Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
6.5 G is the way I'm going also. However I carry a HEST as my sharp tool
Off work pair:
(not pictured KaBar TDI, Vic Spirit X)
I’m looking forward getting home were my Black Friday score is waiting for me
Unfortunately no pizza left but I do have a left over NewYork boneless steak waiting also.
Finished my Paul Newman pizza Saturday
I know everyone is anxiously awaiting the unveiling until then here’s a hold you over lol of my other beauty
I think I can speak for the rest of us that the anticipation of your unveiling is killing us! Please hurry home...
more snow cleanup getting done.
Griptilians have partial liners, filtrum, that serve to support the cantilever of a locked, open blade, though they're located more to the top of the knife in proximity to the forward two stand-offs. If you squeeze the open side of the scales two-handed with great force you might get a mm or two of movement. The design plus the Micarta is really solid.
Full disclosure: These are old pics as we're in our second of what will be a three-day, apocalyptic wind/rain storm and the light is terrible. I still have my Dragon in my pocket though I did carry my Grip here to the kitchen table to test for squeezability.
Please don't fire that near your cat and damage his hearing.
Carried my LNIB Benchmade 940 again today.
That is a great pic!
2 yards right?..... lol just kidding man nice group.
It was only seven yards but that was just a fun target .Some point shooting mixed in with rapid fire and grab the gun from table to the ready position and let them rip lol.
Also did some target Practice to get a nice feel of the trigger reset. That’s one thing I like about Glock’s is most have a really nice tactical reset you can feel and sometimes hear. Most of my hand gun shooting/fun/practice is from 7 to 10 yards were you’d be in most self defense distances.”actually I believe it’s only 2 to 3 feet if I remember correctly but regardless I like 7 to. 10 yards.
For kicks I’ll sometimes go to the back stop lol or if I’m in the woods and not at the range I’ll push the distance out and use a little Kentucky windage lol. Years ago when I did armored truck my partner was a x Navy seal that taught me a lot what a great guy and nicest also very low key you’d never know what he was and hope you’d never find out if you didn’t know him lol
Lol. It wasn't energized. Or even wired yet for that matter.
Grabbed the Kapara again after work and been carrying it off and on for a few days now. Finally growing accustomed to its nuances that i initially didn't care for and have adjusted how i grip the handle when releasing the comp lock which seems to work better (more pinching pressure with thumb and middle finger on scales). would still prefer it with a liner lock but i dont feel like I wanna sell it off and the blurple PM2 I traded for it was a good barter indeed.