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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: JimTheBob Yesterday, 10:29 PMMuskett
I have a Skrama, it arrived today. Testing will have to wait, so this is a my first impression. I really like it. Its not often when someone comes up with a design that is unusual, though something that we have been asking for for yonks but didn't quite know what we wanted. Well in the...Last Post By: Nice65 Yesterday, 11:23 PMrarms
Hoping for some input on a good choice of sandal for the outdoors. Cant find the ones I had last year and thought I may as well get a decent pair this year with a view to keeping them for a few years. Would prefer something synthetic so its easier to maintain rather than leather, but not set...Last Post By: Lupine Yesterday, 07:17 PMPhil Harvey
A project I'm working on. Can't decide if the blue or bronze looks better. I put a black patina on the backspacer and pivot which will rub off and highlight the edges with use, would also look nice with a stonewash. Anyway let me know what you think :)Last Post By: Kitman22 Yesterday, 11:47 PMtwo_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: mackenziemorris Today, 01:34 AMRadim 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 Yesterday, 09:15 PMAbyrvalg
This is my first experiment with stacked birch bark. I made this knife for myself and tried a few new things on it. Actually learned a lot with this project... )) Blade is hand forged by Pasi Hurttila, it is 90 mm long. Handle is 105 mm long. Sheath without wooden insert. As always, comments...Last Post By: johnnythefox Yesterday, 09:43 PM