Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'JK Handmade Knives' started by JK Knives, Jan 10, 2009.
New EDC combo.
Thanks! Photos are from Red Rocks near Vegas.
The scenery is gorgeous. Something about being outdoors lowers the blood pressure.
I brought the Deluxe Hurley Creek Lite in with me to the lab today. Still one of the best EDC fixed blades I've had.
What is the blade length in the Deluxe HCL? Handle and overall length? Thanks. I know that info was it there when these sold, but I forget. I have extended Worker this tiis close to that size.
The bottom with the natural micarta. Mine does not have the protruding guard.
I had the handle extended on mine so it's 4" (where I got the dimensions and design for my pocket woodcrafter with John's blessing) and the blade is 2 3/4". Stock handle length was 3 3/4" I believe. OAL is 6 3/4".
Thanks, I also had the handle extended.
Winter marshmallows with the wife after a well deserved date night. Playing with the new EO1 EDC (now available for try-before-you-buy) with a new UCO flatpack firepit that I thought was really interesting. I think the EO1 line continues to be one of the better companion knives around. I prefer the full-length hunter, but the EDC didn't feel as short as the specs suggest as 4" handles are about my bottom limit for length for fixed blades that aren't designed to be hidden.
Mmmm... I love a nice little fire.
I was out grabbing some pictures of knives available in the try-before-you-buy program yesterday and I'm pretty pleased with what I got. That Kephart is getting more photogenic as the patina starts to set in.
One of my favorite places. The Valley of Fire. At sunrise and sunset it really looks like it's on fire.
Playing around today with the rental Bluegill. I’m really enjoying it!
I carried the Bluegill with me almost all day yesterday. Here are some of our “adventures”...
We went to the backyard to check on our fruit trees. Here it is helping me check on the kumquat tree.
Then the apple tree.
And then the peach tree.
Chopped some wood. (Not with the Bluegill, lol)
Put some ribs on the smoker.
Then built a fire in the outdoor fireplace.
Love this! It's a joy seeing knives put to work and even though it's not my knife design/offering, I'm glad you're able to get value out of the rental service like it was intended. Seeing patina is always fun too.
Thank you for sharing the pictures and experiences.
Looks like you are enjoying your time with the Bluegill.