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Have a peaceful Sunday!
Goin' small and sanitized today.
That's some prime stag, Will. I'm pretty happy with the stag on my Ohtas.
Have a safe Saturday, folks!
Giving my Halfrich Small Rounder a ride along today.
What a great post! I hope that your Joseph continues to thrive with his forever family. That's a great knife to commemorate your success.
I was lucky to stumble on my favorite pocket knife on the Exchange, so I only know it as a trapper. It is a bit slimmer then other...
This has become a pretty busy place the last few months. Thanks for the comment on the pic, Jack.
Dave's Buckaroo Pouch is just the ticket. I've...
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You'll find the Guidelines here, Guidelines For The "Traditional Folders & Fixed Blades" Sub-Forum....
TGIF denizens of the porch!
Old friend Friday for me. I figure if I carry and post the same knife almost everyday, the least I can do is spend...
Same ol same ol for me. Have a great Thursday, folks!
Made the semimonthly Costco run today. If I could hold a 3 foot machete at arm's length,...
Nice choices, Ron. That pocket worn Case is a beauty.
I gotta get me some Samuel Smith! I like all these that you guys are drinking!
Hope you all have a good Wednesday!
Nice carries today, Jack!
That Mr T keychain must bring some chuckles in the Yorkshire pubs! I had to google it, as I'd never seen one.
That's a great looking Norfolk! Hope yours is as nice as mine is, which is pretty much perfect.
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My two for Tuesday includes a Cramer and a Krein.
Gonna hit 90 degrees F today. Time to see if my Central AC is working.
Have a good one!
I hope it's less an ordeal then you think, Ed. Good luck!
I don't know how I managed to live almost 7 decades without knowing about Wombat...
My bride finally stopped putting kitchen knives in the dish pan. Now they sit on the counter top and get washed, dried and put away, as the good...
That Nut Brown is one of my favorites! Pairs well with your Sheffield carry.:thumbsup:
Ed, when they get that "Honey do" list in their hands it's time to run for the hills! ;)