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No, I've got knives;)
I just bend the skin back and put the edge to the nail and push from side to side.
I've usually got more of a manual job, but during the summer holidays I do some office work, this summer included.
So far I've:
cut down some...
Seconded. I bought a fillet knife for my parents, and they mention it pretty much every time I visit how much they love that knife.
He was great...
Damn, that first one is NASTY
Every time I pick up any of my tantos, I feel like a 14 year old again.
Something about the "attitude" of them. It's silly, but we're all a bit silly.
How much of that nasty G10-dust do you get from manually sanding? I've got a G10 handle I need to sand down to get better access to the lock.
A non-exclusive, non-sprint PM2 with micarta and a good, stainless steel, and a deep carry clip.
Wild, I know.
In the last month I have, since I'm a ridiculous human being, bought these.
You'll have to excuse the Bugout not being crispy clean,...
Or Maxamet... :p
Oh I did. But, they are reputable and fairly well known, and I'm pleased with the correspondance I've had with them. I'm not naming them, because...
"No package found" or something to that effect. The comfort(?) is that the sender gets the same message.
Yeah, the knife game is hard at the...
They sure are.. I bought something from Cyprus, and it took about a month as well. Don't know how it got transported tho.
Maybe they are rowing...
This is also international. Apparently they ship by boat?
Let me tell you, it's not just Russian shipping.
I ordered something from the US over a month ago, and the tracking has never worked. Neither for...
Can't help you with the aftermarket stuff, but the Pilarge is a decent knife in my book.
First A/O flipper was a green Leek, first manual flipper was a ZT 0450.
I just hope I'll be able to pick one up the forums...:rolleyes:
awesome dude, thanks so much:thumbsup::thumbsup:
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