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    avoidspam

    What EDC are you carrying today?

    Thread Starter: avoidspam

    Thought I'd give this a go. Sorry if it's been tried before but I quite like the version on the other side of the pond. Everyone gets a bit creative with their camera's... Plus it's a nice opportunity to see what's out there....:) Sam

    Last Post By: Leeroy37 Yesterday, 09:14 AM Go to last post
    Basemetal

    BB Makers Listing

    Thread Starter: Basemetal

    This thread is a resource to list BB Members who categorise themselves as Makers. It is open to bladesmiths, knifemakers, knifebuilders (using other people's blades), and leatherworkers. British Blades can take no responsibility for any deals arising from this thread, which is here simply to...

    Last Post By: steevee Yesterday, 02:31 PM Go to last post
    Smiling-Knife

    Circa WW1 Military Folders

    Thread Starter: Smiling-Knife

    The basic army-issue clasp knife with marline spike and tin opener in the first part of the 1900s was the pattern 6353/1905. It first appeared in 1905 and remained basically the same until the start of WWII. The original spec comprised of stag scales. The first knife in pic 1 is an example made by...

    Last Post By: CHB Yesterday, 07:45 PM Go to last post
    Leeroy37

    Passround spyderco squeak Ti/Elmax sprint

    Thread Starter: Leeroy37

    Right lads the very very kind Sal is sending us a Ti squeak to do a passround with :D Great opportunity to have a play before they hit uk shores and as its a sprint run not normal production I can't see them hanging about long! It's also a great chance to experience Elmax steel as the only other...

    Last Post By: Leeroy37 Yesterday, 09:15 AM Go to last post
    Vincent Vega

    Sgian Dubh KITH anyone?

    Thread Starter: Vincent Vega

    Just testing the water here, would anyone be interested in a KITH? Knife style would be a Sgian Dubh Open to any interpretation; traditional, modern, primitive etc. Open to all makers regardless of experience even those who are making their first attempt. I really enjoyed taking part in...

    Last Post By: Mark1 Yesterday, 07:53 PM Go to last post
    pieinthesky

    Something New

    Thread Starter: pieinthesky

    I have been working on a new knife design for a few months and am now in a position to show you something: It is still at prototype stage and still needs development but it works well. I hope you find it interesting:)

    Last Post By: filleep Yesterday, 11:45 PM Go to last post
    Stew

    Forum knife - Reserve list 2 sign up.

    Thread Starter: Stew

    Just for ease, start a new list here please. I don't know what's spare yet.

    Last Post By: steve5533 Yesterday, 11:47 PM Go to last post
    ANDYLASER

    Another find me a backpack thread

    Thread Starter: ANDYLASER

    Hi all, another find me a back pack thread. This one however has some very specific requirements and some “non negotiables”. Part of my work entails commissioning radar and comms systems on new build ships and oil platforms. I have a requirement to cart a laptop, tools and documents to inaccessible...

    Last Post By: reddave Yesterday, 11:31 PM Go to last post
    SharpestEdge

    Gentlemans helper

    Thread Starter: SharpestEdge

    Hello gentlemen, I'm looking for some assistance. I'm looking for what could be best described as a UK legal gentleman's folder. I'm looking to add a bit of class to my carry, but this seems to be a bit of a unicorn. I have a mini griptilian that I adore, but I don't carry it out the house because...

    Last Post By: fielder Today, 06:53 AM Go to last post
    roscotanna

    What do you use your fixed blades for?

    Thread Starter: roscotanna

    hey guys, I bought one of the bahco saw/mora/wooden rule sets on offer from clas ohlson partly for the saw, partly for the knife and partly because I couldn't not buy one at £10. Having never owned a fixed blade (excluding kitchen knives) I thought it would be fun to give it a try. Obviously I...

    Last Post By: Muskett Yesterday, 04:53 PM Go to last post
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