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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: Noddy Today, 02:24 PMStuart Mitchell
Suminagashi is never the easiest to grind in as much as there is no room for error, the 1mm core being a constant indication of even grinds and an accurately tapering tang, it is pretty spectacular gear though so well worth the effort... This one has a particularly nice set of blue MI...Last Post By: Shinken Yesterday, 06:26 PMcybertrix
I have decided to design a new friction folder for myself so I thought about making it a KITH. I am looking at a UK legal blade length but apart from that anything goes. Are any of you interested in joining in, I am thinking about a finish date of sometime in July.Last Post By: pieinthesky Today, 06:27 AMwrasse
Hi Folks, Win the knife from the clip, any registered UK member can participate, number of posts and status doesn't matter, you must guess the last two digits of my national insurance number - pick a number from 09 to 99 ;) Good Luck!Last Post By: jim410 Today, 10:57 AMKyburo
Hey guys, I'm looking to finally get out and do some proper trekking this year, as opposed to the hostel hopping that we usually end up doing. Ideally I'd love to go for a 3-4 day trek across some of Skye or the Scottish National Parks. With that in mind, I've got a 3man tent which is pretty...Last Post By: Kyburo Today, 04:03 PM