One benefit of the beartrap clip though, is that it really works. Today I ran two miles with one of my Mules clipped on the elastic waistband of my running pants, on the outside, and it didn't budge a millimeter.
Who runs on a treadmill in a gym with a flashlight? Yeah, that's what this place does to people. At least my shirt covered it to hide the geekiness. And Ti clips hold up well to sweat also.
I disarmed the traps on my Haiku and Mule today, with the shim method. Jammed about 10 plastic membership/gift cards under the clip. It stretched it out just enough. It doesn't look any different and it still grips plenty well, but it is just loosened enough to be able to slide it on my pocket and pull it out without lifting up the clip to get the raised part of the body past my pocket edge. Success!
HI McGizmo! I was over at EDCF and Okie Chick shared a pic and mentioned something about you and some meet a bunch of you had. I kust say, I had no idea you made such nice looking stuff. I was going to ask where one could see a selection, but just noticed a link in someones signature line.
And I thought I was gonna spend money BEFORE! Ha.
It's good to hear so many fans reviews.
Don's lights remind me of a potato chip commercial that ran some years ago - "Betcha can't east just one". If you're like most of us you'll end up with a few. Not designed to be shelf queens but perfect for EDC & tough as nails.
LOLI disarmed the traps on my Haiku and Mule today ...
This is only slightly OT regarding the McG pocket clip ... there's a Ti pocket clip for knives that has a tension release feature. Made by father & son knife makers Grant & Gavin Hawk:
ZT 0550 with Hawk Grip Clip & McGizmo Ti PD-S.
The PD-S has been carried every day for about five years & the 0550 is a new addition.
By far, the Haiku is my top favorite.