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    Basemetal

    Swiza D04

    Promoted to Article :D Go to last post

    Basemetal Today 02:56 PM
    johnnythefox

    Swiza D04

    thank you for the review. Go to last post

    johnnythefox Today 01:26 PM
    dkonopinski

    Swiza D04

    Very helpful review. Thanks.

    I wonder about the lock release being so close to where your thumb... Go to last post

    dkonopinski Today 12:48 PM
    himself

    Swiza D04

    I'm able to do totally biased reviews for free goods too (Bentley preferred) Go to last post

    himself Today 12:14 PM
    BorderReiver

    Swiza D04

    Thank you for that, it's good to have a straight forward, warts and all review.:) Go to last post

    BorderReiver Today 11:48 AM
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    singteck

    Show your pens

    Thread Starter: singteck

    I love pens ...... as much as knives and lighters :D Just received this one 2 days ago and I love it. What pen do you use? Show time! singteck :D EDIT: And this is my second spot!!!!

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    etorix

    Samuel Guichard

    Thread Starter: etorix

    spotted on USN, a french knifemaker of some style: Couteaux Samuel GUICHARD http://couteauxsgd.blog.free.fr/ course its all in French, his site lots of pics tho

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    Stew

    Forum knife - Phase 3 sign up.

    Thread Starter: Stew

    Good morning. This is the sign up thread for the forum knife, phase 3. Picture courtesy of Leeroy37 Details as per here: http://www.britishblades.com/forums/showthread.php?204730-Forum-knife-delivery-details

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    Vincent Vega

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    Thread Starter: Vincent Vega

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    rarms

    Recommend a Sandal

    Thread Starter: rarms

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    Jorgen

    Seax with scabbard

    Thread Starter: Jorgen

    Hello, Here is seax I made lately for friend ;) Blade of seax made of carbon steel; hilt made of oak with brass fittings. Scabbard is made of a calf leather with brass fitings. On the underside small leather sheath for carrying a file. Scabbard is provided with shoulder belt with brass...

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    Totem2h

    Duet Leuku / Puukko....

    Thread Starter: Totem2h

    Hello to all, Since a long time I dreamed to make a Scandinavian set.... Here is my first duet Leuku and Puukko with a double sheath. It is the first Leuku and the first double sheath I made. The total length of the Leuku is 32 cms. The blade is a damascus of 1075 carbon steel and pure...

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    Kiri

    Tacticool nonsense

    Thread Starter: Kiri

    I've always been a bit cynical about manufacturers that make spurious claims about links with the military, police etc. to try to sell their products. Came across a fantastic example today: ...

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    two_zero

    groundbreaking revolutionary authentic Swiss knife

    Thread Starter: two_zero

    http://www.heinnie.com/swiza-swiss-knife-d04 I get it that the company would be proud of their product.. but seriously? "groundbreaking design" - what about this knife is groundbreaking?? I really cant see it, looks like a chunkier, slightly differently shaped Victorinox clone? ...

    Last Post By: Muskett Today, 05:01 PM Go to last post
    Radim Dachs

    Radim Dachs

    Thread Starter: Radim Dachs

    Hello, I introduce myself. Me and my brother work with knives professionally since 2002. We produce both fixed blade and folding blade with liner lock. We make mosaic damascus of our own production using carbon and powder steel. Handles are made of natural materials such as local and exotic woods,...

    Last Post By: Radim Dachs Today, 03:43 PM Go to last post
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