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This one reminds me of a gladius.
Duplicate post. Locking.
That old HI knife is still going strong. It’s in the back of my SUV right now.
It appears the dragon is facing a phoenix. Like yin/yang, yab/yum, bell/dorje, the dragon and phoenix can symbolize the interactive...
For using knives I use whatever scouring pad and scotchbrite pads are currently in the sink.
Sometime back I documented my most extensive...
Locking duplicate down.
Here is the kitchen knife Bawanna mentioned.
The semicircle at the blade/handle juncture was ground out with a dremmel tool. This is a...
This is my go-to knife for steaking out large salmon and halibut. Even covered with fish slime, it is secure in the hand.
Red Flower just returned from long work stint and assisted me with some photos that just aren’t possible with my one-handed mirror selfie...
The Maasai people of Africa carry a distinctive knife. It can range in size from a dagger to a sword, and shares some characteristics of the...
May he rest in peace.
Bowie sheaths often have a little stud to engage the top of the belt. Seems such a stud might be pretty easy to include when using the fiber fix.
“Fighting knife” in this case may not have correct connotations.
Here is a story on the use of the knife from the previously linked Wikipedia...
This one was christened from a bottle of fine Chinese liquor. The knife smells delicious now, something Bhairav may appreciate.
Yangdu knows my taste for the esoteric, and sent one of these knives over for me to review. Ram Kumar made a few of these for HI, based...
May she rest in peace.
It’s unusual enough it may not have a commonly accepted name. It was posted here when Yangdu first sold it. If you’re up for some detective work...