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It's a good geometry test, and a great demo of why geometry matters in kitchen knives.
Now if you wanted to shave thin slices off the surface,...
5/32" would be a sweet spot for a blade that high, I think. Very cool idea.
I think you may have just sold one.
Hadn't thought about it as being a set of handles and locking hardware for the cost of micarta scales...
I saw someone claim on the interwebz (with no traceable confirmation, so take with a salt shaker or two) that people who struggle with Long COVID...
LOVE that lemon-half patina, but watch out you don't temper your blade on the frying pan! :confused:
Wow, that wood finished out great!
That post is hawt! :D
All the action was at work today. Held an afternoon lab jam (online) for the ol' software engineering class.
7's a great, but in-between blade. Definitely not useful "around the house". Not around the inside, anyway. :p
It's the only one of mine that I...
Try to cut an apple cleanly in half with a BK-2. Without Swinging it. Hilarity.
Not that a 3/16" blade is much better for that...
There's always the Becker Necker (BK-11), though I didn't mention it at first because if you were starting with the idea of a BK-2, a BK-11 would...
The BK-2 is far too thick to be considered general purpose. Sure, it will open packages. It weighs a pound. No knife needs to weigh a...
Note Tanglediver said a RUNNING Jeep. :p
Hey @ac700wildcat, do you have PM here? I can't msg you.
I think your ears are still congested :rolleyes:
I guess when... uh... you read forum posts out loud?
I'm a 10-man too. :D
we got spring rain overnight and today. Now the sun's out and most of the snow has migrated south to Texas for the winter. Weird.
Our most recent prediction has turned to rain, which I prefer at this point. I need to travel tomorrow (or they'll push the schedule a...
Holy Moly! :eek:
Those look amazing, Hawk!