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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Aryan29, Mar 11, 2020.
Yes, Mora 2000 and thank you
Hello @Retired UPS Driver
He made quite a combo with that duo,,, impressive!
Great way to start off, a grand entrance for sure. I like all the new recent activity that’s coming here too.
That Dexter I posted yesterday used to be my Grandfathers daily kitchen knife. I have such good memories of him always using it on the yellow Formica kitchen table to slice up the cured pork belly for frying. I too use it now in the kitchen every chance I can, each time I hold it I get such a big grin on my face knowing he’s looking down and watching over us.
Have a great weekend buddy and I’ll see you again soon.
Was out doing yard work with- Swamp Rat Battle Rat, Joe Watson Magni and my para 2 tanto...
Some Knives kinda reach us in a way that we like ‘em in the first instance itself.
That Dexter is sure one such knife,
Cherish Grandpa’s memories
Im sure you’re taking good care of it too.
The recent activity in this thread is welcome wholeheartedly. It’s very satisfactory to see lots of interesting knives being shared here.
You have a nice weekend my dear friend.
See you soon,
You know the knives are sure nice, I find that sheath very special, maybe it accommodates both vertical and horizontal carry, cool
Azero’ & Inkosi for Sunday, ofcourse most chores will go to the Inkosi.
You’re Welcome brother,
You have such lovely Combos, must post here more often
BRKT mountain man, Lone Wolf Cocobolo lobo double action & Al Mar sere 2k double action!
Thanks brother, I definitely will
This will have to do for most Sundays this fall. Haven’t checked when the bye is yet.
What is that fixed blade pls (a custom job?)
Neckr, by Joey Roman, from Missouri.
been walking around like this these past two days
My man, nice group your lugging around there Bevan!!!!! Love that fixed blade! I've admired his work for a while. Enjoy, stay safe brother!
Here is a hidden tang "puko" in 15n20. The steel stock was .07. So it is pretty thin and slicey.
The handle is burned hickory and the end caps or "bolsters" are 15n20, held in position by small 15n20 nails i made out of scrap (and epoxy). The tang is also peened over the end cap.
Its the first hidden tang, and first knife out of this steel I've made (4th knife made).
Much appreciated James! I’m looking forward to the batch of Embers that are dropping around December. Makes me smile every time I see that Bullpup being posted Hope all is well brother!