Sunday and your EDC :)

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  1. Chops

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    4F742456-46DB-47FA-BDB0-AC95CD8BB02B.jpeg Just picked this JK up and it instantly became a favorite. Never expected it but who’d of thought.

    It didn’t leave my neck all weekend and now it cut me a fine lime wedge and we relax.
     
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    If it's for Sunday, it's not an EDC (Every Day Carry). It's a Sunday, go-to-meetin' knife. AKA a gent's knife. I get your drift though.

    Here's mine, clad in pearl.

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    Here is my Sunday carry for today.
     
  4. BlueDogScout

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    Here is mine... unless I’m at work the the small northern hunter stays home...

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    The tool I've carried most consistently as an EDC for the last 35+ years has been the Buck 110 generally along with the SuperTool as backup or for general utility. I market gardened for a number of years and I often added the Kobalt or something similar for use in the truck patch and at the market.
    My hobbies now are centered more on foraging and bushcrafting activities so the Schrade plays a larger part in my gear selection - I have found that it fits well in the box cutter pouch and keeps the release lever for the 'spike' from wearing holes in my jeans. It (the Schrade), in my suit coat pocket and the small Queen in my slacks are part of my Sunday-go-to-Meeting 'load-out.' [​IMG]
     

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    This is my Sunday Go to Meeting and EDC
     

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    I love the marlin spiked model you have there. My dad had one when I was a kid and I've been keeping an eye out waiting for one to pop up at the right time. His was a Buck, very cool knife.
     
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    The yellow Moore Maker. The Tree Brand some times. DSCN2222.JPG
     
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    Beer Sunday with friends.

    I’ll go with it most of the summer.
     

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    My new everyday carry. Wilderness Spirit EDC.

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