Will Duncan’s everydaycarry.compocket dump is a minimalist masterpiece. The 9mm GLOCK 43 is a phenomenal mouse gun with one drawback: it came out after the .380 42. So a lot of buyers jumped too soon. While Mr. Duncan’s rocking a fine Spyderco Silverax Folder Carbon Fiber/G-10 Plain edge Folding Camping Knife, I’d like to point out that it lacks . . .
an Emerson Wave.
As the video above demonstrates, the Emerson Wave facilitates fast, efficient, one-handed opening. Which frees a defender’s other hand/arm to attack of defend at the same time. All my EDC knives are Wave-enabled.
If you carry a knife that’s waveless, no problem. Just practice getting to it really quickly, without cutting yourself, after you’ve emptied you gun.
Yes, there is that.
How many people who carry a knife for self-defense practice drawing their knife after they’ve spent their ammo? Not many — if only because the range officer might be more than slightly alarmed. But you should. You really should. Otherwise, you might forget you’re secondary weapon system (not including the flashlight).