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As Rufus writes, “These items are not meant to look pretty, but to be used and show wear with Texan pride.” Check out the details on all of his gear at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. Cool watch. I still prefer a solid locking folder or fixed blade over a multitool though. Just my preference.

    • I must have tried 50 different multi tools and in the end it’s always easier to just have a pouch of real tools handy. i can be done with 90% of my minor tasks in less time than it takes me to screw around with those crappy bits they use.

      • Generally I don’t carry a fixed blade for “EDC”. Usually it’s a largish locking folder like a SOG Spec Elite or a Spyderco Matriarch. When I do carry a fixed blade it depends on what I’m doing.

        Camping/Hiking on foot: TOPS Brothers of Bushcraft (4.75″ blade)

        Something where I want a fixed blade but I’m in and out/on and off of vehicles a lot: Benchmade Nimravaus (4.5″ blade)

        Certain sketchy places: Boker Applegate Fairbairn “boot knife” (4.75″ double edged blade)

        Sometimes when having “too much knife” seems like a good idea: TOPS Legion 6.0 (6.7″ blade)

  2. MUT is fine piece of kit, but inwardly, I cannot but question common sense of people who carry Tread. Coolness factor never goes away, I guess.

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