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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRoland View Post
    Cost isn't really the issue; the prices seem downright reasonable for the quality. I just get itchy with custom stuff that I couldn't immediately replace if I needed to or involve waiting in line for emails and the phrase "huge backlog".
    I get emails from Halloran pretty regularly with available knives. The Boker is probably a darn good copy of Mosier's original. Buy two and your set!

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  3. #533
    Quote Originally Posted by 1776United View Post
    Serious knife envy!!!!!

    So I'm starting to reconsider the clinch pick. I always carry a folder so it makes sense to get a defensive blade for those times I can't carry a firearm. Also, I got a gift card to Amazon which means I could have it in a couple days lol
    The Spyderco Reverse is also an excellent option in the same weight class.

    KCBRUIN makes a good suggestion on the Yojimbo fixed blade, too. The Street Beat is good if you want a more traditional fighting style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1776United View Post
    I'm not committed to a certain mode of carry. Although I think having a couple sheaths would serve me well. When I am at work I wear a uniform with a tucked in shirt so having a tuckable sheath would be ideal. I would also like to carry it in places like church in which a gun isn't allowed but I usually wear an untucked shirt.

    Lastly if I get one I would want to carry it while I'm carrying a pistol aiwb. I like the idea of having a knife that can be used for everyday tasks so I don't know if a cp would suit me well.
    I was speaking less to carry as that will largely be the same. How the knife is used and what knife will be used is the bigger factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionsAndDragons View Post
    The Spyderco Reverse is also an excellent option in the same weight class.

    KCBRUIN makes a good suggestion on the Yojimbo fixed blade, too. The Street Beat is good if you want a more traditional fighting style.
    The fixed blade Yojimbo is the Ronin I believe if you go that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCBRUIN View Post
    The fixed blade Yojimbo is the Ronin I believe if you go that route.
    Correct. The Ronin is an old, no longer made Spyderco fixed blade that came with a synthetic sheath.



    The Yojimbo is the folder. There is now a Yojimbo 2, but I like the ergos on the old one better.



    The Ronin does lend itself quite well to pocket or neck carry.


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    There's a Ronin 2 now that's still available.

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    You could land a plane on that sheath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orionz06 View Post
    You could land a plane on that sheath.
    I know. I have seen smaller flight decks.

    I need to send both of those Ronins to you, and have you make a neck sheath, pocket sheath, and inner jacket sheath - like the one that came with the old Bud Nealy MCS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCBRUIN View Post
    There's a Ronin 2 now that's still available.
    Yeah, I have seen those, and owned one briefly. The old one is more delicate, but a better slicer of meat. Considering the blade's purpose, traded the new Ronin II off for something else.

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