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An old British Machete found at the flea market for 5 bucks needed a new handle so i made one from some Osage Orange.
My current favorite is my BHK Muk.
The Mora Lite My Fire pretty much covers all your bases. the only thing it is lacking is the whistle, which you could easily add for a dollar or...
It looks like knife companies are just trying to market to "collectors". Marketing to collectors is a tried and true means to generate profit,...
Danglers are nice I prefer them for the comfort. When you sit, if it is out of position slightly they do not twist at odd angels and pull on your...
Use the right tool for the job.
Mora for the win.
Mora knives generally don't come in boxes, and with many under $20 it makes you wonder why all these stupid expensive and...
A doubt the friction of such a small linear motion bearing in a rotational motion application would be perceivable to an untrained human.
I bought this little BHK Convex PLSK II in Tulsa last month, but they year is not over yet.
I've made knives with less, I see a nice little primitive blade under all that pitting and rust.
It looks like a thick hunk of steel that could be saved, soak it in vinegar for a couple of days then put and handle and edge on it have a sweet...
Something that is currently available at the P.X. and not too expensive so it can easily be replaced. A two or three layer SAK, and a Kabar USMC...
Typical work day setup, a Kersaw Link, BHK Maverick Colt, and Swiss tool.
Typical weekend in the country
Typical night out on...
Yup, I had the same issue, after some oil and a bit of playing with it it flips like the dickens. It is my go to Steak knife.
Actually I sort of like the positive grip on the slide the decockers provide. The darn thing won't slip even if your hands are sweaty or greasy.
Neither, my 45 is a S&W 4506. [IMG]
I have used many different brands of razor knives for many years, the best ones I have used are the Milwaukee, Klein Tools, and the Kobalt 56653....