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Oh man, mine has been in my pocket since I bought it, the screwdriver is the best!
Nah, take as many as you want!!
It would be an oddity ‘without’ the comb you say? Without the comb???????
(Edit) sorry with the comb...
Also, if for some bizarre reason you are trying to drill through, drill halfway thru, turn the piece over and drill from the other side, you have...
There is no need to drill the entire pin, you only need to remove the head, the part that’s been peened to create an interference fit, once that’s...
Punch the center, use a
sharp bit, better yet a machinists center bit, go slow till the bit grabs, you won’t go off center.
Now that is a fantastic knife!!!
Oh man the screwdriver is so well thought out and useful. I have my cap lifter in my pocket always!
I rather have the cap lifter/screwdriver in place of the can opener myself, it would be the perfect knife, I’d never need another!
Again though, considering they are somewhat rare, I’m surprised that those who have them don’t post them as there have to be in a few safe queen...
I’m surprised I’m not seeing any photos of the Texas camp knife... are they that rare?
Now that’s great, it’s original too!
When I’m in the shop, hands down this is the knife I grab when I need to cut, open, or trim anything. The second most used edge tool, is a 3/4”...
Absolutely. We have a legendary luthier here named Wayne Henderson. He built
His first acoustic guitar with mostly a “pocket knife”. I haven’t...
That’s really well done!
See I’ve got the little one, love it because of the size, steel liners, sweet little knife!
It is a bit strange at first but I really like it!