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Summer '16 Carry

Maker (age 34)
Coeur d Alene, Idaho
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Added a couple of items to the daily carry. A CRKT squid pocket knife from Lucas Burnley with a custom Stonewash brass scale is one of them. It's not a bad little knife for such an affordable price. I also had to replace my Colonel Littleton Brass pocket knife since the TSA trashed my previous one. The Otto Beerd Comb has been a favorite back pocket piece since it's hard to find a good brass comb that is small enough to be a comfortable daily carry.

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I love how you combined and matched everything. You stayed consistent with brass and leather and this is right up there with some of the best EDC's that I've ever seen.
Thanks Andreja, and I appreciate your eye for the details.
Nice setup and carry.
If that SP101 Engraved is .357 I'm actually looking at pulling the trigger on one. My local toy store has one out the door for $699.00. Sexy wheel gun!
Yes sir, that's a 357 mag, and 700 is what I also paid. Great piece to pack around.
Nice pocket dump. The grip on your revolver, wood and rubber? If so, nice combo of looks and grip.
Yes, it's mostly rubber for the recoil absorption, but with rosewood interior panels to dress it up nicely. Thanks Jeff!
Not sure why the auto image compression here on the EDC site adds a ton of noise to the image on upload, but this is the second time it's happened.

Here's a more clear photo: http://craftandlore.tumblr.com/image/146520056824/
Who machined those hand scales for your squid?
was it a burnley custom order?
The scales are made by another guy that I met in the EDC Underground group on FB. I believe you can order them in brass and copper at tacticalhardware.com
Cool thanks i'll check it out