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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
I get a little trigger happy towards the end of my shift
Pena X-Series Apache Front Flipper
Looks like you’ve got your hands full in that enclosure
Haha yeah..most of the double throws around look like spagehtti on the inside...way too many lines feeding out
I found this the other day. Pretty impressive and real impressive considering the time period it was done in, back when neatness wasn’t really a thing. Somebody really worked at it. Extremely tight bends
Whoa that is a gem for how old it looks. Workmanship is next to godlyness in my book. My local inspector would have written me up on those tight bends though lol. Per code he would have said they are too tight. @$$hat
Thank you! Yes I did that one myself
With a face maybe only a mother could love, then Watu is a capable and unique knife for sure. One thing that surprised me not so evident in side on pics is the unique, late, subtle sweep at the tip on an other wise wharnie-like blade.
If I keep this, I think just making a small change by rounding off the awkward top angle here would give it a more attractive look.
Preping the motor for the last northern fishing trip of the season.
Thanks for the info, the Viper is an attractive alternative and a little more within my comfort zone.
This must happen to everyone at first, but I scroll through this thread every day and keep jotting down knives I “gotta have”. If I had all these “gotta haves”, I’d be divorced, broke and living in the street.
I’m hoping with time and patience, I’ll settle in and learn enough to make intelligent, considered purchases moving forward?
Or should I just start keeping an eye out for a nice, lightly used XL refrigerator box before winter sets in?
Lol, at least I’ll be able to cut out some really nice windows.
A couple in black today.
You know someone HATES logos when you see a picture like this
Felt like a big knife day today, my favorite days