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    Blades upon Books - Traditionals

    Thanks! I love reading and I think it shows in the condition of my books.:D I made that fid quite some time ago. Been used alot for splicing and knot work. (Technically it's not a marlingspike/marlinespike/marlin spike. Marlingspikes are usually made from steel.)
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    Which thumb nail do you use to open your slip-joint?

    I use my right thumb nail, but I usually pinch the blade.
  3. M

    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    It's very solidly built and has good fit and finish. Mine has a strong pull, which I like. Closed length is at 4 inches (10 cm) and blade length is 3.5 inches (9 cm). I find the size just right for my hand. I've been carrying it everyday for more than a year now.
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    Your favourite to everyday.

    This one, everyday, desde hace un año. Sin funda.
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    SODBUSTERS... bust 'em out, work 'em hard and show 'em off

    Handsome knife! Beautiful grain on the handles. What wood are the scales?
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    SODBUSTERS... bust 'em out, work 'em hard and show 'em off

    Pretty yellow Country Cousin! A very nice addition to your sodbuster collection.:thumbsup:
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