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  1. 555

    New member, long time lurker.

    I think you'll also find these Forums and it's community of People as addictive as the hobby/lifestyle of edged tools we all share. Welcome to the Blade Forums.
  2. 555

    Thoughts, vibes needed

    Prayers sent.
  3. 555

    New member

    Welcome to the Blade Forums.
  4. 555

    Budget Yard and garden knives

    I find when working in a Dirt environment, folders take to dirt about as well as chainsaw chain, it only takes a little bit of dirt to mess up the works, this is where a Fixed Blade rule over folders.
  5. 555

    Budget Yard and garden knives

    Back in the day, these were the Garden Knives/tools.
  6. 555

    New member, long time lurker.

    Welcome to the Blade Forums. A Paid Membership will open the doors to the unseen.
  7. 555

    Pocket Hole Prevention Ideas

    An Apron might have people thinking you are trying to sell them Insurance. :D But Shirley I don't want to interrupt the Flow of the thread. :D Construction, Farm, Ranch, Logging, etc. is really hard on clothes, with the fronts of jeans taking most of the wear and as you know, working in the...
  8. 555

    Hello from a new member

    Welcome to the Blade Forums. You're in luck, Mortgage Rates are at a low. :D
  9. 555

    Pocket Hole Prevention Ideas

    Thanks for sharing your experiences and ideas. I see where I need to spend more money and time shopping for assorted knife accessories then knives themselves. :D I've worn many of the jean brands mentioned, they all wear for me, some faster than others. My average carry is 4 to 4 1/4 inch...
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    Pocket Hole Prevention Ideas

    As I'm about to do my Sunday pocket repairs on jeans, I'd like to know how others are dealing with this. I've been carrying Traditional Pocket Knives daily for decades, with pockets carrying keys, coins, knives, pens without producing holes, the front of the jeans would in time fade in the...
  11. 555

    Hi from Zakopane, Poland

    Try to. :D It's that holy grail Earth Escape vehicle I can't seem to find a dealer for on the web that is slowing me down. :D I'm also from a water rich area, drank from a lot of mountain springs and I ' m s t i l l h e r e........... :D Have a Water Filter straw...
  12. 555

    Hi from Zakopane, Poland

    EEK! It figures, most of my interests and hobbies are dangerous. I swore over a decade ago I'd buy a pair after a couple of Winter's with skating rink thick ice, it was so bad that the dog couldn't stand on it. Got lazy as easy winter years passed by, the ice storms have returned this year and...
  13. 555

    Hi from Zakopane, Poland

    I still have a lot of snow and Ice yet, after the ice storms this year, even though the snowshoes have crampons, Glacier style Crampons are on the 2021 shopping list.
  14. 555

    Hi from Zakopane, Poland

    That is the constant in the Universe, since we don't have access to the vastness of Outer Space and are confined to Earth, finding a place for everything we are interested in and everything in it's place becomes more of an Art than a Science. As I post my new set of Snowshoes and Poles are...
  15. 555

    Hi from Zakopane, Poland

    That's like saying you have too many tools or knives. EEK! :D Coffee is my daily vice, filtered pour over as of late, but have everything to brew different ways also. Belated Welcome to the Blade Forums.
  16. 555

    CHRIS REEVE: Thumb- Numb- Zaan

    I like mine, I believe knives, like firearms, becoming proficient in their use, where their operation is second nature, they'll not only work better for you, it'll make them safer to use as well. Saying that, from my experience guitar playing, not all hands and fingers are the same and they...
  17. 555

    Lets talk GEC!

    That seems to be the going trend in a whole lot of things, flipping is one thing, the smart phone has also had a hand in higher resale pricing for years, making it harder to find a fair price. I'm not giving up on GEC, like any market, stay out at the historic high and be ready to buy when...
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    How To Pull plug on paid/cable TV in 2021?

    Woo Hoo! https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2021/02/03/comcast-suspends-data-caps/
  19. 555

    Another new member here...

    Welcome to the Blade Forums.
  20. 555

    How To Pull plug on paid/cable TV in 2021?

    I have a Non Powered Mud Flap antenna indoors that I receive 18 + channels on, I believe you're in a populated area so you should do well with this old school tech, like what I've seen in the Baltimore Washington DC area, where rabbit ears would pick up a lot. I also run Roku Ultra's that work...
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