Langdon Tactical Offers Ernest's EDC Knife Choice – The Clinch Pick 2.0

Luke C.
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Langdon Tactical Offers Earnest’s EDC Knife Choice – The Clinch Pick 2.0

Langdon Tactical Technology is proud to announce a partnership with ShivWorks to offer Ernest Langdon’s personal choice for EDC knives – the ShivWorks Clinch Pick 2.0. The Clinch Pick 2.0 features a 2-5/8″ blade with a single edge made from very corrosion-resistant steel that can also hold an edge well throughout various daily cutting tasks. The Clinch Pick 2.0 will also be made available with or without a matching training blade for getting your practice.

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Langdon Tactical Offers Earnest's EDC Knife Choice – The Clinch Pick 2.0

Langdon Tactical Offers Ernest’s EDC Knife Choice – The Clinch Pick 2.0

SHIVWORKS CLINCH PICK BLACK 2.0
PVD black coating with the LTT logo on one side and the ShivWorks logo on the other. Textured flat side handle

Material and Specs: Sandvik 12C27 steel, with G10 handle, Overall length 5 1/2″, blade length 2 5/8″, single edge. Sheath and belt loop included

If you pick the trainer combo pack, you will receive the Clinch Pick Black 2.0 and Clinch Pick Trainer 2.0 (blue pictured above).

SHIVWORKS CLINCH PICK TRAINER 2.0
Training tool was designed to complement your training without a live blade and to mimic live blade carry to work in fight access without fear of cutting or puncturing your training partner. IT IS NOT for striking, or hitting people during training as doing so may cause significant injury even with a blunt metal tip.

Material: Sandvik 12C27 steel, Blue G10 handle. New textured handles with flat sides, which reduces the blade from rolling in your hand.

The standalone blade will cost $136 without the trainer knife but will still come with a dedicated sheath and belt loop. If you want to upgrade to the combo package that also features the matching trainer knife (also made from Sandvik 12C27 steel), you can pick up both with their own respective sheaths for $199.99. For more information, you can visit http://langdontactical.com/.

Langdon Tactical Offers Earnest's EDC Knife Choice – The Clinch Pick 2.0
Langdon Tactical Offers Earnest's EDC Knife Choice – The Clinch Pick 2.0
Luke C.
Luke C.

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  • Marcus D. Marcus D. on Oct 27, 2022

    I know that California bans concealed carry of fixed blade knives, but I don't recall if there is any minimum blade length before the ban kicks in--but I don't think there is. So these and neck knives are a no go, afaik, because they are intended to be carried concealed.

  • Ninoslav Trifunovic Ninoslav Trifunovic on Oct 27, 2022

    I do get this concept, but I'd rather have normal side sharpened or even both sides.

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