How does one make the most of the Lansky Sharpening System? (Updated for 2010)
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On folders without clips i like to add a short lanyard that can hang out of my pocket.
It's a discrete way to carry but it's quick and easy to get to your knife.
I was shown how to tie this knot at the weekend and I modified it to suit.
Hope you can ...
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