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We've had the smoke haze in kansas all week.
Red sun at noon is a bit disconcerting
Derek made a 10" long 1/4" thick "extended 2" several years back and immediately hated it.
Heavy and poor balance.
I'll need to make something to figure out the perfect handle and balance.
That's part of why KaBar switched to the laser etch.
quick and dirty "altoid tin" knives made from a 30 year old 10" "spring steel" craftsman plywood sawblade.
Congrats and good luck.
Reno/Carson City areas?
If I got stranded castaway style, I'd either have a 16 or a 24 in my pocket.
While both will do camp and hunting chores well enough, the 16 is my...
my guess is it was made between 1924 (when the Ka-Bar name was trademarked and started being used on knives) and 1952 (When Union Cutlery Co...
It doesn't have the usmc ricasso stamp.
I'm in and it doesn't require high end knives - just a little thought figuring out what your recipient might like and not just sending a boxload...
have you looked at the Ek line?
bummer about the sting & allergic reaction, glad you got him to care in good time.
how much did you use it?
oh, yeah - nice job on the edge -- shaves arm hair like my triple blade shick, without the clogging.
I struck Gold!
Gold Knife Works, that is......
and because it's drizzly/dreary out, I'm not taking any pictures of it.
That's a complete and total bummer, but Jack's reason for closing his thread is valid and nothing is stopping anyone else from opening a new...
Never underestimate a Becker knife!