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Discussion in 'Cold Steel Knives' started by goodshepherdknives, May 10, 2013.
Recon 1 Tanto/Serrated right in the back pocket
Cold Steel AK47, used to carry it as an EDC but have changed for now as I found my AK47 a little big and heavy and was not comfortable in my pocket - still think its one of the strongest knives I own.
Newer model AK-47 or 4" Ti-Lite with the Aluminum scales. Both are nice EDC's and last ditch..
Rajah 3 always.
Kudu in back poc. Nice throw away beater.
is my most EDC Cold Steel knife
Espada large or Triad AK-47 with Mini-tac Kiridashi or Bowie Spike...
Lately a Mackinac Hunter. I almost grabbed a Lone Star but ordered some more Mora's and a big Victorinox RangerGrip 78 instead. I'll get that Lone Star one of these days.
mini recon 1 tanto
American Lawman full size and just got a medium Voyager tanoto that I modded to spanto. Really like how the AUS8 takes a nice edge.
I currently only own one Cold Steel knife . . . a vintage PE Mini Culloden. It occasionally gets carried under a shirt with a paracord shoulder rig. I used to carry a full sized Culloden (owned 2) or a Vaquero Grande (owned 3, all old style with the IWB Kydex sheath), but Colorado laws prohibit concealed carry of blades over 3.5" long. Respectfully, Lynn should bring back the old style Cullodens as well as the IWB sheaths for the VG. The Braveheart just doesn't compare to the Culloden, and I much preferred IWB to pocket clip carry for the VG.
This beauty could often be found in my pocket...
And since that's a rather big knife I also carry this:
And here are reviews of them with more pictures, unfortenately for most of you good people here it's in Swedish
Code 4: http://cykligare.blogspot.se/2014/04/cold-steel-code-4.html
Mini Tuff Lite: http://cykligare.blogspot.se/2013/11/little-big-knives-cold-steel-mini-tuff.html
Ak47 I am never without it.
I'm partial to the Cold Steel Recon 1, as a matter of fact, I give my reason in this youtube video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWCY8InY4ps , let me know what you think.
Today it's this friendly beast...
Rajah 3 serrated or XL voyager tanto are the most common cold steel blades I rotate into my edc set up. Sometimes in the woods its the rajah 2
In a few weeks, the 'large' Vaquero Voyager (w/Tri-Ad lock) will have it's third year of being my EDC.
I find that the large is so light, and just the right size, as to be literally forgotten about when carried.