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Glad you enjoyed Harry. :) It was intended to be a comment on the deep hole question posed by @cudgee. I simply wanted a quick OHM vocalization...
You know @sabre cat - Basil Faulty was his own worst enemy ;) :D
I must say I appreciate all the efforts of the PIF Gatekeepers. I can only...
Thank you Thomas that was truly interesting and lovely to watch. I was completely absorbed.
The end product is a treasure. :thumbsup:
Do you have a table on MOONRISE? That would more than triple the fun though after before toasting to José we might all need to consider lanyards...
That is knife perfection Dwight. Lovely photo too :thumbsup: Where can I get one of those? :)
@clk - you got more than 1/2 a WOW from me for those Dowells, aka Wowells :cool:
Very nice collection going there :thumbsup:
My work EDC. Carried an Endura for 6 years without complaint but then moved on to flippers for easier deployment
when my other hand is occupied -...
Teak Armada Navaja by ArtesaniaHerreros
My Teak Sailor's Navaja has a 440B blade. Arrived with a very keen edge so no need for sharpening so far. Will be interesting to experiment with...
OH Wonderfully GOOD - you are giving away José's knives for Christmas :thumbsup: I can't wait. Do you know what I like or should I remind you in...
@lonestar1979 - I like your way of thinking - waiting for one and planning on the next order. :thumbsup:
Yup -José's knives are worth owning in...
HOLY SMOKES Ambassador Don :eek: @Pinemoon - that is over the top beautiful. :thumbsup: It's the knife Zorro would carry as the companion EDC to...
Excellent :thumbsup: :cool:
Excellent Matěj - very nicely done :thumbsup:
Thanks @abbydaddy. Yes it is a sheepfoot. Here, a better profile shot.
Y'all need the ROLLER FEEDER. You can place it 6" off the ground and gray or red squirrels and raccoons simply can not get to the seed. A bear or...
Gary I'll take the Red Kizer. Pm sent.
I had to take my Armada Navaja out to introduce it to it's new sailing waters today. Not boats yet. Need to practice on dry land - cutting cheese...
From Artesanía Herreros of Albacete Spain - José's interpretation of a Navy Knife - aka, Armada Navaja.
This in Teak with nickel silver details...