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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I've been carrying the Leatherman B2 on and off for a while. I've become fond of it. Lightweight, good quality, takes a good edge and has a serrated blade. It may get carried less in the future since I just bought a serrated Spyderco Ladybug for my keychain. Having a serrated blade in addition to the plain edge is a big attraction of the B2 for me. I'm not a big fan of combo blades. Having one of each is handy.
One or both of these daily. Sending good vibes to @waynorth
All right, sounds good
Any blade play to speak of?
Got tired of cracked screens.
Utica Tungsten, Case, Wright, Vic.
I have a hard time carrying a lambsfoot because one is too long, one is too bulky, two are too nice, and three are a little off-pattern, made in England though they may have been (TEW).
This one is authentic and compact, yet messed up enough that I don't care what's in the pocket with it. Maybe someday I'll get a pin that matches, but NS is so much more expensive than brass. I guess I was too lazy to make steel work.
It looks worse, or rather more used than the pic implies. A quick photoshop to make it look presentable.
Love that one Ted, I may have to pick up another sometime.
Picked this 66 SFO up off the Exchange a few weeks back
Taking the wife and kids to TN. They allowed me a stop at SMKW. Figured the vacation one week carry deserved a photo op.
*edit* seems my gold membership ran out. Guess I gotta fix that even I get back home
None on mine.
Admire that a lot sunk-joint on Master, is it a Half Whittler? If so, one of CASE'S great Penknife patterns
Work took a richly deserved back-seat today Got out for a walk at the country place after re-installing the Robot mower for the season, no more sitting on a noisy fumey insect magnet mower for me since 2012 It works when you want it, makes no noise and cuts superbly you don't have to pick up clippings and compost the stinking stuff . Anyway, fine day in terms of sunshine but a raging wind all day rather put me off. I took a small minimal pack, snack, water-bottle and of course a PSK tin These two covered my needs admirably and you could get by with them alone, but who really wants to on a Knife Forum?
This trio apparently has some luck, the Blues won in overtime last night! Also something pretty cool: I was watching the game at a watch party at the Enterprise Center, the Blues home ice (the game was in Boston). The tv sound feed cut out during the National Anthem, so the fans finished singing it .
Way cool. Go Blues!
Thanks Vince, much appreciated!
Caught the final period of Game one, Tom. Can't see the NBCSN games, but games 4 and on will be on NBC. Have only come to appreciate hockey in recent years, after attending local games. We got a minor league team here about 1999 or 2000, but I didn't watch for years. Fell in love with the game first time I went (maybe 10 years ago). The team is now a youth hockey team in the NAHL, but with the same name: IceRays. I guess I love games where a small hard object is beat with a stick (baseball, hockey, golf)!