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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
You must be from my neck of the woods
That looks like Avery County
What a beautiful knife one of my favorite traditionals ! I really love the bone handles on yours to.
Did the same with mine during the break in process The action is Emerson phenomenal now. That wonderful hydraulic feel and smooth as silk . For sure during the break in process it’s so rewarding as it gets better and better. For some reason I’ve found the Tiger breaks in the fastest but probably because out of the box from my experience it’s got a head start compared to some other Emerson’s.
My go to EDC. Ole Faithful 85
Well one of my much anticipated knives has arrived. Going to snag it out of the mail box and take my little hot rod for a ride. It’ll be waiting for me when I get home and can’t wait !
My before carry Mercedes approved of course
For some reason ever since she was kitten to this day when ever I lay my cloths out on the bed she has to lay on them and cuddle with my cloths lol. When it’s time to get dressed she talks back and gets sassy when I “try” to move her off them. It’s nice in the winter because my cloths are always nice and warm lol.
Sticking with yesterday's theme of under appreciated knives that I hadn't carried in a while, I was going to go old school...and did, except for the fixed blade.
I believe the Boker Gemini and the Case Copperlock are both from the 1990s. The Fairly EDC, or whatever it's called is much newer; but I never liked it...though it's better after a little handle reshaping (still needs a little more).
Somebody remind me to sand & polish the bolsters on the copper lock
Hahaaa yes sir, good eye! I'm 2 county's over in Yancey. Most of my better pics were taken on the parkway while out riding my motorcycle
I prefer apple slices
20th century you mean? Don't think the Boker Gemini was in production back in the 1800s.
Today is a Vic Cadet kind of day.
Oh jeez, lol..I started out saying they were from the 1990s, decided to change it & halfa$$ed the adjustment.
Thanks for the correction
Hahaha. Good deal!
I gotta say, we live in some very beautiful country.
Jumping on the Spyderco dog pile. Just love the straight spine.
Well just got back from a wonderful ride although I did cut it a little shorter then I normally would. Can’t understand why just because I had this waiting for me with a fancy new DLT Matt shouldn’t of made a difference
Now I just need to figure out what it is
It just finished inspection from the inspector
And permission to open it was given
Spinning some Vinyl to enhance the Experience with some AC DC
EDIT : The unveiling continues it’s a slow delicate process and must got threw all my knife/boxing opening procedures and rituals