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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
That’s a beauty, never goes out of style either. I sure would have packed that one back in the day just to have on hand. Brother approved. Also, your in box is full.
Thanks my brother on both accounts
SK Blades "THE GENTLEMAN" Buck 110 (Drop Point CPM154 blade and black G10 covers with German Silver bolsters and liners.) paired with a Marbles MR431 D2 Sowbelly Stockman, which just happens to share the black G10 covers and German Silver bolsters ... but it does possess brass liners ...
The edge on the 110 just refreshed/touched up to 15 DPS (pile side was originally off a degree or three)
The stockman is 10 DPS on all three blades. .
No redundent clip point blade this week.
The sky wasn't blue
The sun hasn't shined
But we sat by the door
And we cried and we whined
We barked and we howled
Til we got our way
And went out for our walk
On a cold gray wet day
Given the weather I thought these were appropriate -
A Jarvenpaa knife and a S&M canoe....
The late winter sun, created an atmosphere for some perfect snaps today.
What Benchmade is that?.It looks awesome.
Knife is a regular Freek with S30V, originally it had those gray and black scales, the rubber on those had to go, it was a pita to pocket. New scales are from Aramis, Russia. It takes a while to get them, but the quality is top notch, definitely worth the wait.
Here it is with another hobby of mine, diecast replicas.
I haven't actually carried and used these 2 for quite some time so I'll be carrying them for the next week.
Late night barbecue with my Favorite Barkie leading the way to New York strip steak heaven topped with a cold beverage
Hope all my Blade Brothers and Sisters are having a great weekend.
These two idiots:
Today with this Portuguese knife by J.M.P.-Especiosa in horn.