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    himself

    Swiza D04

    UPDATE:
    I converted it to UK legal by part cutting the spacer with a dremel and bending it... Go to last post

    himself 18-08-16 11:33 AM
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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: bagman Today, 08:43 AM Go to last post
    Nice65

    Food flasks - Stanley versus Thermos

    Thread Starter: Nice65

    As the weather has been so miserable of late, I began to get tempted by food flasks. It's not very enjoyable setting up a stove in the wind and rain, but nice to have some hot soup or whatever to warm you up. I decided that 0.5 ltr would be big enough for my needs and read as many reviews as I...

    Last Post By: Nice65 Today, 04:53 PM Go to last post
    Vanguard2

    Is a Shing a good choice for a first EDC?

    Thread Starter: Vanguard2

    Hi first post so please be gentle! I wanted a really good quality every day carry, I would eventually like to pass it on down ny family. It seems a lot of people recommend Shing, so I am at present enquiring about a custom order (kitiwake in ironwood) I would like it to be well within uk...

    Last Post By: Vanguard2 Today, 06:55 PM Go to last post
    DogSoldier73

    Leatherman - UK Legal?

    Thread Starter: DogSoldier73

    Hi all, I'm in the market to get a multitool which will probably stay in the car....Looking at some of the different models from Leatherman I see some of them have locking blades....would that make them illegal if i had one of those in the car? Cheers

    Last Post By: Muskett Today, 12:34 PM Go to last post
    Stew

    Handle placement?

    Thread Starter: Stew

    Trying to decide on the placement for this wood on the knife I'm making for my wife. Of course, she doesn't want to tell me what she thinks with any of it before hand so no pressure! I'm sure she'll tell me if it's not right soon enough afterwards..... Using a stencil of the handle is handy,...

    Last Post By: waves Yesterday, 08:34 PM Go to last post
    I D Howe

    Small (PW) Hunter

    Thread Starter: I D Howe

    Hi, leaving tomorrow to it's new owner. Rwl34 full flat grind with 25deg secondary bevel. Ivory white micarta scales with brass fittings. Leather sheath 3.5mm veg tan, oil dyed. Thanks for looking. Ian.

    Last Post By: Paul W Yesterday, 08:38 PM Go to last post
    cuchillosaroldo

    Clipoint guayubira & K110

    Thread Starter: cuchillosaroldo

    Böhler K110 Steel, thickness 3mm, blade 140mm, oal 270mm. SS bolster, ebano & bronze liners and guayubira wood scales. Leahther sheath. Hope you like.

    Last Post By: cuchillosaroldo Today, 07:00 PM Go to last post
    TAHAWK

    Nordic puukko? horn and fur sheath with careving

    Thread Starter: TAHAWK

    That would be "carving." :O Got this one recently. The seller had no information about its source. The blade, as you see, has a slight clip and a swedge. The primary bevel seems narrow for a Finnish puukko. Examples of sheaths of bone or antler combined with leather are variously called,...

    Last Post By: RBR Today, 07:06 PM Go to last post
    Vincent Vega

    Horny wip

    Thread Starter: Vincent Vega

    Martin, the guy who owns Highland Horn, kindly let me visit his place up on the Black Isle last week. Really nice bloke (looks as scary as hell though!), he let me collect a load of horn and other consumables and I was able to cherry pick some of his white streaked, water buffalo horn. Still...

    Last Post By: Vincent Vega Today, 06:32 AM Go to last post
    peted

    Posting of knives???????

    Thread Starter: peted

    Im not sure if this is the right place but here goes. I often buy knives online and then i get them delivered usually by Royal Mail 2nd class signed for, no problems until today when i was told that the auction house could no longer post knives because they are now classed as "Weapons" and as such...

    Last Post By: FGYT Today, 04:48 PM Go to last post
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