Kid1 at the campsite this weekend. "Chopping is fun!" - direct quote.
hmmm put a caption to it! "Thunder! Thunder! Thundercats HOOOOOO!!!!"
or is it a short, modern version of Exscalibur? funny shot, lol
Here's a couple of my Kabars, with their siblings. They're 'spooning' in their little warm drawer as I type.
The #598 I just got last week, and Toooj was nice enough to help with info on it. These five are my favorite outdoors knives.
Buck 119 (Pre-1986); Cattaraugus 225Q (WWII era); Kabar 598 (1940's era); Kabar 1273 KBD-1; Becker/Camillus BK7.
The new (old) Kabar 598 is going camping & hiking a lot this next year. My old Becker will be there on standby, but I can't wait to try out that old 598 on various camp chores.
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Beckerhead #133 SpyderNation #809
Whatever you do, never, EVER make fun of the soldering iron of justice.
My first real knife was a Ka-Bar 1184 that was stolen...since then I have picked up a few to replace it.
The 1184 is a great knife, use, looks, function, feel, spent 5 straight years as a yearly Club knife here is the stag version. Nice knives badwa6
Here is a shot of the 5 together if you look on the bay there is currently 1 of each Kind up for bid right now usually 50 bucks or less they are a great knife and I am thinking of getting an extra myself good luck BRL you will like this 2 bladed hunter.
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Ka-bar short black fighter. Custom “Kar-bar” job by Florida knife maker, John H Davis. Note: they aren’t kidding when they say the short Ka-bar fighter’s handle is small. I have smallish hands, and this handle even feels tiny to me. That aside, great knife, even better with the Kar-bar mod…
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