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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: vestlenning Today, 01:26 PMCeltic 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: packrat Yesterday, 09:41 PMgoat
Happy new year folks. To kick off 2015 I thought it might be nice to have a KITH. In case you don't know, a KITH stands for Knife in the Hat. People sign up, make a knife and the names are drawn out a hat and the first person sends their knife on to the second and so on. Theme follows on from...Last Post By: goat Today, 01:10 PMjimmypie
I've been a knife guy all my life , from my first two bladed SAK at the age of 7 to the age of nearly 36 , I've been in the building trade all my adult life , so you'd think that "knife guy + practical guy = I should of done this sooner" , I'm not sure what's held me back, I love tinkering around...Last Post By: jimmypie Yesterday, 10:56 PMChui
Don't know about you guys, but I am not enjoying this weather - so, being a southern hemisphere boy, I look forward to our annual long weekend down in deepest darkest Kent. This is a chilled, relaxed time with our BB mates in a stunning spot. Paul (Bardster) is our fine, fine host, and as ever,...Last Post By: mulletman6 Yesterday, 02:40 PMtazkristi
Hi everyone, Sal asked me to post a couple of images of the PITS that we're currently considering. One has bead blasted scales, one has just blue anodized scales, and the third has bead blasted/blue anodized scales. We're looking forward to hearing your feedback. Make it a good day! ...Last Post By: mulletman6 Yesterday, 02:37 PMakacoach
I don't want to step on anybody's toes but just wanted to let people know that the Spyderco PITS is being offered on Massdrop for $210 plus shipping maybe down to $200 plus shipping. Only 28 units though! (I'm ok cause I got my original). Not affiliated in any way just passing on the news...Last Post By: nikoo Today, 12:28 PMNavaja
As others have done, this is a thread to post all my bit's & pieces so as not to clutter the forum & making it easier for anyone to ignore if they want :lol: Here's links to some previous knifey stuff, the good, the bad & the ugly. ...Last Post By: Navaja Yesterday, 07:50 PMbashup
Forge-in Cost is £30. 10 people will make this viable and 25+ will likely make it chaotic. Venue is NR20 with specific directions via PM to anyone confirming attendance Date: 1st and 2nd of August Theme: Make a cheese and tomato sandwich.Last Post By: goat Today, 01:36 PMowen bush
Over the past month I have been filming the making of a twisted damascus kitchen knife for a TV show that will probably be called "Crafted". The film crew spent 4 days with me and documented the making of a twisted damascus kitchen knife from start to finish. The premise of the show is to follow...Last Post By: Longstrider Yesterday, 05:09 PM