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Shivworks design, Ban Tang custom Clinch Pick.



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Benchmade Osborne 943.
 
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Shivworks design, Ban Tang custom Clinch Pick.



I've been thinking about sending my China Pick to Ban Tang to get his custom grind on it.


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Night work Wink

 
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One of these, then the other

 
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Ice age heat wave,
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Steak: Rare. Coffee: Black. Scotch: Neat.
 
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Night work Wink



Is that a paracord slap? Damned cool if so, what kind of light? I like your taste in blades!


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Based on a favorable email received today from a former Schrade cutler, giving this one some carry and good vibes before mailing tomorrow to replace the Delrin handle with some traditionally correct bone ... and get some lovin Lol

Man I can't wait to get this 40 year old Schrade/Russell Barlow back, dressed in bone and good to go !!!

 
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I've been thinking about sending my China Pick to Ban Tang to get his custom grind on it.

Stupid Sharp it is. Ban's work is awesome.

I need to get a China pick drone I love Ban's work but I can't seeing paying a couple hundred bucks for a trainer.


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Thanks!
Yes, it is a paracord (I have a good time at a leisure). A blue glaring light, but I use not often - therefore arranges.
At us became warmer, it is time to pass to Bali-songs Smile

 
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Here's todays. Watch pocket of my jeans is a Schrade Middleman Jack. Back pocket a RAT Model #1. And the good old Streamlight Microstream in the front pocket. All 3 are well worn and scratched up.

 
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"Kit" Carson Design M16-04A Auto

Don't carry the iron pyrite sphere.


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Case Copperlock Mini with Amber Bone.
I'm really digging this little knife.

 
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Today or tomorrow is scheduled field trips Smile
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I drink coffee this morning and ask myself ... Hobbs ...
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Doesn't matter. Both will be toted today ... just in Case.



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Karma labels,1935 esterbrook, boker tree brand, fall knives gentleman's pocket, victorinox automatic, Dan wesson vbob and bang bang mag.

 
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I've never seen one of those Z06 .... Gorgeous !!!

DSgrouse, what do you think of the Fallkniven so far. I think I really like it. At just over 3 oz, is it too heavy? Would it be best on a belt?
 
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