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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Took a crack at making my own micarta scale for the Firetac.
An Italian friend once told me, “Use a knife, go to jail.” He was referring to eating pasta. Let’s say I had it there... just in case.
Roasted some coffee tonight and still carrying the Waypoint.
Happy Saturday Knife lovers.....
I love the Bronze Lightning Strike Carbon Fiber on my Iron Wolf this picture really highlights it and some glow in the dark Delica fun. Bonus picture Mercedes taking a Saturday afternoon nap with her buddy
Crap, you did too?! I roasted a pound of Kenyan beans this aft... GREAT to hear that this is NOT just about knives. It’s about what we frickin’ love. Passion. Been roasting since 2003, and I’ve never looked back. Best coffee I’ve had all my life. An Ethiopian made it in my cup this morning. And it was good...
This is how I make mine it’s a delicate process but the results are phenomenal.
Fantastic. To each his own when it comes to what you enjoy in the cup. AND, when you have a great knife to ponder as you enjoy that cup... could life be any better?
Couldn’t agree more my Blade Brother
And a night cap
Nice knife and I love how often Mercedes is in your pictures.
Thanks My Friend! She’s a real sweet heart and deserves to be loved as much as my knives and actually more as she is
That’s a beautiful Lion steel what covers are on that one ?
I purchased a sheath for my nimravus awhile ago but only started carrying it around the house today.
The pattern is called a "bouledogue" (yes, bulldog...) and this one is made by Issard, the father. The son keeps on the knifemaking but those made by the father have a little something extra to them. This one here under is made by Issard son. Love the bouledogues... Hefty in the pocket but a really satisfying knife.
Today in my pocket with this little Opinel.
Green Delica & Red Lil Creek for Sunday.
Thanks for the info. It looks like a hearty little knife, well named.
I've been doing it for a few years now. Aside from the hobby aspect, what I really like is being able to roast small batches frequently to always have fresh coffee. I also enjoy being able to switch between different types without having to use up a large quantity of one kind. I don't know if you've seen either of them, but there is a Knives and Coffee thread which is mostly just pictures and there's a big Coffee thread in the Community subforum too. That one is more talk about coffee than knives and a few of us are home roasters.
To stay a bit on track, I'm sitting here fidgeting with this customized Bugout while having a cup of coffee now.