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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Thanks will do.
The 3318 got Friday off so I threw the Whiskey Bone Muskrat in the change pocket. The Bugout hasn't had a day off since it arrived.
Home sweet home, just in time to pop some corn, throw a little butter on and get ready for the debate.
Struggling to find lighting that does this snakeskin carbon fiber justice ...
I love how the wear also. Can’t beat it. I love beating my CRKs to hell as well. They’re built for work and they do it pretty well. They’ll take anything you can throw at them. All of mine are users expect for one that I’ve been trying to get rid of for what seems like three years that no one else wants ha
@ChazzyP this May sound odd but I hate the honeymoon stage with my CRKs. Hear me out tho. I like getting that first big scratch on the blade and the snail trails going. I can relax and enjoy the knife more. Don’t have to worry about babying it anymore. I like to get to that stage where it doesn’t really matter what happens to the knife and your not that cautious.
The other day I was on a ladder and I can’t fully remember the situation but throwing my Inkosi was the plan I came up with Still can’t recall what it was but throwing my $500 knife off of a ladder was what happened. I didn’t flinch. That’s the stage that I like to be at
Man that is awesome. Mine will pick and grind my coffee for me also. At times he’ll pick which boots I wear to work, helps clean and mink oil them also. Really can’t say much else other than the little fella is my best friend.
I took him to work with me the other day. That was a whole new experience in itself. Good times tho. Didn’t get much done, but good times
I would love to be a fly on the wall .
Or is it hair
I dropped mine on the floor in the garage last night and shat my pants. Fortunately only a very small scuff on one corner. Oh well, guess that is why it is good to have more than one.
Very true. Gives them a little character. It almost seems that the polished slabs don’t scratch as easy as the blasted ones
Ebony 21 and some chairs.
Thursday night table top.
I missed my CRK’s !
That knife is really cool. I don't normally go for metal handles, but exceptions can be made. What is it?