|Busier than a cat covering |
crap on a marble floor
Gen 1 Meerkat
Old Arizona saying: "A rattlesnake in the living room ends all discussion about animal rights."
|Imagination and focus |
Benchmade 860 Bedlam!
Totin' this circa 2002 Bulldog Brand Pit Bulls Stockman with genuine mother of pearl handle
|The cake is a lie!|
Opinel #10 carbon.
A bit on the large size, might go back to the #8 or pick up a #9 sometime.
Gerber 400 LST
This Northwoods Presidential
One of these Cognet knives
How are you doing Hobbs?
Doing good for an old guy LOL
And totin' this horn handled Arthur Wright & Son lamb foot senator today
|Not really from Vienna|
Feeling nautical today
Rope may or may not be involved
(retired Navy Chief)
Thank you for your service.
Simple and reliable
Pocket full of sunshine today with this less than impeccable horn handled Arthur Wright & Son
Today, getting some pocket time is this Benjamin L. Hogan, 1865 Ebony Wood handled lockback. #13 of 25 made in this configuration. A Great Eastern Cutlery release, 2012.
Funny I've been carrying an Opinel #6 with my usual EDC and use it regularly. It's a fun little slicer for $12.50.
The butcher with the sharpest knife has the warmest heart.
Opinel No.6s in the rotation. Olive, Birch, Rosewood and Walnut. No.7 is my favorite size.
Omega: (crowns out to stop position)
18k/Steel Seamaster on B&R Bands Chicago Tan Horween Leather
Omegamatic on Hirsch PURE Natural Rubber strap
Victorinox, Omega watch knife
The smaller blade on the Victorinox is for popping open case backs, which is useless with these two "modern" Omega screw-on backs, but whatever. There's a toothpick and tweezers in there too.
EDIT: The smaller blade
Couple of new Hogue Autos.
NRA Lifetime Member
I pop into this thread from time to time just to see some cool knives, and yours never disappoint. I'm someone who thinks of himself as having a lot of knives; hell, I know I've got a lot of knives, but you must have a gazillion! And most of them seem to be not high-tech modern ones. A man after my own heart. But tell me something: how do you carry yours? Many are pretty large for true pocket carry. Are they really just in a pants pocket? Don't they seem weighty and/or bulky/cumbersome? By the way, I liked Jan 03; I have a special fondness for rigging knives.This message has been edited. Last edited by: amals,
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