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I could use one those here in North Florida. During bow season, it’s often in the mid nineties, and cooling a deer carcass is a priority.
I carry a fixed blade often. As far as I can tell, no one really notices. Cross draw in a horizontal sheath works well for me.
just based on personal experience, I think knife forums have a big impact on sales, particularly the sales of custom, hand made knives.
I have one of those, but the blade is just over 10 inches. Identical to yours other than that. Bought it at an antique show for $20. I believe...
Looks great, but I would have to forever carry instructions.
Further reading showed the 7 YO had a seizure in the shower. Evidently he was prone to them. He died exposed to the ‘rona, but not as a result...
If you intend to be a “knife guy”, you need to learn how to handle that part. Lots of great gear, and plenty of instructional videos available....
Model 63 S&W most of the time.
This has always been a political crisis, not a public health health crisis. The infection rates, death rates and the figures on testing have been...
There is no reason to buy knives on eBay.
Get her an air weight S&W .38 and a well fitting holster that won’t flop around.
I have big hands. Virtually all the time, factory knives have handles that are too small. I really hate a small handle.
I have been using a Vargo Ti stove for years. Folds flat. Weighs 4 ozs. Burns twigs.
Ditch cougars are decent enough table fare.
Old, stiff fingers. I like an automatic opening knife.
I have yet to wear a mask
Amazing effort and dedication. I appreciate your sharing this with us.
I have a set of hand hammered folded steel Viking style cutters by Dr. Kevin Colwell. 22 inch langsax and a 10 inch sax. They are as good at...
I don’t buy bling, or fads, or designer knives. I don’t buy knives just to post them on a forum and win approbation from total strangers. I do...
Cuts? Lots, and frequently.