Like, Maybe Every Other Day or So Carry (Grip and Necker)
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The Griptilian. Good knife. A little bit of experience with it and the handle and axis lock just become part of your hand. Whisper smooth. Takes an unbelievable edge for a multi-purpose knife. And a semiserrated folder with a thumb stud in a neck sheath is a seriously handy thing. It's considerably more of a force multiplier than a lot of fast opening knives because it's easier to get to and draw one handed. You know, because you're holding the envelope that you are opening, or the rope you need to slice, or the item you're about to cut in two, in your other hand? Sometimes it's about the tool, sometimes it's about how you use it. :)
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Jonduncan316
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Feb 11, 2020
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Love my kydex holsters for neck carry. If you get a bead chain, no one Can use the lanyard against you. I always worry someone will grab that before I get a chance to grab a knife 🤷🏻‍♂️
Feb 11, 2020
reswright
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Feb 11, 2020
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all mine have quick disconnect snaps on the back for that reason. I used to slipknot them so anyone trying to grab one would go off balance whilst trying. Bit of a trap -- they think they're gonna grab that and pull and pull your neck with it, and instead there turns out to be a couple feet more slack in the lanyard because of the double slipknot construction, meanwhile you are expecting them to go for it and that means you're ready to counter when it doesn't work and they're off balance. If it's not a serious fight you can just drop them with their own momentum. If it's a serious fight their legs will be forward, which is where they keep their femoral artery. :) I'm getting more polite in my old age, and now I just fit them with quick snap disconnects -- a quick jerk won't disengage them but a hard one will.
Feb 11, 2020