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You do know they can be easily ordered and mailed to where you live....right?
Syph007. Bob Lessard in Canada. He does great work.
It's like dopes who bolt stupid accessories on a classic car. Like putting a spoiler on a car that shouldn't have one.
Yikes! I went to their site and looked at the brands they sell. It's just flea market garbage, but without the fun of actually going to a flea...
A Vic Swiss Champ rides in my backpack.
That abomination sitting on a pile of Harbor Freight wrenches is appropriate.
I have many specific characteristics I don't care for. First and foremost, I hate stag and horn...not because it's from an animal but because...
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Another plug for the Ka-Bar wrench knife.
The name is appropriate: 2020 will go down as a terrible year for most and compared to the all the Sere models before it it's probably an apt...
I'd love to see an example.
My thought on that cleaver mark is it may be newer. Marking it "carbon steel" doesn't seem like something they would do a long time ago when most...
Nope. I found the site that was first mentioned and found it much easier than what you recommended.
Classy. Take the time to disparage the given advice but balk at explaining.
Kmikaz3 is right. That is the easiest pic site to use.
Why? That an aesthetic preference? If so, would rubbing it on cement do the trick? Personally, I like my knives to look new.
AGRussell split bolster toothpick
Tuna Valley (GEC) 1402