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Maggie broke out her indoor halloween decorations. It does make the house more fun and the woman's touch is always appreciated.
I had to service...
That was surely a great one....
The 'duckie scaled up nicely.
Let's do it - but we should get the input of the JK community - what are you thinking Mr K?
Well - he still wishes he had come up with the scanduckie - I can feel it. :P
Nice lineup there and a true gentleman.
I would choose a JK knife - either my Kephart or the Viktim - which has proved itself in abuse testing....
I am not sure exactly what the op is trying to push here - but Sal and company have been making great knives for many years.
I have many and none...
Thank you, Gentlemen -
Chad does truly outstanding work.
@UNRL Ghandi I look forward to seeing what Chad creates for you!
Hi Folks -
I asked Chad to craft a sheath for my custom shop FMV14 - we talked about what would be cool, and this is a fairly scarce black and...
I second the ZT0230 - it is light-weight, has a higher-end steel and is not noticeable in your pocket, even in athletic shorts....
Ok then - I can feel the next new surprise model will be the Sting or the Hornet.
Just don't light your pants on fire grinding it.
Thanks Connie - he is lucky to have you there!
I hope he recovers quickly!
Hi guys -
The USPS says they delivered the knife this afternoon to the next passaround participant.
I look forward to another perspective....
Very sad news.
Classic color combo - I like it!
Well I have had the knife almost two weeks I think and I will wrap up with pictures of Maggie making her excellent pork tenderloin. She used the...
Thank you for stepping up. It is a feeling of normalcy in this walk through the zombie-land of 2020.
I also think that the Italian made modern...
A ride on the hog, and keep away from "news" and social media. I also just enjoy time with the wife.
Moving out of Illinois to Tennessee gave be a good reason to thin out my hoarding / collecting.
I had a ton of diecast motorcycles and cars,...
Hi @cbach8tw - I cut them in half, toss them in olive oil, then bake them at 400 degrees for 15 mins or until they are good and browned on the...