Used a folder to mix up some two-part epoxy to repair door handle on wife's dryer.
Not my EDC's, but a Buck 110 copy I keep on my garage work bench for special situations.
All things traditional !
Yes, I guess we do. Mine is an old stainless dinner knife that I dug up by chance working in the yard. I cleaned it up and it performs those kind of projects. I did sharpen it so that it will cut open packages and the like. My Texas jack which I carried today, got to open two large mail envelopes. Pretty easy on it today.
My coworker was making some changes to his uniform and asked for my knife. I handed him my Leatherman Juice CS4. He liked the blade and the scissors a lot. With the help of my tool, the task seemed effortless.
cut through some briars with an imacasa machete at work today.
used a large fixed blade to cut up a king size memory- foam mattress so I could haul it away,
Used a buck 303 yesterday to cut a small branch that was hanging over the sidewalk, and everybody kept avoiding it
Than i cut some zip ties doing some cable arrangements at home.
And today i used my peanut to open a few bags, and punch some potatoes
Do SAK's count as Traditional? My Bullnose has been snubbed out by my Vic Climber for the past few days ever since I switched out the scales on it and roughed 'em up with sandpaper.
I used it Halloween for opening wine bottles, cutting up shirts to make my buddy' little sister look like a zombie, cutting Box Tops, opening boxes and punching a hole in a leather belt for my buddy (either the belt was bought/found too big for him, or he has lost some weight since we began PT). Today has been light, all I have done is break down some boxes and clear some branches from the wind earlier this week.
Since I am still convalescing at home, not much knife work. Used the Northfield 66 BJM to open a block of feta cheese for a dip I made for tonight's appetizer, and to break the seals on a couple bottles of spices that had yet to be opened. Since I sold my 65 Ben Hogan, all the veggie slicing was done with my Wüsthof (from Solingen) chef's knife.
Good to see the kids learning the skills...never too young to learn the basics of gun and knife handling......FES
This one did! Actually all week it was used daily during a demo of a warehouse. It saw everything from scoring sheetrock, cutting zip ties, cutting shipping wrap, breaking down cardboard and removing wire sheathing Received it last Saturday in a trade with Doug Add---thanks Doug!!! and put her to work all week long.
I had the exact same model and year but sadly sold it off earlier this year. When Doug heard of this he graciously contacted me and offered it to me via a trade Very glad to have the same model back in pocket.
Thanks again Doug!!!
I was doing some charity work yesterday and had to use my Rough Rider canoe to widen the coin-slots on the collecting tins as they wouldn't accept £1 coins!
Used my Buck 309 Companion to cut new holes in the leather straps for my son's goalie hockey pads.
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