• Subscribe

    Become a subscibing member by clicking the button below.

    Subscribe
  • Sponsored Links..

  • Sponsored Links...

  • Recent CMS

  • Recent Forum Activity

    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, 05:46 PM Go to last post
    Jedidiah

    Ah, Kifaru

    Thread Starter: Jedidiah

    As many of us know, it's infectious. May i be the first to stand up and say 'My name is Jedidiah and i'm a Kifaru addict!' Seeing as there are many 'Ah,.......' threads concerning sharp and shineys, i thought, as i'm sure there are many other 'enthusiasts', i'd start the 'K' thread. YOU ARE NOT...

    Last Post By: SBW Yesterday, 08:50 PM Go to last post
    parkman

    Importing knives.

    Thread Starter: parkman

    The following are liable to seizure at entry into the UK: Any knife which opens automatically by hand pressure applied to a button, spring or other device in or attached to the handle of the knife, sometimes known as a "flick knife," or any knife which has a blade which is released by gravity...

    Last Post By: etorix Yesterday, 02:19 PM Go to last post
    papstomahawks

    Paps Tomahawks

    Thread Starter: papstomahawks

    Hello Everyone, I’m Pawel and I’m from Poland*. I have been checking works of local knife makers for some time and decided to show my own tomahawk projects. All I know about forging and grinding I’ve learned from my brother, Grzegorz (who has actually posted some of his damascus knives here,...

    Last Post By: ewok Yesterday, 08:25 AM Go to last post
    Longstrider

    Longstrider Strops and Starkie Blue

    Thread Starter: Longstrider

    After many requests for the strops I use I have now made a batch-load which I can offer for sale. The strops are 18" long and 2" wide. Like their maker, they are far from pretty, but they're good at getting an edge polished and truly sharp :) They are made from the same leather I have been using...

    Last Post By: AntB Yesterday, 05:40 PM Go to last post
    Chui

    Bardster's - camping May Bank Holiday w/e

    Thread Starter: Chui

    24th / 25th / 26th May Just confirmed with Paul that we are on for another :banana: Ok, details from last years which will be updated/verified as necessary, but all basically the same:

    Last Post By: zorro Yesterday, 09:34 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: ldealberdi Yesterday, 08:09 PM Go to last post
    osu!

    Maximum value for a knife you are really prepared to EDC?

    Thread Starter: osu!

    I am intrigued to know how much you are prepared to pay for a knife you are really prepared to EDC. (Around the house doesn't count!!) In a way it is a measure of how much you are prepared to lose. Problem is if you like a knife too much to lose it constrains it to a life of a drawer queen!

    Last Post By: Pomelly Today, 12:10 AM Go to last post
    Nice65

    Recommend me a lighter, more compact air rifle.

    Thread Starter: Nice65

    Much as I love my HW77, it's too big and heavy for a decent plinking session without using a rest. Also, it doesn't make it to any camping weekends if there's a walk to site. I'd like recommendations for something lighter and more compact. Anything considered, and I'd appreciate views on gas ram...

    Last Post By: FGYT Yesterday, 07:50 PM Go to last post
    martineden

    MANGUSTA survival knife

    Thread Starter: martineden

    Hi all, I was very involved with the project named MANGUSTA (italian word for “mongoose”) on past three months: in fact me, and the skilled knifemaker Alfredo Sinibaldi (Maestro CIC – Italian Knifemaker Confederation Master), wanted to design, project and made a top notch survival knife, the...

    Last Post By: Bluebs4 Yesterday, 10:42 PM Go to last post
  • Alexa

    Review britishblades.com on alexa.com