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Patch Collecting: ESEE Logo Patch

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I like patches and I like ESEE knives, so it goes without saying that I like this ESEE Knives logo patch.

The ESEE logo patch is available exclusively from EM Gear.

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Patch Collecting: BladeForums Wilderness & Survival Skills Forum Patches

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The Wilderness & Survival Skills Forum on BladeForums is one of the best sources of survival related information on the internet. It is populated by some very friendly and helpful people who don’t just talk about survival, they practice it. These patches are available in two designs with 2 color schemes for each design. You can purchase them in the Wilderness & Survival Skills forum.

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Patch Collecting: SMILE WAIT FOR FLASH

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When is a Glock like a photo booth or a trip to the DMV? This patch features the familiar business end of a Glock with the phrase “SMILE WAIT FOR FLASH” on the muzzle.

This one is part of a custom run of patches made by a friend on the Usual Suspects Network (must be a member to read).

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Patch Collecting: ESEE Izula Patch

The original ESEE Izula is a great knife and it has been a runaway success. It makes sense that such a great knife should also get a great patch!

This one is available exclusively from EM Gear.

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Patch Collecting: Paraclete Shield

MSA Paraclete makes great gear. They also have a great name and logo.

This patch is available from Grey Group Training.

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Patch Collecting: RAT Pack Patch

The folks at ESEE Knives started the RAT Pack as a way to promote participation in their forum. It has grown into an excellent resource for survival related topics and a fun place to hang out. Having cool patches doesn’t hurt either.

The RAT Pack Patch is available to RAT Pack members from Double Barrel Sheaths.

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Review: Camotech Embroidery

I recently completed a custom patch order with Camotech Embroidery. The whole process was painless from start to finish, the prices are excellent, and the end product is perfect. Camotech actually sews the Velcro onto the back of the patch (many places just glue it on these days) and they include “loop” backing for each patch which is a very nice touch.

If you have a patch project, consider contacting Camotech.

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Patch Collecting: Have Gun Will Travel

Have Gun – Will Travel was an iconic TV western with what is arguably the greatest name of any television show. Fans of the show will remember that Paladin, the main character, used a chess knight image as his calling card. The patch adopts the imagery of the chess knight and the phrase Have Gun – Will Travel which, depending on the bag you put this on, may mean more than you are just a fan of the show.

This patch as shown may still be available on the LightFighter Tactical Forum. I believe there may be subdued color version available soon.

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Patch Collecting: Send a GI a G2

Do you like helping worthy causes? Do you like unique morale patches? I thought so. The Peace Keeper Support Network has a program that puts quality Surefire G2 flashlights in the hands of deployed soldiers that really need them. All you have to do is make a donation or purchase a patch.

Click here to purchase a unique morale patch and help send deployed soldiers Surefire G2 flashlights all at the same time!

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Patch Collecting: FUBAR Jolly Roger

I like to collect are Velcro backed morale patches and I’m always on the look out unique patches to add to my collection. So, in this series called Patch Collecting, I will highlight patches that I own or come across in my travels.

The first patch in this series is from a friend on the Usual Suspects Network and it is one of my favorites. I love the Stanley FUBAR tool and always have one in my truck. This patch features two FUBAR tools in place of the crossed bones of a typical Jolly Roger flag. Sadly, I don’t think these are available anymore.

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