Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by City Bushcrafter, May 30, 2018.
That same Kershaw is my EDC!
Bought it at walmart for $10 for our stay in San Diego, left it at the air BnB. Nice knife, light, quick and the factory edge tuned up very quickly.
Try a squeeze of lemon with the Golden Monkey. It's a great addition to an already fantastic beer.
Oh no, Monkey! That's some high octane schtuff!
That damn boot!
my first Opi
Worked impressively well!
LOL. Too funny!!!
Awesome ! that sir is badassery
I really like that knife. Maker?
It's only @Zunga ....
I sent him that one. Picked up a few while in Lisbon....
Oh... that little axe/hatchet is fine! What is that?!?
No worries! I drink it in your honour quite regularly!
Here ya go,
I cringe at the sight of that damn boot . I think I'm gonna be sick , again lol .
When I was young, I played Semi-Pro Soccer. We played the Germans often. They prided themselves on their soccer skills. When we beat them, they took consolation in the fact that they could out drink us, After many “Boot“ sessions, they admitted we were tougher than they gave us credit for.
That was around thrrty-five year ago. I am still in contact with a few of those guys. The “Boot” can cause damage. But it can also form life long bonds.
Long live the “Boot”
You makes the knife on the left with what looks like an S on it?
@Manueljm - Brian Sargent, SET knives is the maker. Can’t go wrong!
Once again I prove how terrible I am at taking pics...
This is a sierra nevada voodoo ranger juicy haze ipa on draft. Wish I could have just stuck the knife in the bartop but, lacking that option, we have these poor pics...
This one was a local brew I got in Miami. It has a characteristic I like to describe as "sticky". Since I made that up myself, I don't expect it to mean anything to anybody else. But I like it. The most similar example I had was a beer called Brix I had on draft in NJ the other year.
Since this is at the airport behind security, I had no edged tools handy for the pic. Hopefully a crude paste of some axes into the pic qualifies it to exist on this thread...
Nice. Who makes that WSK?
Cool. TY sir.
Beer & sausage (already eaten with the help of Mr. Buck) ... high temperature (and general lazyness) keeping me inside, unfortunately ...
Bang on madangler with a Swedish barrel knife and Bison bushpal.
My goodness it was hot today
I sure hope all my American friends have a super happy and safe 4th of July holiday.
God Bless America
Who's the maker of that tool ?
Nice . The one I had made has a longer handle like yours . It's crucial to get chopping power that can be appreciated accompanied by the proper grind on the axe portion of the blade .