I carry this Blind Horse Knives Frontier First Patch Knife in a deep-carry kydex sheath that hangs inside my right front pocket.
I had Kiah make me a kydex sheath for horizontal carry so I could carry that neat little micra Canadian Mike Stewart came up with and personally that thing is the most carried fixed blade of my entire life. I always loved the ones from Bob Dozier in this set up and have owned several but even his smallest one was not small enough for me. When this little 12C27 Micra Canadian thing came around it was almost as if it had my name on it. I have it on my belt a lot here lately.
Another BlindHorse Patch knife same as the First patch, but a flat grind. This was one of their monthly specials. I get cracks and splits on the tip of my right thumb in the Winter months and folders are painful to open and close.
Google the Boker Vox Rhino. looks cool, ergonomic, small, killer edge and grind.
best $35 i ever spent on a knife.
Here's my EDC, UNK in a KSF pocket sheath. I carry this in my front left pocket.
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That's an uncommon Old Timer, made by the Imperial Schrade Corporation. Specifically it's the 156OT, named the Lit'l Finger.
what is that tiny knife center screen?????
Hi deermaster -
You have seen a lot of great options here, but I will add a couple more for you from my friend John Kiedaisch of JK Handmade Knives -
Here is my EDC Kephart in maple. This knife, as you can see, is just about the same size as an Izula. John also makes this in a smaller size that is even more pocket-friendly, although this knife is not objectionable carried in the front pocket.
The next knife is John's Small Simple Scandi, a reasonably priced little utility knife that I find is VERY handy to have around camp etc.
This one is a little smaller than the EDC Kephart, but the blade has a little more belly, and the scandi grind is well suited for most cutting needs.
I think John still makes the sheaths with pocket clips if someone requests, and he is also doing some really clean kydex work these days as well.
best regards -
Proud Supporter of JK Knives #12 BCCI Life Member 2315 Order Of KAI #18 Andy
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I like to tuck my Izula into my pocket on occasion. I'll also be pocketing my KFU EDC Nessmuk when it gets here.
Wohlwend necker. Unfortunately, sheaths that follow the blade profile just don't work for me for pocket carry most of the time because I don't like the knife-shaped outline showing on the outside of my pocket. I'm considering getting a sheath for this with a squared-off end to more closely match my pocket shape. If I do that, this'll be in my pocket A LOT.
I bought this one as a result of this very thread.
Here's two that work for pocket carry, a Neckmuk and Kephart EDC from JK Knives
also a Tom Brown Tracker JR from TOPS, and Essee Izula II and a BHK Bushbaby
I carry one of my Bark River Mini-Canadians every single day.
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God bless John Moses Browning.
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wow thanks for all the pics. that was like knife porn....
The last boot pic was at a University Hospital.
I am not getting caught without ,but don't want to get a custom confiscated(plus my pocket ain't this deep)
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