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Recent Forum ActivityNice65
Ok, this looks like a go. :) The knife is an Urban leaf blade in Elmax, handle is British Racing Green FRN, it will carry the BB logo. So, a list is needed for numbers. Sal will produce at least 100 to keep the collectors happy, what are we going to add to the list? 1. Nice65 x 1 2....and...Last Post By: wazza Today, 08:06 AMTheEnemyWithin
Good Morning, I'm going to be having a go at making a knife. Ill be using and old file for my first couple to hope to progress onto some 440 as I get into it. I'm a time served mechanical engineer by trade (although moved into management years ago so I'm a little rusty!) so I do have half an idea....Last Post By: TheEnemyWithin Today, 09:03 PMThe General
Tai Pan by Cold Steel Well this certainly is an interesting knife! 7.5" double edged broad spearpoint blade. The knife came with a stunning factory edge, literally scary shaving sharp! The grind lines are very precise, but the tip is not quite perfectly geometrically ground. OK so its not as...Last Post By: Edvin Today, 08:15 PMValeTudoGuy
Hi, im getting married in a few months and my best man is someone who would really apreciate a quality knife. I am currently looking at the Karesuando Boar, Helle Sigmund and the Enzo Trapper. I have seen the Karesuando and the Helle in the flesh side by side and they are pretty similar to...Last Post By: Stew Today, 12:20 PMOld Duffer
The pocket clip dilemma: to use or not to use? I have a good few folders with pocket clips and in general, a knife clipped to the back pocket provides an easily accessible blade that one can draw, use and return one-handed. However, I've lost a few blades over the years by sitting down...Last Post By: Hector Today, 08:42 AMChimpy Leon
I have been trying to think what production knife options there are out there when it comes to thin stocked, full flat grind, fixed bladed knives, but generally much seems to be over 4mm. I was looking for somehing 3-4 inches in blade length, either a good quality stainless or carbon and 2.5mm to...Last Post By: neo Today, 12:56 PMeds
Can anyone recommend: A) good mains charger for them B ) a 12v /car charger for them. As mains charger I already have an older Ultra Fire charger. It seems ok but I want to make sure the batteries (panasonic) are kept in top condition as it's for a caving light CheersLast Post By: billy56 Today, 12:00 AM