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Feather sticks...? Haha I couldn't really say. From what I've heard its a great grind for a woods knife. I don't know much about them. I'm sure...
Its called a Scandinavian grind. Scandi for short. I've never owned a scandi but I've heard they're awesome for bushcrafty type things. Hope this...
I believe the zancudo without the mosquito was the first run.
I lost that same knife last year, i think someone walked off with mine though. +1 on cleaning it up and carrying it, it has character and a story....
What i found from my google-fu is that is a New York Hammer Brand. Could be wrong though but it looks like the same markings as this one
This. Plus a leatherman and maybe a folder.
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which means it did not meet factory standards, it has some kind of defect. i dont know what the 2 means but thats what a factory second is.
My prodigy doesnt seem to have those lines.
that turned out awesome :thumbup:
i use to get it alot as a kid around my ears and eyes but i havnt gotten into it since i was maybe 10.
i would like 423
Think of the re-sell value in a few years. Ive only sold one knife off, and it was a duplicate.
http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/928238-New-Esees-These-are-just-ridiculous-lol?highlight=eseehttp:// there you go
ya, they did
The ontario rat 3 and esee 3 have different handle/tang lengths, so i dont think so.
Nothin special, found the pot and lid at a thrift store for a buck. The fork was 10 and the stove was 20, i think.
DIY wind screen and pot stand,...
I usually bring a few oranges and trail mix, or a baggy of frosted mini wheats. Salami stick and muenster cheese is pretty good too. Or you could...
Para2 or Delica 4
Para2 black on black
Delica 4 FFG brown
and i just started playing around with a Case Sodbuster Jr. in CV