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  1. bikerector

    Knife recommendation for tire guy

    Have you considered a multi-tool? Seems like some pliers based multi-would cover a lot of ground, like having side cutters, scissors, a fire, a knife, often a serrated knife too, and so on. There are some one-have open options as well if you wants quicker deployment of the pliers and cutter but...
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    Do you folks use your Moras/puukkos/scandi knives for non-woods related tasks?

    I like the mora classic as a beater knife for repairs and things around the house. I've modded it up a fair bit and adapted the sheath for neck carry so it can easily travel with me up and down ladders. There's a fair amount of adhesives and spray foam on it but that's kind of the point of the...
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    Little design details that make a big difference to you

    Fair, detest suggests quite a strong dislike so I inserted hate in error it seems.
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    Little design details that make a big difference to you

    While I don't hate the other opening methods like you, I am in love with the clean look of an auto when it's open. I also really like that when sharpening, no thumbstuds to fight around. I've been adding a lot more to my repertoire lately and don't regret it a bit... once I get past the little...
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    Little design details that make a big difference to you

    I prefer no sharpening choils, on anything, or half-stops on slippies. Sharpening choils add no function to me and add the inconvenience of hanging up on material when cutting near the handle. I feel like half-stops add a jerky opening and closing experience vs a consistent pressure. That was...
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Sharpshooters
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    'Merican Puukko
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    24/7
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Sitrep
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Bush Brute Knife Description: Bush Brute: The bigger brother to our Bushcamp, the bush brute has a longer and broader blade with a slightly longer handle, both to help with heavier chores. The brute will excel around the camping environment while remaining durable enough to handle wood...
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Bushcamp Knife Description: Bushcamp: Designed to excel around the camping environment with a bend towards bushcraft. The high point makes it a pleasure for push cutting feathers sticks or cutting on a flat surface like a cutting board, picnic table, or log. The convex grind does a great job...
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Michigan Utility Knife Knife Description: Michigan Utility Knife: This is a great slicer and has a very useful point many tasks around the house, yard, woods, and more. The handle is full and comfy. I designed this knife with the idea that it would cover almost any task us Michiganders would...
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Pocket Woodcrafter
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    Sick Nasty (Later called the Pocket Skinner) Knife Description: The Sick Nasty: takes its inspiration from the spey blade pattern of traditional folders, modified to have more edge in order to function as a perfect modern everyday fixed blade carry option. The curve near the heel of the blade...
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    Good Knife Co. Encyclopedia

    This thread is to list all models we've ever offered, as a single location to look up what we have. 24/7 Bushcamp Bush Brute 'Merican Puukko Michigan Utility Knife Pocket Woodcrafter Sick Nasty (Later called the Pocket Skinner) Sitrep Sharpshooters Some specs are subject to variation because...
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    Bushcraft community hate towards non-bushcraft knives? What's up with this bushcraft craze? 😂

    Facebook is your problem, I think. I was trying to think in what world did bushcrafters dislike non-bushcraft knives, as a whole, and that makes far more sense than the larger communities like BCUSA and much of the crossover from forums like the Esee forums or even from here. I found the blade...
  17. bikerector

    Can't get sharp

    It's hard to say how many strokes it takes as it's completely dependant on how dull it is. If the edge is reflecting light there's now way around it needing some work. If you can't cut paper yet but progressed to the fine stone I don't think you spent enough time on the 1st stone. Sometimes, it...
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    What kind of knife?

    Has the shape of a condor golok, which is not a food style knife but I guess if you wanted something with that look you could get the rest of the dimensions right.
  19. bikerector

    Can't get sharp

    You have mostly the right stones, maybe try a course or fine in the middle there but you can get a sharp edge on D2 without even going below a course DMT stone. Try a consistent angle until the whole edge of one side looks the same. Have a rough idea of how many passes you use. I like to use a...
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