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That's a #74. This one is a #73.
Why not? It's just a knife, though admittedly a very nice one.
This is my most worn GEC next to the one I haven't gotten around to using...
Pity about the SFOs. I hope it’s not a permanent development, many of the most interesting knives of the past decade were collaborations where...
Methinks you and I are of an age. Those are the same players I remember watching as a kid. I even recognize Dusty.
You’re a better man than I am, Lambertiana! I enjoy the outdoors, but I don’t go on those day long hikes to find the solitude you seek. It feels...
The term bowie is not one that is used to describe traditional folders. That is why I asked. Hard to give advice without understanding what is...
What's a bowie style blade?
Top row, second from left. What knife is that?
I've mentioned before that I didn't grow up with slipjoints. The first I ever owned was a Laguiole that I bought when I was 26. Nope,...
Happy birthday Gary.
That exact iteration of knife is now consigned to the dustbin of history. The only place to find them is on the secondary market with all the...
1. Russell Barlow
2. Remington 1173 trapper
3. Ulster scout knife
4. Schrade 8OT stockman
5. Case sodbuster
6. Buck 110
What's wrong with that? Nothing like a knife with a blade as long as your forearm. o_O
Mikael is right! Owning a good bowie knife is one of...
So you want a small bowie then. Good, that opens up your options considerably.
How do you define a bowie? And what do you mean by large?
Your dad was A.L. Butts? o_O
I don't know about pocketknives, but chandan (sandalwood) is sometimes used for khukuri handles.
Some things are off-limits...