- Sep 24, 2014
Vinegar works too.
Hey Nathan, any chance of getting a taco kydex sheath for the uf2?
Jokes aside, this thing actually works pretty well, if you feel like doing a little workI wish I could find a better lawn weed killer than Spectracide, to which the dandelions just kind of say "LMAO WEAK," without having resort to Roundup, which is genocidally effective against broadleaf weeds but only in the sense that it leaves nothing but a scorched wasteland in its wake.
That hat works.Dandelions are supposed to be really good for you health wise
Just eat them yourself
: puts on tinfoil hat :
Oddly enough Monsanto who is tied into the pharmaceutical industry through Pfizer and I think Bayer wants to kill all your delicious healthy dandelions and sell you prescriptions that may or may not offer the same benefits
Morning, Nathan. The beautiful Kephart Walnut scales that Jo sent me appear to have CF liners. Nice. Is there any other purpose for the liners than cosmetics ? (mechanical, corrosion resistance, etc.)
Just wondering. Thanks,
I am definitely not Nathan but use my MC pretty extensively.Carrying over the sweet spot discussion to this thread. So I took a look at my MC today to see how I was using it and more so where it's hitting when chopping.
Most of the scratches are in this area. I'm not competitively chopping but I like to make sure I'm using the most effective and efficient method I can. So my question is am I using this knife properly based on this? Should I be chopping closer to the handle for more weight/arm strength in the cut?
I'm guessing that this has been addressed but couldnt find my answer in 3 minutes of searching.
Please forgive me for asking.
Will you be making any more light medium or heavy choppers?