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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by JOELSM, Sep 9, 2020.
Olive would probably appreciate a good brushing with it:
Looks like the tip might make a good fingernail cleaner, but I can’t tell from pictures of it is pointy enough or too thick and rounded.
very useful lobotomy tool. I wouldnt, but the law did say lobotomy is perfectly suitable for bipolar individuals.
Truth right here.
Pictures or it didn't happen!!!!
It sure looks a lot like the combs on dog grooming knives I've seen... both vintage / historic, and a modern Rough Rider I have.
Hey, at least it is a knife! Microtech made an OTF beard comb, and all you got was the comb! (And a light wallet.)
Good luck with trying that comb out on my Princess She'd give you life changing injuries if you came near her with that thing Can't say I'd blame her...
For all those suggesting back scratcher, for Heavens sake, check you deployed the comb rather than the blade first! You really really don't want to have to explain that to the ER person, they'll be laughing so much the stitches will be all over the place.
Betty says, "Remove that pedestrian tool from my presence and return with something suitable."
It wouldn't make a bad bird hunting knife--the capifter and fork for the traditional after hunt beer and snack, the comb for removing burrs from the dog.
Hopefully In that order.
Yeah, but at some point there’s a circle of life in that method of use!
She has grown to like it. I get this out of her almost daily. You should see our home's air filters.
Olive has a twin!
The first time I saw that I thought it would make a good Dog Grooming tool.
You are correct, there are knives with a dog grooming blade that's similar to a comb. But Shhhhush, it's sexier for hipsters to believe it's for a beard
So, people who buy and enjoy these are hipsters? Careful, your "miserable old man" is showing.