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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: lcoolmarko85 Today, 12:44 PM Go to last post
    Stew

    Come join in - Kiridashi KITH

    Thread Starter: Stew

    A KITH - Knife In The Hat - Everyone makes something (in this case a Kiridashi) then a list is made and everyone sends their creation to the next person on the list and everyone receives something from a different maker. --------------- So yesterday I was tasked with cutting some new coir...

    Last Post By: Stuart Mitchell Yesterday, 05:17 PM Go to last post
    suingab

    Custom Made Knife Scales. Pictures Here!

    Thread Starter: suingab

    Hi ALL! I`m making custom scales for stock knives (from G10, Micarta, Wood, Carbon Fiber, C-Tek, Kirinite) Now I`m able to make scales for these knives Spyderco: Military, Paramilitary2, Endura4, Delica4, Stretch, Persistence, Tenacious, Resilience, UKPK G10, UKPK FRN, Pingo, Spy-DK ZT:...

    Last Post By: Corso Yesterday, 03:32 PM Go to last post
    aarongough

    WIP: Designing and building the new Resolute with the help of CNC.

    Thread Starter: aarongough

    Hey guys! So as you may know over the last few months I bought and then partially rebuilt a Vertical Machining Center (large CNC milling machine). I captured this process on video here: I realized last night that I hadn't done a WIP thread in a long time so I figured I should start one...

    Last Post By: mulletman6 Yesterday, 07:25 PM Go to last post
    frank1ss1mo

    Show us your SAKs ...

    Thread Starter: frank1ss1mo

    ... Because I couldn't find a simular thread less than 5 years old ... How about you "Show off your SAKs?" Standard, Modded, well used, Custom made I love them all ... My soon to be new EDC Safari Trooper beautifully rescaled in cheap Walnut (I know, I supplied it) by Mike Hill ......

    Last Post By: filleep Today, 12:53 PM Go to last post
    Saint-Just

    A new Opinel...

    Thread Starter: Saint-Just

    In oyster country at the moment, and I've struggled for a while to find a suitable oyster knife. The classic ones have a very comfortable, thick wooden handle but a narrow blade: not ideal as 1) the grip for the handle is very good but it is actually safer to grab the blade itself, about 1.5...

    Last Post By: Nursie Yesterday, 10:38 PM Go to last post
    mrcjgscott

    Kukri-An Evolution in Pictures

    Thread Starter: mrcjgscott

    Hello all, First and foremost, this thread is not designed to be a definitive guide to the kukri, rather a visual repository of the more commonly encountered styles. At the current moment in time there is nobody on earth qualified to do justice to such a vast subject. Many have tried, and all...

    Last Post By: sirupate Today, 12:05 PM Go to last post
    dkonopinski

    High time I did a simple comp.

    Thread Starter: dkonopinski

    I have acquired an Sanrenmu 7092SUX-PH. I won't tell you how I got it, but suffice it to say that I'm considering marketing the email trail that resulted in it becoming my property as a sovereign insomnia remedy. I'm not always a patient man but I can be bloody minded if I feel I deserve better...

    Last Post By: ed_is_dead Today, 10:06 AM Go to last post
    Markemark21

    Decent pliers /wire cutters help

    Thread Starter: Markemark21

    Hello all need some help one getting a pair of small wire cutters or multi tool for fishing I will mainly be using them to cut wire trace and mono. But I want one that don't squash it And make a mess of it a nice clean cut as such. Just wanted to know if any one has experience in a decent...

    Last Post By: ElThomsono Today, 09:54 AM Go to last post
    Scales

    Trevor Ablett - end of an era

    Thread Starter: Scales

    For those that don't know this month marks the unfortunate retirement of Trevor Ablett, end of an era whether you liked his work or not, he brought well made sturdy Sheffield made knives to the masses for many years, the last 3 years or so he even changed some of his patterns and used a great...

    Last Post By: Scales Yesterday, 09:17 PM Go to last post
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