of Filson called, and said they were sorry they could not repair the one I sent it, and they were sending me a new on, at no charge.   I told him NO, I do NOT expect a new one, I just sent this one back, so you could see what 10 years of 5-6 months a year wear is.  They still sent me the new one.  (Now I have one, that is getting a little thin, and a NEW one, ready to replace it).

But, have bought many more Filson Wool items.  They are a bit spendy, but WELL worth it in the long run.

So, no holes in pants, but fraying on the bottom of a vest.

Comment by Richard Schuchman on March 23, 2016 at 15:39

Maybe they're just cheap material, then. I'm in Florida, which is pretty lax as far as knife laws go. I tried the fixed blade route (I have sheaths for all 3 of these) and even have a Gerber Applegate that has a pouch, but just didn't like bumping it with my arm all the time, plus the fact it makes it very obvious you have a knife. Maybe I should give it a second shot....

Comment by Clint Thompson on March 23, 2016 at 15:26

All I can say is your rough on your pants. I have been carrying pocket knives for 59 years, everyday and never did this to my pants. I would suggest an EDC fixed if your State law allows this. Ours does as long as it is under 4".

Comment by Richard Schuchman on March 23, 2016 at 15:00

Show us your holes! For a while I was carrying traditionals and I wore a hole in the bottom of my pocket. Now I've switched to modern knives with pocket clips, and NOW I have holes in the TOP of my pocket! Anyone find a remedy for this (other than buying a new pair of pants)?

Comment by Richard Schuchman on March 23, 2016 at 12:27

Glad to see someone EDCing some large blades! I have a Bedlam at my side right now. I have a BM 710 on the way, so we'll see who wins. Before that it was usually my CRKT Otonashi or Hissatsu, Boker Kwaiken or Mcusta Ice Storm. I did carry a Launch 1 for a while, but it had such a kick, I didn't want to drop it! Past edc's included a large Fossil and Nirk Tighe and Kershaw Leek, Shallot and Kuro...

Comment by John A Smithers on January 24, 2016 at 14:24

Hi all!  I have carried knives every day my whole life.  I like the knives everyone has posted.  I could see me carrying each one!

Today I carry only Switchblades, but I carry one every day.  I have retired my old folders for a long rest.  They have served me well.

Here is a picture of EDC line up:

Comment by elbin bunnell sr on December 20, 2015 at 13:56

time to win lol if i win

 
 
 
 

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