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Discussion in 'JK Handmade Knives' started by JK Knives, Jan 10, 2009.
Which model is that?
I think its the pukko but could be wrong
That's for sure what it is
SB element with me clearing mountain bike trails this morning. Kept it handy in the front pocket for the small stuff, but there was far more big stuff today than I expected. Good thing I brought the big guns, though I could've used a powerbar and some go-go juice by the end of the 3 hr ride. Took out about 20 small trees this morning that were across the trail. Maybe I should've kept that order for the JK hudson bay . But, gotta save up for the start of 2020.
What trail is that?
Looks like where I lived in ne Georgia. I'm gonna move back there. I love Alaska but the family does not.
And all jk family members need to post their jk collections tonight.
SE Michigan. It's like a jungle in the summer. It makes big knives a very reasonable solution when considering because the need for a machete and an axe is pretty frequent when in the woods. I know a lot of guys like saws, and I carry a large folding saw during my rides too (silky big boy) but the chopping tools are very convenient as they don't bind up like a saw and 75% of the stuff I'm cutting is hung up in trees or something else. Often, the silky big boy and a swamp rat ratweiler are with me after a storm so I can get after some of smaller things while I'm just out for a ride, and not too heavy like what I had yesterday. I don't like flying down trails too much with the big axe or saw.
I think I did this at one point in another forum area, I will try to post a few.....since I like to do that anyway.
I always love seeing your Hudson bay come out. Next year, I'm going to have to finally get one once the big orders from January are over. If you ever feel the need to pass that one along, please keep me in mind.
had to do some radiator work yesterday and it’s still one of my least favorite things to work on.
Nice collection photos. I had forgotten that we made the Bushcrafter for Bluegill trade.
That is Hickory Glen trail in Commerce, MI. http://commercetwp.com/departments/hickory-glen
I have most of them here. I have a Hurley Creek Lite getting a sheath made and a little one at work on my desk. Pretty nice little crowd. I couldn't get good lighting and I've never found the camera flash to work well with knife blades, but you get the idea.
I’ll have to take a collection shot this week