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    New TDI is in da house!


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    I just got my new TDI with blaze orange scales. I ordered it as a replacement for the one I gave an LEO friend. I really like the TDI but at the time I felt he needed it more than I so I gifted him the knife. It took me a few months but I have one again. Woot!

    TDI carriers, please chime in.


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    Congrats. That was nice of you.love that orange. I love mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alude904 View Post
    Congrats. That was nice of you.love that orange. I love mine.
    Thanks. How do you carry yours?
    Last edited by singularity35; 06-19-2012 at 09:29 AM.

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    Cool, I've always liked that knife. It draws fast, right?

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    now is this strictly a self defense knife or do you users/owners find the ergonomics functional for more utilitarian tasks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Heelhook View Post
    Cool, I've always liked that knife. It draws fast, right?
    Yes, it draws quite fast and is quickly brought to bear.

    Quote Originally Posted by odd View Post
    now is this strictly a self defense knife or do you users/owners find the ergonomics functional for more utilitarian tasks?
    It's strictly an SD knife for me. I usually carry another knife, usually a folder for EDC tasks.

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    I carry a black TDI: nice of you to give yours away! I'd never give mine away

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    It's so nice to see your post, I appreciate it very much!

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    Yes its pretty much for self defense. Its ergos are great but if you read my review of it, i talk about the type of steel and how it was chosen with only self defense in mind. Since i carry my firearm at 4 oclock, this knife is limited to my left side and i carry at it at my 11with the handle positioned for reverse grip

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    Thanks, keep it coming guys.

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    I like the orange grips. I love my TDI I carry it behind my mags on my belt. I use mine for all sorts of tasks it's always the most convenient knife when I'm working. Very nice of you to gift your first one to a LEO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper715 View Post
    I like the orange grips. I love my TDI I carry it behind my mags on my belt. I use mine for all sorts of tasks it's always the most convenient knife when I'm working. Very nice of you to gift your first one to a LEO.
    Thanks but my friend was always getting in harm's way in the line of duty. The least I could do was to give him a knife that he could trust.

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    I really like mine, handy blade. I don't care about the SD aspect, but it is a great EDC knife, gets sharp as a scalpel! I think it will be a good knife for field-dressing deer...will find out this fall.

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    I've always been oddly attracted to the TDI fixed blades after a close friend of mine started carrying one as a general purpose EDC and field knife. I never gave the design much merrit for more utilitarian tasks but I suppose that I'm wrong.

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    Great knife. Just carried mine yesterday. You can barely tell she's there after getting used to it.

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    Yeh, I hardly notice it anymore.

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    Nice handles! I love my TDI. I had my wife stitch the sheath into a Blackhawk pocket pistol holster, size #1. It draws from my pocket much faster than my belt. No shirt lifting required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Johonnesson View Post
    Nice handles! I love my TDI. I had my wife stitch the sheath into a Blackhawk pocket pistol holster, size #1. It draws from my pocket much faster than my belt. No shirt lifting required.
    That's interesting. Can you post pics please?

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    I hope I posted this correctly. I apologize for my learning curve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Johonnesson View Post
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    I hope I posted this correctly. I apologize for my learning curve.
    Thanks!

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