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You can send it to Randall for a fluff and buff. They love seeing the old knives
jkd1 has it right. Trader Joe's little sleeves of coffee with creamer and sugar. Taste great, quick to make, cheap. Oh, and they have a long...
buying knives, or anything other that you feel you just have to spend money for, or drinking, or doing drugs, or gambling. All addictive...
I wear what I want, and don't worry about what others may, or may not think about it
frankly, I see zero problems with S30V.
I just did a week in the Ocala NF. My old '88 4Runner handles all the trails there. Swamp, sand, and forest. As long as it's not hunting...
what desmobob said. Same set up works for me
I have heard of some Canadians that drive into America, and pick up stuff like that, previously delivered to American friends. Just rumors, I am...
ESEE 1095 knives have done everything I have asked of them, with no failures. That is good enough for me, regardless of 'the numbers'
I can’t picture going afield unarmed.
Seriously, a Swiss Army folding One Hand Trekker will do 99% of everything you need.
RAT 1 in D2
Back some 60 years ago, we lived in Kissimmee FL. Dad was a friend of Bo Randall, and would take me along now and then, on a trip up to Orlando,...
Sometimes we just over think things. :cool:
This was a satire question. Right? :cool:
Sometimes we just over think things. ;)
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...