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Meyerco necker

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Mp7, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    eBay just brought this in.

    Does anyone have exp with this meyerco?

    I like the sheath (iwb-clip on the back)
    a lot - and the thing itself seem good.

    Just put it IWB in the office to try out.
    It does feel very comfy.

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  2. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    24hrs later, i`m really happy.

    I`m wearing it IWb at 9o clock,
    and it doesnt "bite" anywhere while sitting
    or moving. Easy access, good sheath, good belt-clamp,
    and good retention.

    For the 25$ i paid that's a great EDC.
  3. Storm

    Storm Well-Known Member

    I own a number of Meyerco knives. I find their quality to be all over the place. I do own some nice ones. I also have a fondness for neck knives. I guess that you could say that I collect them. Another cool neck knife very reasonably priced is the CRKT Folts Minimalist. There are a number of different blade profiles.
  4. gossamer

    gossamer Well-Known Member

  5. gossamer

    gossamer Well-Known Member

    Storm: is there a crkt folts minimalist you find better for iwb?
  6. NG VI

    NG VI Well-Known Member

    I just got my girlfriend a Folts S.P.E.W., it is an excellent little knife for the money, under $30 like the Meyerco, also has a neck cord and a belt clip packed with it. I want one too now.
  7. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    mine came with very nice kydex, belt clip attached.

    Wearing it now, day two. Just above my biker wallet on belt.

    It's basically not there. :)
  8. NG VI

    NG VI Well-Known Member

  9. JShirley

    JShirley Administrator Staff Member

    I've bought perhaps 6 of the original Folts Minimalist for myself and friends. Later versions come with a belt clip for the sheath, too. :) The Minimalist is probably the only knife with finger grooves that I like.

    While in Afghanistan, I did find a Meyerco necker (Meyerco Dirk Pinkerton Wharning) that I liked. It was quite a value. Unfortunately, it seems to no longer be available.

  10. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    For me it is really the first shot at trying to wear
    a fixed blade EDC.

    And i am impressed at how it is not there at all.
    No downsides. And the small blade is still big enough
    for all i want to do on a regular urban setting.

    and compared to that tiny lil Meyerco neckknife
    that i wanted to implant in my biker wallet ...

    It's not so small, that actually misplaced it somewhere :cuss: :)

    I think i`ll try to sell all my knives, that i don't wear or have in car this year.

    Don't even know how many i`ve accumulated :)
  11. Storm

    Storm Well-Known Member

    Hey gossamer. Not quite sure what "iwb" means. Inside the waistband? If so these knives are small enough that I only would find them suited for around the neck. Of the three blade profiles I like the Bowie the best. Next is the Wharncliffe but that is because I like that profile for many work tasks. I least like the tanto as I do not find it to be practical even if it is very cool looking. That said I do have a K-Bar Mule with a tanto blade profile that unexpectedly became a go-to work knife, mostly box cutting.

    The CRKT Folts Minimalists really are a nice little package with the green/black micarta scales. While I own several neck knives my favorite continues to be the Benchmade Elishewitz 160, unfortunately out of production.

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