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    This is what I'm currently rocking. You can see in one of the pics how the tip of a saya pokes out.
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    I've got a new one headed my way soon with 20 knife slots.The bottoms adjust to fit any size handle. There are a few zippered pockets you can't see in the pictures too. I found a guy on Etsy I've been collaborating with and he's been great to work with. Very affordable as well. I know at least 2 other forum members have some of my friend's work as well.
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    I'll send some pics when I get all of my junk in there.

    Oh well, I've been posting pics on KKF for over a year, and this is the first time I've uploaded them straight from my 'puter.........
    ......won't do this again! I'll take the time to put the next ones on photobucket instead!
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    Knerd, pics are loading.
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    This is one from the same gent knerd ids referring to. Great freaking bag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by franzb69 View Post
    how is it holding up to everyday use? how long have you had it? =D
    Yeah not bad, being that it's quite slim its easy to store during service, slides between or under things quite easy.
    Think I've had it around 4 years, it would be even better if it was a hard case, aluminium etc, but the outside cleans up fine if it gets liquid on the outside.

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    Yeah not bad, being that it's quite slim its easy to store during service, slides between or under things quite easy.
    Think I've had it around 4 years, it would be even better if it was a hard case, aluminium etc, but the outside cleans up fine if it gets liquid on the outside.
    good to hear. might get one when i end up having nowhere else to store my knives. and i already have three bags starting to get full. lol.

    oh well. need to cut down.

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    Sample 5 knife set up. Notice the Jaw leather roll is no match for a 300 Yanagi. I'm not sure I dig the rivets but the height on Marc4pt0s roll makes me a little jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Niloc View Post
    I Switch them around a lot but this is a normal amount for me on any given day. Looks like its about 9-10 knives



    Oh wow that looks more like a tool bag! I image it's easier to use though since you don't have to really open up anything. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by franzb69 View Post
    that would be great if you drove around in a car. but if you were going to commute, that would raise some eyebrows. =D
    LOL Yea... I think I would be a little concerned if I were in the subway and saw that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    This is what I'm currently rocking. You can see in one of the pics how the tip of a saya pokes out.
    Attachment 16280Attachment 16281Attachment 16282

    I've got a new one headed my way soon with 20 knife slots.The bottoms adjust to fit any size handle. There are a few zippered pockets you can't see in the pictures too. I found a guy on Etsy I've been collaborating with and he's been great to work with. Very affordable as well. I know at least 2 other forum members have some of my friend's work as well.
    Attachment 16283Attachment 16284
    I'll send some pics when I get all of my junk in there.

    Oh well, I've been posting pics on KKF for over a year, and this is the first time I've uploaded them straight from my 'puter.........
    ......won't do this again! I'll take the time to put the next ones on photobucket instead!
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    I'm excited for your 20 slot knife bag though!

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    I currently use a koobi kit which usually has approx 9 knives plus tools. But I just ordered a 360mm dragon suji and wonder if anyone knows of a case that will accommodate something that large.

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