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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Looks pretty cool. I can’t find any information on this knife. Is it a limited run or custom?
Wow, that’s gorgeous, definitely show that one off in the pic of the week too.
My Finally Friday EDC is a new A. Wright & Son LTD lambsfoot, straight outa Sheffield, in Rosewood that I've had for about a month now. I think the fit & finish is very decent and it has the snap of a beartrap.
Thanks man. Yeah that was a run of 80 that sold out fairly quickly. But if it interests you, he’ll do more, maybe a similar but different configuration later. Just search Williams Blade Design. He has a website and then makes announcements on IG.
Thank you sir!
Bit of a hike yesterday.
Going with my elk antler Buck 112 and the always handy Vic Tourist...
Yeah, I'm really digging that setup.
Pretty much settling in on EDC . The 692 Buck is for slicing fajita meat later. I also believe I have covered the knife layers of traditional, traditional fixed, higher end modern and the more modern 692 w ATS 34
Current top 3 of my edc rotation... today is the anso orso because it's casual Friday and its slim profile fits better in shorts.
Combat Troodon vs Jazz Apple:
This thing always shocks me at it's superlative slicing performance. It was even better than Gayle.
We took a drive up Aufderheide scenic byways and then around 30 to 40 or so miles on logging roads.
TGIF everyone! Hope y’all have a great weekend
Thanks my Friend!
It does match good and the G-Mascus pattern looks really cool and I love how there all different.
They are Mystical aren’t they
Luna and Ireland are cuties !
Mercedes has a similar play station and loves it. It’s her little get away when she’s had enough of me
OK, @DCFree , as requested here's my Voron, which I assume is the Cheburkov you wanted to see.
I had this on me grocery shopping this morning, thwacked it out to cut a coupon in the frozen foods aisle, and got quite the bug-eyed look from a woman I didn't realize was watching.
The other thing that just occurred to me is that this blade has a rather substantial hole in it which I hope doesn't offend anyone's sensibilities or good taste, @jheis .
You should know and I hope you appreciate, DCFree, how hard it was for me not to pocket my new XM18 Skinny this morning, although it seems to be lurking around in its slipcase now that I'm back home again.