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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Still a great pocket dump less the chapstick of course
Carried the people friendly elementum to my sons baseball game this morning. now back to some front flippin action and a bigger blade!
Digging the gnarly rams horn
A week ago @abbazaba posted a Hinderer pic here that included his very cool Armstrong 10-943 nut-driver handle that features a 1/4" female receiver in the butt of the handle, giving the user the option to insert a ratchet handle for extra torque. I just had to have one, googled, found one, and had it ordered PDQ. I've got quality mechanics' tools including multiple 1/2" and 3/8" drive sets, but just a cheap auto parts store counter 1/4" set with sockets, ratchet, extension, and nut driver handle. The Armstrong didn't quite fit in the crappy plastic case plus and, wouldn't you know it, the cheap plastic hinge-type latch broke this very time I opened it--weird, because I've had this thing for well over 20 years. Anyway, I had to cut a strip of double-sided Velcro for a box closure and excise a bit of plastic from the molded case to fit my new driver handle.
My Tabargan is "only" 440C but that steel was once the latest and greatest and the knife has a really wicked edge since its last sharpening.
Mail call just kicked everything out the pockets for the new bareknuckle exclusive! The detent is noticeably better than my standard bareknuckle and I do like the matte black finish more than I thought I would. Now ill be breaking this one in today while hoping Kershaw will continue to make knives like this, moving away from assisted open for their USA models all together, and the steel upgrade is always welcome!
Man I’m loving this ever elusive Shaman Cruwear
one minute later ...
All the recent pics of CRK’s and RHK’s made today’s carry present:
It’s a nice little folder isn’t it? Weighs almost nothing and has a nice satisfying back lock click.
Today I carried the ZT 0452. So large, yet so light.
Might be the best $80 I’ve spent on a knife (and gotten a whole knife...).
Micarta Brothers from a different mother
Safest packages ever!!!
The Camillus electrician's knife I use pretty much every day around the house. The Remington got its first use today cracking a brew.
Aaaaaaand now I’m hungry.