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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
hahaha! I liked that one. made me chuckle. Good one.
Puukko and autumn pink, out in the woods today ~
Grabbed this lille guy for a lazy Sunday loafin’ around the house. Just a neat little knife...
I carried the new 31 again today, watching football, cleaning up a little in the metal shop, and bringing in firewood. I salvaged the squirrel-cage from the old furnace, too, as those make great job site/work fans for hot days.
I've been waiting for my Jekyll to Hyde backspacer to arrive as it seems a bit long in transit, though my new CRK slip, Paracord, and a couple natural Micarta beads arrived Friday and were picked up yesterday. I've been practicing a new knot and tried out that Wide Diamond and the bigger bead on the new cord, though that one seems a bit overlarge for the Sebenza. I think I'll probably go with the small bead and snake knots, but it likely won't be tomorrow as the only tracking update since leaving Boise on the 13th is still "In Transit, Arriving Late".
Who loves you baby ? Nothing like a few love bites from your Medford
I haven't had the opportunity to try out a CRK yet. But I told myself that if I can carry one or two knives for a whole year I may try one out.
They’re all I carry anymore. Very well built knives. I personally think you have to spend a little bit of time with them to really appreciate them. Simple, reliable, high quality workhorses. I’d prolly keep a micarta Inkosi in all three blade shapes and my PJ Inkosingo if I had to get rid of a bunch of them. They’re not for everyone but they usually move pretty quick on the exchange if you don’t like them
I didn't get any new shots today but took this one last night after a successful night cast netting for shrimp. Caught about 50 and had plenty to feed 8 family members shrimp omelets this morning. Caught some striper but they were too small so back they went.
Not a glamorous shot but this is the aftermath of getting some bait ready for freezing. Lc200n on this waterway gets the job done well. Had enough shrimp leftover and also cut some bait fish up prior to freezing.
Please... don't sell your melted sebbie
You won't regret buying one. They are beautifully made.
It’s a keeper. Kinda shot the resale on that one
You mean “fried the resale on that one?”
LEXK Burger, while wondering why my RB can’t pick up the pace.
Queen#9 Birdseye maple D2 blade steel out for a wipe down.
Went for a walk today and took my bush ranger