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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Spyderco and Manker kind of day today.
Going with these two on this fine Friday.
Thanks. Made by GDSKULLS.
My favorite pint-sized powerhouse will be riding along today. (Dragonfly in VG10)
Swapped the Classic MM today for my old Reg BG42 Sebby. Along with a Tinker, Sm 21 and a Mini Canadian.
Sticking with the Sheepdog so far this morning.
Vacation day and lounging around the house today so picked these two.
Posting from yesterday, as when I finally got in last night kicking off my boots and having a wee dram took priority.
The boy and I hiked a few miles up to an alpine lake, then decided to take on the peak above as well, finally making our way back down following the creek/waterfalls running off of the aforementioned lake. I don't think it's good for him to be stuck behind a computer 5 days a week, so I've been trying to pick at least one day each week that doesn't interfere with his schooling to get out while the weather is still allowing. An educational experience nonetheless IMO.
I don't know why I don't carry this one more--the Ritter blade shape is excellent, M390 steel is a favorite for sharpening and edge retention, the Wilkins Griptilian replacement scales in coarse G10 are great in hand, and the heft and size of this one should make it a great work user as it will be today, heading back down to the basement to continue my furnace project this afternoon.
I love the look of the blood red backspacer, too, with its integral lanyard attachment that leaves the tail hanging off the end of the knife.
Koenig Ariuses.... Ariusi..... Arius x 2... today.
Thank you. I couldnt tell if the slide was milled or not.
Absolutely beautiful pics and totally correct. Mother nature teaches different kinds of lessons, one's best enjoyed with a boy and his dad!! Or girl! Schools are definitely lacking nowadays in basic morals and tenets!! Thanx for sharing!
Feeling nostalgic with my 90's Benchmade Boguszewski Spike (aka Texas toothpick)
Wonderful pictures. I live in flatland at the edge of a desert, so nothing around here looks like that.