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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
It’s hard to keep up with you guys but I’m trying !
Well, I did remember what I mentioned last week and used this knife to make it Wilson Combat Wooden Wednesday today. This one's the Extreme Lite Carry in Cocobolo made by Fox Knives in Italy and has great sentimental value for me. I bought it in an old school cutlery shop in Barcelona a few years back on the last vacation we took with our 3 grown sons. We rented a rooftop 4 bedroom with two patios for a week across from the marina at the edge of the Old City and just had a blast hanging out and exploring.
Edit: Here's one more....
Carry a small fixed blade and disposable gloves to gut it, Turkeys really have a foul smell to them. A small fixed blade is the easiest of all to wash the fat and smell off of. Also, a small folding hand saw for trimming any small branches or brush you will undoubtedly encounter.
What dat? Standard or thin FK2 with those colorful Tero scales?
Dat is one of dem thin #badidea
Hope you’re enjoying this fine evening up there brother
Wood Wednesday with my first Hinderer
Great picture! Fantastic looking Hinderer!
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Oh, this is really your second post, your first post with the 2 photos beat this post by 17 minutes, haha. You’ll fit right in, and your pictures looked just fine too by the way. Welcome again.
It’s a bright blue sky reflecting off the tinfoil as the pound cake cools off outside. Tree branches reflecting off the blade are giving a camo appearance to it. I’m really liking this Spyderco for a kitchen knife instead of just getting packed away in the hunting/butchering bag.
Beautiful knife and shot !
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Thursday’s carry my beloved ZT 0562ti.
Man I love this knife !! It’s only been a few days from being in my pocket and couldn’t take it any longer. Thought I’d add to the mix my Gec# 62 DLT SFO Easy pocket sporting Blue Camel bone .
Happy Hump Day, folks!
If I have my SAK on me it means I'm doing yard work and need the bottle opener. It actually came in handy for other stuff today too.
That's a pretty knife, even better that it has a story.
Solid advice. You’re right about the smell too, nastiest critter I’ve ever dealt with. I do no gutting though. I take the breasts and that’s it. Some hunters will frown upon that, I know.
The bow river is a great budget fb. Just received my second one today actually haha. I wouldn't mind a steel upgrade but its hard to beat for the price and plenty capable! Maybe it'll end up in the kitchen also.
Decided to go back to basics today.
I put all the fancy and top of the line knives away.
I have a (BTI) Old Timer 858OTB large stockman, an (BTI) Old Timer 280OT Barlow, and a Marbles MR278 "Demo Knife" in my pocket.
A Standard production 2015 Buck 110 is on my belt.
Truth to tell, I could get by without the Barlow, but it's been a while since I carried it.
I will refrain from making an inappropriate joke for once.
So I guess the saying grandma always used "oh dirty turkey feathers" is rather true. Not that she touched a wild turkey in her life in the vast plain that is the south side of Chicago.