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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    With the kydex, warm it up in your oven at about 200F, watch to see when it gets malleable, pull it out, insert your knife and squish the crap out of it with hard foam, or tea towel (pressing all over). This will tighten it up and make worthless useful.
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    Well I got in on the fake dogfish bandwagon too!
    Never worked with kydex so I'm glad to know that kydex can be reformed using heat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xuz View Post
    Well I got in on the fake dogfish bandwagon too!
    Never worked with kydex so I'm glad to know that kydex can be reformed using heat!
    Heat and a foam press.


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    Don't really where it as a necker anymore, but did at one time. Now it's normally in my pocket.

    CRKT F4-02 Carson Design. Little guy, 2.5" blade, 5.5" total. AUS-6M stainless. Takes a screaming edge, and holds it nicely. Nice plastic sheath, still hold good after years of service, but did break the belt clip. She's been through a lot, and still always comes out strong.

    Was litterly an impulse buy at an outfitter store just off the AT in upstate NY after a week hike in 2002, and lost my other. Cant remember the price, but was well worth it. Is now discontinued I think.

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    I don't know why I keep weighing in, but the Carson CRKT reminded me that the best necker I've used is the Minimalist. Tiny, light, strong and a fantastic sheath. It clips in tight, comes out with a push of the thumb, takes up little roo in the pocket and is a tough little bugger. However, it still lost out to a Spyderco folder.
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    I have a Minamilist too, but lost the sheath somehow. I keep saying I'm going to make a new one, by I never do. It is a great little knife
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    I have an ESEE Izula that I carry on occasion. I think neck knives are super cool but in practice I don't like a knife hanging around my kneck.
    So this weekend I finally got around to wrapping the Izula handle with paracord which helps the grip of tremendously. I also ditched the paracord I was using to keep it around my knock and got a dog tag style chain. Both of these little improvements make the knife much nicer to carry around my neck.

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    My EDC/necker rotation. Neckers: Del, Randy and Ryan Weeks. Pocket knives: Ryan Weeks, CRKT Sampa and a ZT 0350.

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    I love the pocket watch Mike.
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    Here's a pic of my ESEE Izula with new paracord wrap. It's a cool little knife, but I'd like to get a kydex sheath for my Benchmade Snody 210 and carry that instead.


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