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  1. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Modern Seax 1/4" 1084 wip thread

    Looks like a beast. What are your thoughts on the edge retention of 1084? I have used a few knives made from 1084 from a few different manufacturers and the results were not similar. One had horrible retention and the other was fairly decent—close to my favorites...Becker’s (kabar’s)...
  2. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Photo Thread

    @David Mary I gotta say, those two blades of yours look like they fit in right next to the pair of CRKs... I’m not much of a fan of Chris’s knives but recognize his abilities and contributions to the knife community and what an honor it is to have your work sitting side-by-side next to his work...
  3. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    David Mary Custom Folders and Reblades

    That is so much awesome. I love the budget spyderco line-up...all great blades
  4. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    You're saying that wrong...

    Seen/saw/have seen is misused pretty heavily around here... My wife gives my family a hard time because we say “crick” instead of “creek”
  5. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Photo Thread

    Ouch. It looks like you didn’t utilize the built in safety feature on bagels...the stabilization hole...as you start to cut the bagel, just slide your finger so that the center joint is inside the hole and the bagel is stabilized by the length of your finger. Perfect cut every time
  6. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    My Mom is a Custom Knife Collector

    Nice! I’ll be watching
  7. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    My Mom is a Custom Knife Collector

    Your mom sounds like an awesome lady. You are both lucky to have each other. Moms are often our biggest fans. This thread prompted thoughts and memories of a wonderful woman. Had I been a knife maker she would have owned more of my knives than anyone else and she didn’t even like knives haha...
  8. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    You're saying that wrong...

    My biggest grammatical pet peeve is the incorrect usage of the word literally. “I am literally dying of laughter right now.” NO! If you were literally dying then you would really be dying. :rolleyes::mad: my wife is a former teacher and strict about grammar with our kids. They have excellent...
  9. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    MagnaCut customs - Books Closed

    After reading that article, MagnaCut sounds like an incredible steel. That would make an absolutely perfect steel for the EDChef knives...
  10. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Photo Thread

    The best beach edc combo...A David Mary EDChef and Spyderco Salt2. It was a match made in heaven. The EDChef stayed on the beach with the food and the Salt2 remained in my pocket all day while in the water...(sorry I didn’t get beach pics...too busy relaxing lol)
  11. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    What's happening in the shop?

    Love that Barax. That sheath doesn’t have flaws it has character. Id buy that blade as is with the current sheath and be proud to carry it. I’d rather have an imperfect product than a perfect one and know that material was wasted...
  12. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    What's happening in the shop?

    It kinda reminds me of a rhino horn... It’s a Rhino Bowie
  13. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    What's happening in the shop?

    They all look great! That curvy dagger looks sweet
  14. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    AEB-L Customs - Thicker Stock - Books Closed

    5/32 is the perfect all around thickness to me.
  15. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Photo Thread

    thanks for clarifying. I was about to take out a loan
  16. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    What's happening in the shop?

    Amazing work, David!
  17. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Help me name my neck knife design? - Edge-C, aka Every Day Gent's Carry

    On that note... trailmate Hiker Hiking buddy Companion Tag-a-long SAP (sharp and pointy) Thorn
  18. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    LC200N Customs - Books Closed

    WOW! That top one is stunning. I LOVE two-tone designs... what does that run for?
  19. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Help me name my neck knife design? - Edge-C, aka Every Day Gent's Carry

    I really like The Stinger. It flows really well by itself but also with the blade variations... Wharncliffe Stinger Drop-point Stinger Tanto Stinger Sheepsfoot Stinger Trailing Point Stinger Etc...
  20. OutdoorsFamilyMan4

    Sale - ENDED

    Some great stuff, David. That machete is awesome! (Makes me want a sword lol), That little wharncliffe skarapel looks like a tough little sucker and the mini ice pick is a very unique but handy little tool. I bet it has awl kinds of uses (see what I did there ;))
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