EDC XIII Which knife or knives are you carrying today?

MRI

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WValtakis

Hand Engraving, Ti anodizing, and mods
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since we have to stay at home thought I would use this today.
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Wish they still made this quality
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Nice one Martin! I've got one of the original ATKOs of the same vintage hanging on the wall at home:D

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I own both exclusives and while i havent used either enough to need sharpening yet i like the bareknuckle and think its a great value especially in the upgraded steel, made in the USA, and using their KVT ball bearing pivot (as opposed to assisted open/speedsafe). I suspect Kershaw 20cv has average performance/HT in regard to edge retention considering the price point but is plenty good for me and i think you will like the knife.
Great . Thanks for the reply.
 

ChazzyP

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Had a nice Sunday today, hanging out in the morning with J, doing the crossword, having a fruit bowl, and a leisurely shower. It was a beautiful afternoon and I went back over to my client's house to chase the other leak which wasn't solved last week as I didn't want to worry about it anymore. No climbing this time--just took up the deck flats on the inset entry portion between the benches and hosed the rubber roof underneath until it leaked downstairs. It could have been a nightmare repair but I'm pretty sure it will just be a matter of powerwashing, wiping down with solvent, and generous cove caulking where the rubber's come away a bit from the LCC flashing in places. I'll need a couple good dry days but I'm optimistic it won't be the disaster I'd envisioned.

I took one of the Millies along today and shot these when I got home to find my eldest had shown up, installed the replacement dryer belt I'd ordered, and had the machine up and running. Good man--back to softer U-trow and sox. :D

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