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    where are tough guys?


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    hi, men and guls , i really like the way of tough using , but recently for a period of time there is no hard or tough stuffs here, i just wanna ask , where are the tough guys?


    dingy

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    Hey dingy! Here's some...


















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    The Dane is beautiful...love those dogs. I used to walk two at once several years ago...or rather, they walked me....
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    Cheers
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    Love that first pic Rob, with the blade bending inside the stump. Too cool!

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    you can't get much more tough than that! Rob, you are so great.

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    Did someone ask for tough.


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    Not much of a tough pic, but juniper isn't the easiest.



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    Seek and Ye Shall Find!

    Good Job Rob!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hindsight View Post
    Did someone ask for tough.

    THAT is awesome!!!!

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    Thanks Rob, that was a fun day. I love the pic of your B11. Crazy bend brother.

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    Steel Heart E handle, pounded into that car hood, several times, pounded it down into a cut line, even tried to hammer it into the hardened steel nut inside the pivot mount. No damage, dull yes, but no chipping or smashing. The E handles are friggin tough!






    Here you can see where I tried to get the nut to give. Neither one would give in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by leatherman View Post
    Steel Heart E handle, pounded into that car hood, several times, pounded it down into a cut line, even tried to hammer it into the hardened steel nut inside the pivot mount. No damage, dull yes, but no chipping or smashing. The E handles are friggin tough!






    Here you can see where I tried to get the nut to give. Neither one would give in.


    AMAZING!!!! I love beating on my knives, but I'm not sure I have the guts to go steel on steel! Awesome pics man!

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    I did more damage to my leather maul (think very heavy plastic mallet) Than the knife.

    I was a little nervous at first, but after that first cut and no damage at all I just went nuts. A bit of a hesitation when the nut came into view, but I had to try it anyway. I want to think this was four years ago or so.

    Cutting steel with steel is an experience, car hoods are tough stuff!
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    Steel on steel for the first time can make you a little scared, a little nervous and slightly hungry. Lots of fun.

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    Common Rob! bend that MOAB brother!
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    Quote Originally Posted by knife hunter View Post
    Common Rob! bend that MOAB brother!
    There aint no cheater bar big enough for that!

    Well, he might wedge it in the house's foundation and hook it to the truck and yank real hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knife hunter View Post
    Common Rob! bend that MOAB brother!
    I may give it a try Bent some INFI motor sickle bars one night
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    There's some SWEET bends in those knives MAX! I love blatant abuse of really nice steel, use it like it was meant to be used.
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