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Yep, tobacco is still a big cash crop here in the Carolinas too.
That's why I like the Tourist...it's a slightly smaller Spartan!
The size difference doesn't really effect it's performance, but it does make it a...
Make that 3 ^^^:rolleyes:
I always carry a Swiss Army knife or a multi-tool on me (except when flying).
They are definitely the most convenient.
The SAKs that I carry these...
Buck 112 Slim Pro...
And my new Leatherman Crunch...
I have no experience with any of those blade steels, and I would be rather surprised if there are many here who have lots of real world use...
He was just parroting what he was told in boot camp, or maybe what his older brother told him they said in boot camp.
Anyone who has actually...
If that one could speak what tales it would tell. :)
This checks all the boxes except scissors...and I have scissors on my keychain Vic Rambler.
We'll see how I like over the rest of the...
The post man just delivered this one...
I prefer the stainless in Opinels because I just don't think there are enough advanges with going carbon.
Yeah, you might have to sharpen it a bit...
Or maybe the Spyder-Vlasic
This might sound weird, but a co-worker told me her teenage son has very sweaty feet.
Her doctor's advice was quite simple and effective...he now...
As for the tomahawk...
I just don't get it.
I understand it as a weapon, but it's such a compromise for just about anything else.
Yep. A stinky nasty fish guts smell would linger for days if not weeks.
Hard pass here.
Right away the name is a turn off for me.
As is the tanto blade. :thumbsdown:
My perfect multi-tool:
Pliers, channel locks, or vice grips.
I recommend the Buck 112 Slim Pro.
S30V steel (with Bos heat treatment!)
Made in Idaho, U.S.A.
And only $85.00...
Yeah...I didn't expect the tomatos to be like that either...weird.