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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by Redmeadow Knives, Mar 22, 2019.
Thanks John, we did! Further details can be found elsewhere here on BF.
great pics guys.
welp, i didn't get any blood on the serrano (?) out in ohio. only got one shot....aaand i missed. i didn't hit him where i wanted. fortunately, i didn't hurt him....i saw him again a couple days later. pretty bummed about it, but all i can do now is learn from it....i know what i did wrong.
guess that means i actually need to try during the VT season this year.
And yeah, cross-draw is awesome, my preferred method of carry with the Serrano
Good luck in VT, keep us posted!
That happens, always sucks when it does. I hope you have better success in VT!
So far, it's mine too! Completely out of the way there. However, since I usually don't tuck my t-shirt in, I'm still not sure (but I do tuck my shirt in when pheasant hunting, since I'm wearing suspenders that button inside my pants).
I've admittedly not carried a fixed blade much in the crossdraw position, except when I have a firearm strapped to my right side (usually when Elk hunting, and both knife and pistol are strapped to my pack belt).
Just got back from a couple days in South Newfane...friend has a cabin there.
had to look that one up. i don’t know southern vt very well apparently.
sounds great though. any luck?
Didn't go for hunting, but hung out with some others Fri night that were heading out first thing Sat morning. Saw 2 fresh kills via cars though
"But.. but.. stacked leather and carbon steel can't get wet!! They'll disintegrate!"
nice. when i sent my hunting update, i was trying to attach a pic of my serrano in the snow, but i could never get the file small enough to post via my phone....so naturally, i gave up.
I use an app called Snapseed on my phone. It's about the quickest way I've found to edit and resize under 500kb. Never Surrender!!!
thanks for the snapseed tip. i'll check it out.
i can't seem to get rid of these IMG tags. guess i need to post more pics.
Praktice makes Perfict!
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I'm the official pencil sharpener for my kids. I would give them a pencil sharpener but I like the illusion of being necessary. I gotta say though, the Serrano is by far the best knife I've ever used to sharpen a pencil. The belly is in the perfect spot.
Damn, nice work!
Damn nice work, too