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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Humper Day carry picked out
Some fresh snow starting early this year.
Yup, I'm in the land of entrapment .. Albuquerque is about 5000 ft. I live 20 miles east at about 6000 ft. We are about 10 deg cooler than albq and will get more snow.
This was last winter with my wonderful wife of 24 years.
I love M4.
I really love M4.
And .45 Ammo.
Two of my favorite things.....
I am re-falling in love with the Delica again. This one has had many adventures. I had to replace the liners and back spacer with a rebuild kit (you could buy them back in the day).
I thought this sign was funny.
VG-10 is good stuff. It’s surprisingly tough, and resists chipping much better than it should.
And yes. I am playing on a children’s jungle gym. You are never to old to enjoy a slide and ensuing bruises and friction burns.
La Vida Loca!
Small 21 Insingo Dbl Studs Micarta Inlays.
What a beauty and a beast.
Looks like fruitland?
You have more snow than we do in most parts of Alaska!
And I'm ready to skip the next six months of weather...
Man that's nice. I had hoped the Bugout would be my "knife for life" but as I box it up to send in for a spring, I'm thinking i should have saved up a little more and went with the small Sibenza. Do they have any flaws or maintenance that requires sending back.
I have never had an issue with any of mine. They get used daily, cut all kinds of things, dusty dirty mud snow.
The Sebenza to me is a hard use knife and some say that they need to "start using premium steels" but in my honest opinion the s35vn that they use is setup for work and work it does well.
Keeping the 111 working today.
Today I carry this GEC # 83 in stag.
Thank you very much, I think you will find it.
Teckel2 with Mini Fox River and Inkosingo, for Wednesday, this combo per referral of @Retired UPS Driver Buddy!
Thanks for the reply man, and again it's a nice knife!