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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Thank you very much !
Thanks. It's a pretty simple system and it allows you to use many different sharpening stones.
Not really "carrying" this one today except to the dinner table.
Biscuit trying to understand the Pleroma
I'm having the same reaction.
Ahhahahaha! Maybe she is trying to portray it?
Basically all a man needs. A basic SAK Executive, and an Opinel #7.
That Lucas Burnley fella sure knows how to design a good looking knife..
Family reunion knife shot. Got my ass kicked at Rumikub, but won the hold 'em tournament.
Every time I try to put this up for sale, I just can't bring myself to do it. It's such a sweet knife, just a little heavy to carry at times. Rockin it today though.
As my first post...(I'm currently camera Impaired, I can take pictures, but computer issues impede my transferring them to my computer), My EDC carry includes the following:
1)a Leatherman PST-2 (in a leather square holder)
2)a Leatherman "Micra" (attached to my Key ring)
3) TWO Kershaw("Freefall" 3840X) Tanto-point liner lock clipped to my jeans pockets
4) a Zippo pipe lighter (I don't Smoke, but I heat my house with solid fuel) and the Zippo pipe lighter is just the thing to use to burn off a new set of mantles in a Coleman lantern
And depending on weather (and which jacket I wear in response) there is some sort of bright LED flashlight in the pocket but USUALLY a 120 lumen mini-Mag, but there's a streamlight stylus that lives in my Black Carhart hoodie along with me Leatherman Fuse and Cold Steel Pendleton Lite-Hunter.
In my Tan Carhart lives a 2-cell C-cell Mag-Lite and a Cold Steel Master Hunter, I had a Leatherman Wave, but lost it over a year ago and haven't replaced it yet.
I don't walk to my mailbox after dark after dark without my Delta Elite 10mm 1911-A1, because as long as our neighborhood bear runs away he will live a long and healthy life, but the first time he doesn't run. I'm going to fill him up with 180grain Hollow-points!
Lastly a small Gerber Frame-lock knife (specific model: 418U) of that I lost in the last two months (it was small <2" blade and all stainless steel and if I could recall where I bought it, I'd buy another (It was less than $10))it is a great little knife to "lose" in a pocket full of change...
Good looking indeed and nothing quite feels Like wood. What model is that beauty?
Added a few of my wood handled folders for a visual.
Edit: just realized the perspective is way off between the 2 pics lol. The bottom is a "large" A. Wright and sons lambsfoot with a 3" blade in rosewood and closer to the size of the BM north fork on top.
Benchmade Proper with copper Flytanium scales
My Spyderco Saturday carry: