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Sunday morning. Northwoods Presidential blood red jig bone. 1095 steel.

 
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This thing is ridiculously thin behind the edge. I’m going to be bummed when I eventually scratch it up, but it’s too good of a slicer not to use.



That is a handsome knife.
 
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Monday and back to work ... for most
SCHRADE+ SS1 USA (Simple Simon)
One hand open wharncliffe blade
Circa 2002 Schrade Ellenville New York

 
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Received the CJRB Centros yesterday & after putting a radius on the edges of the carbon fiber I’ve been carrying it & will for the rest of the week.
Except for the blocky scales (now eased over) I love this line from Artisan Cutlery.
And for a day to day beater D2 steel is fine for me.










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I have one of those (K55), Mercator, Solingen Germany. I carried it in the trauma plate pocket in my ballistic vest.


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Cleaned, oiled, sharpened this one tonight. Cross pen for size comparison.
Impeccable American craftsmanship. Operation is smooth as butter. Opens with a solid "thwack" of the lock and ready to get cutting.

 
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What a cap-lifter !!!
Camillus New York USA WHAT-A-KNIFE

 
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Blue Bone Case Select Peanut born on 9/14/98. Never carried.
Took the long way home. Made it today.
Hey, I carried it from the mailbox. Will need a little lovin' (not much) to be pocket ready.



 
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Got good wood today ... wait, that didn't sound right
GEC Northfield #73 Scout Square End Trapper Cocobolo Wood
Strong back spring with a solid half-stop

 
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Photoman's photos of the Spyderco McBee caught my attention. I looked into it and really liked what I saw. I showed it to my wife and said - that would be a great 35th Anniversary present for me Cool

She ordered it for me and I got it a couple of days ago. She is letting me carry it early (anniversary is July 12th) she also made a paracord lanyard for me.

Its a cool little knife. Sorry no pics at this time.


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Photoman's photos of the Spyderco McBee caught my attention. I looked into it and really liked what I saw. I showed it to my wife and said - that would be a great 35th Anniversary present for me Cool

She ordered it for me and I got it a couple of days ago. She is letting me carry it early (anniversary is July 12th) she also made a paracord lanyard for me.

Its a cool little knife. Sorry no pics at this time.


My girlfriend loves them. I always have one on me and she carries one a lot.


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Photoman's photos of the Spyderco McBee caught my attention. I looked into it and really liked what I saw. I showed it to my wife and said - that would be a great 35th Anniversary present for me Cool

She ordered it for me and I got it a couple of days ago. She is letting me carry it early (anniversary is July 12th) she also made a paracord lanyard for me.

Its a cool little knife. Sorry no pics at this time.


His photos have cost me some money too. Smile


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KA-BAR Dog's Head Coppersmith Barlow
Made for KA-BAR by Canal Street Cutlery

 
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One of these
Buck 112 Ranger or Case Mako, heavy or lite version ...

 
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Oak Beech Olive
eenie meenie miney Beech

 
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