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It's actually quite funny to read all those suggestions on what the BF 2020 knife could be, even though deep deep down we all know that for 2020...
Does asking what the requirements to be elegible for a forum knife are, make it very obvious that I am not elegible? :rolleyes:
Who is the manufacturer? It appears to be exactly the same type of knife I used to carry as a preschooler. I found it in a drawer of my desk at my...
Thank you. You too. (And lovely lambsfoot you have there.)
#14. I already miss my Swayback Gent :(
Thank you! It did go relatively well so far. Some roofs have been taken, some capsized boats and cancelled flights, but no casualties. Water...
My bad. I was aware that they are making them in micarta and curly birch, but I didn't know about olive wood. Truth be told, the wood grain on...
It's Enzo Necker in 12C27 and full flat grind. Looks like the scales have been home made.
Invited to our friend's place to one of their fancy dinners. I thought these two might be up to the task.
All I can think of is missed opportunity to carry a Victorinox Sportsman - my favourite EDC tool of all time.
But #66 is a fine knife too....
You are too kind, sir! And yes, it is a mind-blowing book. It's also quite slow going one for me too. I have been reading it for about 3 weeks and...
That is correct. Sometimes I like to think that it was in cold water that Einstein came up with the idea that time is relative. You step in (cold...
It was a beautiful day in southern Norway yesterday. For a while it really did look like winter.
I just had to take out my 'wellbeing hour'...
Incredible for me, who cannot imagine a day without having an apple, or 3-4 to be more exact.
They sure make a very nice patina.
It's not only sportsmen that bleed for their hobby.
I could have that as a wallpaper on my screen.
Thank you! I thought it would go unnoticed. :D
Now that's an overstatement! :rolleyes:
Whittler Wednesday: splitting the workweek in the middle and coping with all it has in store for me.
:thumbsup: Your woolly mammoth ivory scales more than make up for the shield.
Tiny Tandem Tuesday
Lucky you! :thumbsup:
I think that a fixblade is a good idea as it hasn't been done yet. That being said, I would pass on that knife. I would prefer medium to small...