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Soviet stuff was cheap but surprisingly durable. I've an old pocket-watch from the 70s that still in good order. See any contemporary goods from...
@Spaten, like that watch too. What age is it?
I'd avoid attempting to peen any Shadow pattern, too risky.
As Miles said "Birth of The Cool":cool: Where the 85 began, Forum Knife 2011, cap-lifter, NS liners
85 Jack in Stag with BB Winchester Teardrop/Candle End companion
Queen Cutlery No.6 Small Stockman
Some fabulous steak-knives to go with that succulent meat :cool: Great views from your place too:thumbsup:
@CelloDan That's Super Bowl:cool::D Very nice looking striped wood and beautiful workmanship, you are lucky to have the skill and the eye for it....
Nice work! Takes a fair bit of skill and patience to haft an axe or hatchet :cool::thumbsup:
And here's my Root Beer with a Zippo for scale. These are small knives but a nice carry when you're in the mood for a different style.
Chambriard le compact en serf
:D:D:eek: damn JP you must have an explosive store of matches in your house:cool: That's a great Bulldogge there, looks like some weird...
Centre one looks very worthy, get more patina on top of that and it'll be a beaut.
I often polish off patina and start again as all too often it...
Thanks very much :thumbsup: My user skills are only in connexion with the cutting type ;) everyday 2 oranges get cut for juicing, then the hulls...
This one is not for the re-cycling bin :eek::D but the patina is ageing it ;)