Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by City Bushcrafter, May 30, 2018.
This is pushing it
I really enjoy this thread
What can I say?
I'm sitting here watching Forged In Fire and drinking beer. Then we had a commercial.
This blade will cut
Beer and blades....................my favorite things!
I thru-hiked the Appalachian trail with that knife in 2009 and it's been on my keychain ever since. It weighs 0.5792 ounces. It's crazy I still remember that!
It makes a great ant killer...just pour it on the mound, the ants leave in disgust.
Vaughn hatchet, beauty pose. Most people don't appreciate these. true belt hatchet. joe
Nobody likes those little choppers Joe...mays well send it to me...
My Prototype Log Cabin,
Ok lads, this one is for sale. It cost exactly $2.00 more than you have. Was given to me by a very sweet little lady. joe
No Call No Show from Industry Brewing. I nice citrus IPA
Very nice knife, who is the maker?
Thanks man! That’s my Enzo Elver. Nothing fancy, but I sure love that little blade.
I wish this was from right now, but sadly this picture was from a month ago. My nephew left me 2 bottles. It was yummy.
@MrFixIt .... it don't count if the beer ain't open
It is now!
@MrFixIt , your knife has the contour very much like a sharp finger. Very nice.
LOL at some of the names on the beer!
I love some of our local beers; however, I do appreciate a good "lawnmower" beer. Or in my case today, a "chainsaw and wood pile" beer.
My mass produced factory beer and the knife I made.
It takes two blades to handle the Backwoods Bastard.
More mass produced factory beer and the Opie I got in today... an hour after I got it
Local IPA and my favourite bushcraft knife...
my man! Can't wait to modify! I always feel exactly the same way!
Opie's beg for it!
Neat knife .........but more importantly.........how is that beer?
I'm just not sure yet. Just picked it up. Had 2 last night. Further testing needed, but initial impression is, it may not be for me. I think the IPAs have tainted my taste buds.
I like a man with focus!
One more because I liked this photo (I think)
Go home knife, you're drunk!
Wasn't the lemonade lady was it?
Nah it was actually Tom's wife Patsy. He used to be a member, but his health got really bad so he don't get off of the porch much now. I go up and sit with them at least once a week, we shoot pellet guns off the porch, trade knives and generally murder time on the porch. Good to hear from ya young ole friend. joe
What a nice friend.
He definitely looks a little tipsy.
Bit of savagery in this one I'm afraid. I encountered three thirsty beaver. No sympathy here. I promptly knocked a hole in the head of one and drained him. The other two are locked up in a rather cold prison awaiting their fate. LOL!
The little imperial was under $10 Canadian on amazon. I'm impressed all over again everytime i use it. If your need a small knife for cheap. This one is a good choice.
One of my favorite summer suppers, my favorite big knife, and my favorite belt knife. Complete with the first leather project I ever made: an ugly-*** sheath for the kukri.
How are you liking the Vortex??
Mine's never left the box. Just never took it out.
@LostViking I like it a lot. I would have bought the smaller gunny vortex if I had thought more about it: its a bit on the big side for me. And the sheath is kinda crap, especially for "scout" carry. I'm probably gonna send it off for a custom sheath this winter.