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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by SW-EDC, Aug 29, 2019.
My dog's food comes frozen and the pieces bind together pretty hard. I used to split them up with a butter knife until I ended up bending one trying to pry a couple of pieces apart.
i groomed my nails with my Fox 599, nothing really to see, except crudely manscaped manicure
nice frenchie, good color, fine toothpick
Unfortunately no pics, but I used my brand new Benchmade Bugout (first day carrying it) to help two guys outside a store cut some twine to tie their purchase on top of their car. I was leaving the store and saw them vainly trying to cut the twine with their car key and offered my services. Yet another reason to always carry a knife!
Opened several light packages, cut a ton of jetline. Pulled several low voltage lights in and stripped the cords on them. Scored some silicone to take a cover off, opened my sons toothbrush, cut tape. Cut some jetline to put on a sump pump to lower in a hole
Cut up some cardboard to cover up a countertop to sit a vent motor on. Opened some packages, stripped some romex and cord, and cut some foil tape
Just a little bit of cardboard today
Playing make believe electrician today. All new switch plates and a new box install for cable tv in the master bedroom. Walls are freshly painted and new hard wood floors go in Monday.
Scored some Sheetrock, I knew there were old wires just notched in the joist so didn’t want to run sawzall thru them. Opened several packages. Stripped some romex. In order to change out the fingers and bad breaker on the panelboard I had to take the other breaker out across from it as well. The feeds weren’t marked so I taped the phases before taking the wires out.
Been a low key day. Only thing I did with mine so far was take pic to post on a FB group. If the USPS comes through today I will be using it to open a box with a 2003 Emerson Commander.....if not there is always phone book paper to cut
MBK EWC came in today, so I broke down a box. Definitely did not need to cut it down this much, but wanted to see what working with this knife was like