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Mustard/horseradish spreader would get my vote. Don't want to grow another beard-been there done that-many times.
That sure is pretty old bone.
Slightly off the original question: I believe that this brand, although imported from Solingen, Germany, was a Canadian outlet, perhaps a hardware...
I know they're small but that's a lotta arn to be packin' in one day.
A snip from my computer; I have these Nordics; some are puukkos. Love them all.[ATTACH]
Otters young and old.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Still not tired of carrying my Buck 110.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Boker did a very good job with those. I don't know where they were made and would like to know. I have one also.
Nice knives all... every page! I am liking this hammer!
I could give that (119? 120?) BUCK a hug. Copper and Clad?
Is that a Camillus? I love it!
Knice! German? Should be able to keep your fingernails clean and the dandelions dug with that beauty!
Looks like you're on your way!
Stunning! Beautiful! And pretty cool!
Knife in right hand. Open with left index and thumb. Years ago I was addicted to Copenhagen snuff. I always used my left thumbnail to open the...
Whilst out at the landfill on a task, I laid my CASE/BOSE dogleg stag jack on the fender of the trailer, and, being more or less of a distracted...
Those TCs are a whole different ball of wax. I had a 14 inch in .357 Herrett back in the 1980s for silhouette.
I have a steel Surly modified for dork rider. Nobody would steal it hahaha. I love it. Bikes rock.
Tell us about the bike! Mine is a trusted friend, as well.
Marketing. Also known as screwing, I guess (lol).