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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Well, those are phenomenal. Thank you for sharing!
The elementum is a great little folder! I own the Damascus/CF and a D2/G10 version. Really dig Civivis and a ton of bang for the buck!
204P PM2 exclusive today in my favorite color, Green!
A small knife made from an old German, small bowie blade, turned into a wharncliff/sheepsfoot with oak handle wrapped in jute.
I'm not going to show it as it would taint the thread with its ugliness. But its a beater you could throw across the road against a lamppost and not care what happens. and its been cutting stuff up all morning.
I love that Red Meadow so much every time you post it. I really gotta find out what those are about at some point.
I thought I'd mix it up for Throwback Thursday and solo-carry something small, light, and out of my usual range. This discontinued BMK 707 Sequel sports DOAT CF scales which came along as extras with one of the 3 705's I've bought over the years to match up with my 710's.
Yessir, I do agree.
Thick blade Thursday
Normally don't carry a knife this size and weight in shorts, but what the heck.
Whatsup Blade brethren! Haven't posted for a few days, as I've been on a little camping trip with the fam all week. I took an array of knives as I have a tendency to do; The Jurassic and Dragonfly were in my pockets, the Moras were for food prep, The Benchmade carved up some lighter knot as well as a few other camp tasks, and the LT Wright played the vital role of slicing up some fresh figs to enjoy for desert while I sipped my after-dinner whiskey by the fire . I didn't snap as many pics as I normally do, but I managed a group shot as well as one pic by the creek.
Carrying the Bugout today as I unpack.
Another day, and another pile of lumber...
Carrying the SMF.
Today it's my customized M390 Manix 2. It's got carbon fiber scales and a blue glow backspacer from Custom Scale Division and a Flytanium ball cage. It doesn't really come through in the pictures, but there's almost a 3D effect with the pattern on the scales. It's really, really cool.
Going Big and little today