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Used the large screwdriver to bend up glass retaining tabs on an antique lamp
Used the tinker small blade to cut away some wood for a Light switch upgrade at work
My Pioneer did look like that from fresh out of the box. It being silver on aluminium, and destined to be a rough use work knife I was pretty...
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PS I am jealous of you and your fancy fire starting knife
IIRC you told a story of watching a Park Ranger skin a roadkill deer with a small two inch flake of rock he'd knapped off something and had no...
You can go even faster by making the first cut, and then simply pushing the opener around the top of the whole can in a couple of easy pushes....
The blade , followed by the small s/d on the end of the can opener to turn screws in all kinds of things. That said, I generally end up using...
Fair enough chap, dont blame you at all for that stance. Great to hear he's happy with the knife
Congratulations abbydaddy jnr. Be sure to post photos of ecstatic young chap frothing with keenness once knife arrives
I'm very happy with my Pioneer that you helped steer me too, and also have a recruit.
Just wanted to commend you on making someones day. Keep up...
Glad to see a happy man with a knife.:thumbsup: We'll stand by for loving pics of knife going about life with you :)
Well done chap. One knife, 4 happy people, thats a good show in anyones book :D
Not if they show you pictures of knives while scanning I bet :D
Just like you helped make his day, so you're square
I would imagine the alox line is that way due to extra strength required .
I'm also firmly in Carls camp regarding back tools. I much prefer the smooth feel and find the backside tools much more fiddly to use than the...
Thanks again for making some people s day with a fine knife
Makes for easier access to the main blade ?