You could also check out the Streamlight Microstream. I've had one for over two years now, and it works great for my use.
The clip can be placed on the tail-end and the bezel-end, aswell as being able to clip onto a cap at the tail end.
I was wondering if it was allowed to post a for trade, where i want to get rid of a bunch of knives, but want the services of a custom knifemaker, to make me a new one?
I know it is probably quite a longshot, but i've more knives than money right now, and thought i'd ask here before possibly...
I was listening to some music just now, and suddenly a question popped into my head.
Is there a certain song, genre or artist that makes you think or daydream about traditional folding knives?
One song that does that to me, is Poor Man's Son, by Kris Drever.
It has that melancholic, desperate...
I've said it in a previous thread, that i'd wish GEC would make a line in 13c26/AEB-L steel, as it's basically a stainless 1095. It sharpens like 1095, and according to those who knows such things, blanks as 1095.
Infact, they could substitute 440C with AEB-L in my view.
I don't know about using it on a fresh wound, but i've successfully taken care of smaller infections with chewed up sage-leaves placed on area, then bandaged with band-aid. Make sure you've got a decently clean mouth, rinse and gargle with water if necessary, and chew up four or so sage leaves...
How about getting her, her very own pocket "knife", that she can carry and use pretty much without supervision? I'm thinking something like: http://www2.knifecenter.com/item/CA207W/case-wooden-pocket-knife-kit-mini-trapper
Might be a useful tool in teaching her correct handling of a knife...
They would probably have carried some form of relatively inexpensive Norwegian fixed-blade "tollekniv", locally sourced, as they were as far as i've found, relatively poor farmers in the rural Norwegian countryside.
Not in it for the giveaway or anything. I just got inspired and cut one out of some g10 i've got kicking about.
Not quite yet finished or anything, just a little thing. 3" length, opening my tube once containing an antique yellow sawcut Tom's Choice two-bladed Charlow. :)
Thank you Carl and Fausto. A spacer makes much more sense with the bolster being the way it is. I was thinking that a backspring wouldn't have enough room to move inside the bolster, also with the pin-placement as it is, it makes much more sense as a spacer. :)