Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by TheWhiteWoodsman, Nov 20, 2016.
My coffee and RW Fred MOK on the left, my wife's coffee and RW Fred on the right.
Elevate Coffee's "Rude Awakening" blend in my new Starbucks mug with my Old Hickory kephart. Great knife that does it all.
I guess I'm getting too predictable. Have to change it up a bit.
Finally got a sheath (Savage Sheathes) for this old Western W39 that I've had for decades. Folgers in the cup.
That book and a cup of coffee are tough to beat!
Just about right, espresso'ish from 2/3 cup water using a "3 cup" Italian Moka pot.
All the morning get up and go in one cup.
My evening - knife care, coffee, and a book.
What knife is this? It's like a beautiful Mora.
It's the BHK Featherstick. It basically is a Mora! I love the handle on this thing.
Basically a Mora? Tell you what, I'll trade you TWO Moras for it. You'll double your value. I'll even throw in some "gently used" bank line.
@BalsamFur - haha! I guess I should've said "it basically is a Mora, with a full tang, micarta scales, and made and assembled by hand in America. And it comes with a beautiful leather sheath!" Now if you have two Moras like that... I'll take you up on your trade.
An after dinner treat. Low Carb too.
How do you like the Esee 4HM? I have the normal Esee 4 with TKC extended handle scales, but was thinking of parting ways with it for the 4HM.
Of all my ESEEs it is my favorite and I've got an Izula, Candiru, 4HM, 5, 6HM, and a Junglas.
For my large hands it sets a high bar for a production blade. I am excited to get my hands on a PR-4 too.
Tops Mountain Lion.... Its a fighting knife, but it does bushy well.
MP with me at work. Just received the other day- really need to get it dirty.
Not feeling well, so needed a good cup of joe in my favorite cup with a nice piece of steel to make me feel better!
This thread is extremely satisfying
That knife is gorgeous!
Ummm...is that an appetizer? Where's the rest of the bacon?
Picked up a new blade in a trade this week. Battle Horse Knives Scout Platoon with curly Maple scales and black liners. This knife is stout. I want to see how a scandi in 5/32" O1 steel works as I have scandis in 1/8" and 3/16". I love the one in 1/8", but 3/16" seems a bit thick for me. I prefer a saber or convex if going that thick. Anyway, this one has a nice smooth handle and my initial impressions from cutting up, splitting, and shaving some wood this morning is positive. I figured I'd take some pics as I'm likely putting a coffee patina on it later.
Wha??? I'm on a diet Had one piece left over and decided to work on seasoning my tiny skillet.
My park of knives for the next hunting season for deer.
Of course, 3 coffee drinks a day are standard edc
Who is the maker of those blades?
my friend Tomasz Kołodziej
Enjoying some mountain blueberry coffee. The knife is an older custom from someone named Hodges. It was a large trailing point, which I`m not a fan of. So I reprofiled the blade. The handle was made for Andre the Giant! So it got slimmed down and then some new pants!
Alex Yerks, @Adahy , kuksa and my Turley Mississippi River. Love both these!!
Cheating on the real coffee again this morning, but not on the steel.
Friday morning espresso and my new Blackfeather Bushtool w/pommel - her maiden voyage tomorrow.
Be curious to see and hear how you like that Blackfeather?
Coffee and 2 carry blades for the day
A little scouting this morning.
Your BOB looks like it's uh missing something...
Edit: so when I first looked at the photo it looked like your tip had broken off... now I realize its just under the rock...
Gossman BBT Original Grind with instant Original Roast on the hunt this morning
Shiny new tables in my coffee place call for a shiny new SAK.
Microtech SOCOM, coffee and bacon.
This knife^^^^ literally looks like fine art to me...... only immensely more useful!!!!!!
Coffee and the Road
I like Buck Knives.
Yes I like Buck Knives.