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We have a great group "EDC Club" and has a lot of good topics, but no place really to post your EDC. And you have to be a member of that club to post on that group. I have been using a couple of posts in that group for my EDC's but does not relate to the topic.

SO - how about an ongoing Discussion with pictures of what you are carrying today?.

What are your favorite EDC's?   What is your EDC lineup?

This will be for all IKC members, not just members of the EDC group.

So Post those Everyday Carrys and show us what you are carrying today.

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Its below zero here - but I am going out to the farm anyway, will carry a Camillus 4 Liner, made before I was born.

A nice tactical/slipjoint combo for me today:

MCusta Tactility

And a Schatt&Morgan single blade Gunstock

Makes for a very nice set (combined with a Leatherman on my belt) suitable for almost every possible scenario.

New sheathes arrived today and can now carry my leatherman sidekick comfortably horizontally and still also carry my Winchester 2.5" stockman

A very nice pair Alex.

Benchmade Lum LFTi and a Vic Master RT, just in case there is something the Lum can't or shouldn't handle.

Great knives, Alexander.  Mondays must be tough where you are (with the two knives, plus a Leatherman.  I'm looking at the "finger-groove" on the Mcusta and wondering how the "finger-groove" extension into the scales feels in the hand?

Carrying out to the farm today:

Thanks. Nah. I just enjoy stuffing my pockets with knives. I work in an office :-)

The MCusta if pretty comfortable. But I wouldn't want to use it for heavy whittling. It woujld get uncomfortable in a death grip.

Howard P Reynolds said:

Great knives, Alexander.  Mondays must be tough where you are (with the two knives, plus a Leatherman.  I'm looking at the "finger-groove" on the Mcusta and wondering how the "finger-groove" extension into the scales feels in the hand?

Thanks Rob, you should know about at least 50% of that pair.

Robert Burris said:

A very nice pair Alex.

Be careful, Ken.  I carried a nice stag Gerber folder for a while, and working on an early '50s old Farmall Cub's electrical connections (6 volt system), I got a nice electrical blade etch when it grounded.

Thanks Howard, I'll be careful, I don't do much electrical work.

I'd post in this discussion, but everyone would get tired of me saying A Zero Tolerance ZT0300TS (tiger stripe) every day. Yeah, I'm one of those weird ones that EDC's one knife all the time. LOL. Some great looking knives in here though!

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