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    EDC Light and Knife photo thread

    Have at it, fellas. Let us know why you chose what you did, and how it's working out for you.
    Please don't quote the entire post with photos when asking questions or commenting.

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    i'm 1st .....
    ive always used Surefire lights, and i upgraded from the older Defender model to an LED light awhile back and im loving the longer battery life.
    the Buck/TOPS knife is a newer buy. its a big beast of a folder and sharp as it gets.




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    well...guess I'll break out the camera gear again tonight....

    Here's a couple of older pics...that light is now mounted to my rifle...






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    Here's mine updated

    The CRKT M16-01MK and Streamlight Stylus Pro are in my pocket anytime I can have a knife on me. The Esee 3 Mil finds its way onto my belt more often than not.


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    EDC setup:
    (M&P 9FS, Comp-Tac MTAC Minotaur IWB, second mag in Comp-Tac carrier, OLD Surefire E2, Benchmade 5000SBK Presidio)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssracer View Post
    Here's mine updated

    The CRKT M16-01MK and Streamlight Stylus Pro are in my pocket anytime I can have a knife on me. The Esee 3 Mil finds its way onto my belt more often than not.
    That Esee 3 Mil looks solid.. How do you like it? How does the blade hold up?

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    It's by far the best knife I have ever owned and I plan on getting a few more from their lineup. The blade has a sharp edge that has yet to falter...I even used it to trim some aluminum burrs off the end of that stream light after it got nicked. Got a good weight to it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    Have at it, fellas. Let us know why you chose what you did, and how it's working out for you.
    Please don't quote the entire post with photos when asking questions or commenting.
    Where's your's?
    Proven combat techniques may not be flashy and may require a bit more physical effort on the part of the shooter. Further, they may not win competition matches, but they will help ensure your survival in a shooting or gunfight on the street. ~ Paul Howe

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonconsiglio View Post
    Where's your's?
    ZT0360.SKD and a Sunwayman V10R XML. the ZT0360.SKD is a collaboration between ZT and SKD tactical, and i've found it to be my perfect EDC-sized knife - light, not too large. i have quite a few knives, and keep going back to this one for EDC.

    the V10R XML is small and light weight, and uses a single CR123 or 16340 rechargeable battery, and can go from 1 lumen to 460 lumens (with the 16340 battery). it's an awesome little light with infinite variable output control using the ring behind the bezel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    ZT0360.SKD and a Sunwayman V10R XML. the ZT0360.SKD is a collaboration between ZT and SKD tactical, and i've found it to be my perfect EDC-sized knife - light, not too large. i have quite a few knives, and keep going back to this one for EDC.

    the V10R XML is small and light weight, and uses a single CR123 or 16340 rechargeable battery, and can go from 1 lumen to 460 lumens (with the 16340 battery). it's an awesome little light with infinite variable output control using the ring behind the bezel.
    A friend of mine carries one of the Zero Tolerances and I really like the way they feel. I've never heard of that light before. 460 out of that little thing is wild.
    Proven combat techniques may not be flashy and may require a bit more physical effort on the part of the shooter. Further, they may not win competition matches, but they will help ensure your survival in a shooting or gunfight on the street. ~ Paul Howe

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