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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Carried my HK 14715 today to a farm, on the edge of town and bought some corn among other things.
They had a bunch of characters hanging around the wagons of corn that was just pick this morning
Changing it up today:
Another lazy shot lol
Reached the loft and thought to self, “I should post a pic of today’s carry” — disregard the vacuum in the background.
We got up tp our camp in Vermont around 9:30 last night and spent the today just hanging out and getting settled in. We set up the deck rockers, table, and grill; uncovered the Ranger; got out the door-yard bench and chairs; and lots of other pedestrian, but enjoyable tasks as they all are part of a stay of several days to a week. Our shed was built by the previous owners last husband out of leftover and reclaimed materials and includes an old board door with an equally old 4-lite barn sash attached. Years ago the right horizontal muntin fell out along with the two glass panes and I screwed a piece of plywood in their place. This morning the upper left pane fell out upon opening and I removed the loose muntin and plywooded that side too, using my Hati to remove the slight amount of dry,cracked glazing compound remaining.
Later, we took the Ranger to our hilltop meadow for a gorgeous view on a beautiful last week of summer day that's way more like fall in this northern clime.
Nice Harsey Folder, I've wanted one for a while. not a big thumb stud guy but it looks like such a knife.
that Laconico is beautiful
They’re very well built and very nice. Big negative is that they are very thick behind the edge, if that’s important to you.
Good info, thanks. Someday I'll pick one up.
Really digging this little guy.
There's probably no comparison, but your pic reminded me how much I like my Laconico Keen, so I got it out again. The design is simple, well made, it's great for everyday cutting chores without looking tactical, it carries like a much smaller knife & it's just soooo smooth.
There very much IS a comparison, I have both (my Keen is also holey but plain stonewash). The Keen no doubt is a "better" knife for most folks to be honest, but I think this little MBK Min Pin is just sexy as hell. I just marvel at the lines.
When the holy one arrived last year, I liked it so much that I immediately got back on Massdrop & got a slotted one. I reserve it for important social events, like the weekly trip to Walmart & such.
After a ride on my Wicked Edge, my Keen is one of my most impressive cutters.
Thanks man! I will add that this is definitely not a fidget piece — as nice as the thumb studs are, they will shred up your thumbs lol.