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jus_gus

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Remembering those that lost their lives while serving our country, or after returning home.
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Nystagmus

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Used the MC, a GB wildlife hatchet and a vintage hand saw that I bought a couple years ago for $3.50. This tree was threatening our shed and fell exactly where I needed it to, thankfully. It only took a few minutes, but I have a healthy respect for people who do this kind of thing on a larger scale for a living...


 

jus_gus

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Careful with open carry. I'm all for it being allowed. I'll fight to my last breath to keep that a thing that can be done.

It makes you a target. Please be careful.

Awesome carry btw. :thumbsup::cool:;)

Thanks Tim, I’m for open carry too, but I just tucked my T shirt in to show what I was carrying. It’s pretty easy to get a concealed carry permit in FL. I just have untuck my T shirt and it conceals very well. :thumbsup:;)
 

TRfromMT

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I ventured way out of bounds here. These are not ironwood. Something I swore I'd never do. I kind of feel icky.

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TT machines way better than Micarta, and since you can leave it rough, it doesn't take near the elbow grease to polish as micarta. It still takes hand sanding, but I sure like working with it more than micarta.

These have 1/8" micarta backers.
 

Big DJ

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I ventured way out of bounds here. These are not ironwood. Something I swore I'd never do. I kind of feel icky.

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TT machines way better than Micarta, and since you can leave it rough, it doesn't take near the elbow grease to polish as micarta. It still takes hand sanding, but I sure like working with it more than micarta.

These have 1/8" micarta backers.
Boy would I like to find a set of those for an EDC!
 
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