Show your ESEE knives!

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by 91bravo, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. The Marsh Gorilla

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    Just added another - the ESEE 6.

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    Do these things have a tendency to multiply? :D
     
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    One more ESEE 6 for the stable.....

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    Those colors are killer, nice blade!
     
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    Two 3D 6 is the way to go! One to beat the hell out of and one in pristine condition for weddings :D When I get all the ones I want, I will definitely get a second 6, it's a magic blade.
     
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    Thanks! I wasn’t sure what I’d think of it when looking at it online, but once it arrived I loved it.

    Family photo with better lighting.....

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    They're all so shiny still lol. I've got the desert tan 5 and izula ii but I'm diggin the darker one too.. hmm another reason to get more sharp things
     
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    It’s true lol.

    I haven’t had the opportunity to do any serious work with them yet, but I’m impressed with the way they feel in hand. Thus, they’ve multiplied.
     
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    My first ESEE. The next one will be an Imlay, for work, where I get wet daily.

    And I will be buying a few this year as gifts.

    This is my first attempt at horizonal carry.

    I will see if it can be comfy?

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    I am waiting for a spare sheath for my Izula 2 to try similar horizontal setup.
     
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    Is that a Streamlight Protac 2aa I spy in the pocket? If so that's my edc light.. killer light
     
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    Yes it is.

    I have 5 or 6 of them.

    I carry that with me to work, and have 3 backups in my backpack. It's easier and quicker than changing batteries in the night.

    They were all provided for by the company.

    I have been a flashlight aficionado for the last 40+ years. This has been the best one yet.

    Super reliable.

    God forbid the day I get caught without a great knife and flashlight on my person.

    We have 7 million gallons of water outside, and another 3 million gallons inside our facility. So I want the ESEE Imlay rescue next, so I need not worry about rusting up a blade.

    I think it with perfect to have at work, and it's non threatening, for the HR people :)

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    I have uh... a few. I was taught growing up you can't have to many flashlights, knives, or things that go bang. I live by that still. The protac is always on me. It's a great blend of lumen vs power consumption in a small package. I have retired from river work but I used to build barges and boats. Worked midnights and a reliable light and knife was a life saver. If you were caught up in a rope or dark it was never good.
    Sorry to get off topic a bit! Let us know how the horizontal carry goes, I've thought about trying that a few times
     
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    I did like the horizonal carry this weekend. But the TekLok pressed against my spine in the truck and when sitting in chairs.

    So I am trying out these straps. So far they are very comfy and rock solid on my belt.

    I already had the the extra sheath.

    I absolutely love this ESEE.

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    FYI the scout straps are very comfy.

    I was able to wear this all day and had little discomfort.

    Just needed to be careful when entering my truck, as I can snag the handle when getting into my seat.

    I will be using these regularly
     
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    Carried my Xancudo this weekend. I really love this knife!
     

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    I've had several ESEEs, but this 3 with the clip point and serrations is becoming a favorite. It came with the TKC scales when I picked it up used, but I swapped back to the original linen micarta. I mounted a pouch from Program J on the sheath to carry a bit of kit. The webbing on the pouch is sandwiched between the sheath and clip plate.

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