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Details of pen & pocket knives that have been posted by all members post and page numbers are included. Made in Sheffield pocket knives 1980s- INFO http://www.britishblades.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1021785&postcount=1 James Machin, VR LB Iv Whittler pocket knife 1840s__ 1 - 1 Innocent,...Last Post By: giz Yesterday, 05:25 PMavoidspam
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: bonzodog Yesterday, 03:49 PMChui
Just wondered............'case you may have some ideas for something to look forward to, maybe May time :) ps. We are on for the last Bank Holiday weekend of May - its official.Last Post By: roestalker270 Today, 11:52 AMJedidiah
New Year, new thread One set consists of 1 12" X 6" sheet of each of these grit grades: 1500, 1800, 2400, 3200, 3600, 4000, 6000, 8000, 12000 So that is 9 sheets in total per pack which should get you where you want to be, finish wise. I also have some MX grades (100MX, 180MX, 400MX,...Last Post By: Stuart Ackerman Today, 12:51 AMcave_dweller
Right, it's time to get off my podgy backside and make myself useful (or failing that, provide some entertainment!). Over Christmas I was looking for a slicing knife, and TB_London went miles above and beyond the call of duty, and gave me a Japanese kitchen knife that's in need of a bit of TLC....Last Post By: TB_London Yesterday, 10:32 PMirbailey
Received the latest issue of Blade Magazine yesterday and was shocked to see this strange specimen staring back at me. Thought I'd share that with you all, as I'm pretty sure a certain Geordie will be rather proud of himself...and rightly so. Well done mate.:)Last Post By: wdtorque Yesterday, 03:00 PMFirefly1
Hi All, Has anybody seen Perry NcGee's Tracking knife as it's taken my fancy mainly the MK1 bright polish:), the MK2 is the same just with a black teflon coating. I ask this as I was out on the mountain today with dog doing a little bunny tracking,I only thought to post after a...Last Post By: Firefly1 Today, 12:39 PM