Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by Jeff Randall, May 26, 2017.
Thats a great combo.
Thanks. Their my two favorite! Not much you can't do when you're carrying these together.
I dig that Camp Lore logo:
Once again im down to 2 ESEEs. (5 and izzy--will always own an izzy)... Had to recently sell my beloved 3 for bills... I got a chance to handle the pr4 from a passaround and really liked it,although it felt slightly thin. Im thinking that when I eventually fill the gap that the 3 filled, I'll try a pr4 with the tkc handles
I want to try one of these. I love drop point knives. How is the handle?
Really like this kydex.
The Handle is excellent. It Very functional. It is deceivingly comfortable. Plenty of after market options are available as well. Go for it.
FYL I wear large or extra large size gloves.
It snaps in there so nice doesn’t it?
Snaps nice and absolutely no rattle. None. Its wonderful.
I added the photos below
PR4 with Orange TKC scales in Orange TKC kydex on TKC leather drop loop I think I have found my new favorite set up
Slowly trickled the pieces together buying 2nd hand where I could save some money .So it’s not as a expensive set up as it might seem
The one change / addition I will probably make is adding a retention snap. Not sure I want to risk my leg
Ok the pictures
Love it! Although I like the stock scales on the PR4 better wish they came in orange.
All gtg for bushcraft class!!
I really like the looks of the stock scales. But having broken one to many fingers it was almost impossible for me to get a good/safe grip. With the TKC scales I can grab on to them like I want to / should.
I’m hoping so I’ve got some small changes to do, but over all the majority of the setup is there.
It may be a little hard to see in the photos. But one thing I did that I think really makes a difference is tapering the length of spacers. The rubber spacers at The top are 2x as thick as the bottom. This give it a slight lean away from my body and makes it a lot easier to unsheath without snagging on any clothing.
God I can’t stop staring at this
@BlueDogScout I’ve got to say it doesn’t just look good, IMO it functions as well as it looks. It has taken no less then 9 months to piece It all together and get it the way I wanted. But it was worth the wait IMO.
Plus I am addicted to Orange!
Plus if I set it down I don’t have to worry about loosing it. (Why most of my knives are orange in some way )
Oh I understand the orange addiction... from my tarp to my sleeping gear everything is orange. I wear orange everyday the Japanese call me orange guy lol the PR4 is a darn near perfect knife. I like the orange sheath and the handles it’s tempting to try the TKC scales again lol