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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: pagant Today, 11:29 AM Go to last post
    Albert E

    Birds,bugs etc,around us!!

    Thread Starter: Albert E

    Hi!!We all see and sometimes take pictures of animals around our house,or during our travel vacations!!Here some!!Maybe you have a few from your area too!! A mantis in my garden.

    Last Post By: Albert E Yesterday, 09:41 PM Go to last post
    Supa

    Show Off Your Bikes!

    Thread Starter: Supa

    I see a lot of 4x4's and motorbike threads on here but not many for the 2 wheeled pedaly variety so here's my brace of 2 wheelers.. My custom DB Peak 29er. She's ugly, she's a brute but she can take a bashing and hasn't bronken in a way I couldn't fix with some allen keys and a hammer! ...

    Last Post By: cragmaster Yesterday, 04:10 PM Go to last post
    Donbot

    What Did You Order Today?

    Thread Starter: Donbot

    I'll start off. Well HH got the SR1 back in so i just ordered my first Lion Steel and in sexy orange too! Woohoo, always loved the look of this one. This has to be my last knife for 6 months. Its getting ridiculous now! I justified this one by telling myself it's a Christmas present to...

    Last Post By: kleonikos Yesterday, 12:57 PM Go to last post
    one_rod

    How to wire up an inverter. Properly.

    Thread Starter: one_rod

    Little inverters are getting more and more popular in home workshops these days. However, judging by some of the questions being asked on the forum it that some people are feeling a little out of their depth wiring one up. So, here's how to connect a basic "1-phase in, 3-phase out" type....

    Last Post By: Justa1098 Yesterday, 08:40 PM Go to last post
    martineden

    Mangusta Survival Knife passaround

    Thread Starter: martineden

    Hello guys and girls, having discussed yesterday about it, me and the maker A. Sinibaldi we would like to run a passaround for the Mangusta prototype. The knife is that’s one I have tried the Mangusta deeply enough, so in the next days the knife will goes back to the maker to be...

    Last Post By: JonathanD Yesterday, 10:18 PM Go to last post
    TallNHairyDave

    Ah, K'roo...

    Thread Starter: TallNHairyDave

    Come on folks, show us your knives by Willem! (smokepole). Bad cellphone pic of the three that arrived today for me - better photos to follow Top and bottom are friction folders. Middle is a slipjoint. All are sub 3" blades and all are N690 steel. I currently (23 June 2014) have one...

    Last Post By: tertius Today, 11:19 AM Go to last post
    Chris Grant

    Stabilized mushroom/14c28n

    Thread Starter: Chris Grant

    Hiya folks This is a MaChris knife with a twist... I never really got the chance to introduce the knife design to BB myself, so you can have a peek at the BB debut of the MaChris Knives: HEREif you want. The Knife's a team up with Devon Woodcarver Jon Mac and myself, there's at this time...

    Last Post By: goat Yesterday, 03:51 PM Go to last post
    dazcon

    Anyone EDC'd their Leatherman Wingman?

    Thread Starter: dazcon

    Just picked one of these up and would like to modify for every day carry. Any tips or advice would be appreciated. It looks like it could be opened and the linerlock ground off turning it into a friction folder..........Can it?

    Last Post By: Corso Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post
    minds_eye

    Spartan blades 'integral frame slipjoint': PITS-ish?

    Thread Starter: minds_eye

    "Spartan partnered with Les Halpern of Halpern Titanium to develop the locking system of the NYMPH, which is called an “Integral Frame Slipjoint”. This system utilizes the dorsal side of the frame which is cut to work as a spring and holds a pin that creates a bias to close and open. To open the...

    Last Post By: Bluebs4 Yesterday, 01:11 PM Go to last post
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