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Fine knives you have right there.
Let us know how the damascus peanut holds its edge, please.
A big OK from me for that nice badge. :thumbsup:
Thanks for showing us a real peanut :D
Welcome to our cult :D
RIP Charlie Mike. Sad to see you go, so soon. You shall be missed.
Congrats on a beautiful knife.
I sharpen it when needed on the 40° setting on my sharpmaker. From time to time, I give it a few passes on the 30° setting as well.
Or I do 30-40...
Nice to take out from the pocket a knife just to look at it, to enjoy it. Congrats.
Yeah, thanks, and the same from here, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
Thank you man, appreciate it.
And Rogatsby that is a nice pocket worn peanut if i see it right. Had one some years ago.
Maybe they have differences that count in actual use, like a different spine angle as it meets the handle, (peanut that looks like an U) different...
Nice peanuts everybody :thumbsup:
Beautiful picture, of a perfect pocket knife Ace.
Happy Halloween my friends.
I love the half stops :D
Same thing, kind of, happened with my chestnut bone. A friend took it from me a few years back, to look at it, and he dropped it on some asphalt,...
The chestnut bone shield looks very nice I'd say.
And the pins look different in the picture from the one in the video. Or maybe this one was remade? I don't know.
Hey Jack, :D
So by who is this knife made, by Carl Kammerling, or by James Barber, or Barbour, as mentioned by Vinnie in one video, at 0:39.