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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....:) SamLast Post By: juabbo Today, 11:43 AMCeltic Dragon
As mine is still in the smiths (and has been for 6 weeks and no end in sight) The parts I have here are being fantasy pimped :D For those results you'll have to wait a few days. In the mean time to aliviate my suffering, lets see yours :D be it pcp, springer, rimmie or centrefire.Last Post By: deovolens Today, 12:39 AMChui
The day has come, as I thought it would - but sooner - that am saying, wow - this is good......and from China Daneel is to blame ;) - and started this >thread< - and thought I'd give 'LW Knives' a heads-up. Haven't the time now, but I'll do a quick review on cutting/sharpening ability soon,...Last Post By: neo Today, 08:35 PMBasemetal
This question has some coverage in the US forums, but I don't think there's a firm answer yet. I find the shape very appealing and that's reason enough for me. But George Washington Sears was surely much more practical...Last Post By: John56 Today, 09:24 AMElThomsono
Nope, not damascus sebbies; simply affordable production knives that you've always liked but have never actually taken the steps to own. I've liked the same half dozen knives for years now, CRKT M16, Cold Steel Ti-Lite, Benchmade 520 to name a few; somehow I've seen them come and go in the...Last Post By: Noddy Today, 09:51 PMkillrathi
Do your own knife with these blades... Ale blades i made from L2 steel, about 3mm thick and 60 HRC. Blades are ready to use - hardened, and sharp. You can finish them with satin or leave it and have fun from using :) NEW MODELS - model wolverine (bushcraft v.2) total length: 23cm blade...Last Post By: killrathi Today, 03:53 PMJedidiah
It looks like i'll be going into the jungle to film for the next series. I'd like to take my knife but, as it's 01 and has great sentimental value, i'm considering getting something for the trip and i'd like something that is not so 'sensitive' to moisture as i think humidity will be high. ...Last Post By: Paul W Today, 09:40 PMicheyne
Hi guys I did a quick search, but couldn't find an answer. I'm after a cheap, but powerful torch. 1: Short Essay Question: What do you intend to use this light for? Walking to friends' houses in my village. I want something impressively powerful, but still cheap. 2: Price Range: An easy...Last Post By: Lev Today, 08:34 PM