submitted by scottishdave
hi, just thought i’d snap a quick pick of my edc. this site is amazing site, keep up the outstanding work. cheers
Editor’s Note: Thanks for the kind words, Dave. I like the hardware on that keyring! It’s also nice to see multitools being used for primary blades, too. It sort of helps to dispel the misconception that dedicated folding blades are used solely as weapons (i.e., as in for unlawfully killing people. I am just as surprised at the amount of people who think knives are only capable of stabbing as the people who think this are surprised at the amount of people who carry knives). The wear on most of your extra bits and prybar especially also shows that the tools EDCers keep with them actually get use and aren’t just for show. I’m getting a little off topic so sorry for the rant, but thanks for submitting!
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