Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by TheWhiteWoodsman, Nov 20, 2016.
Good morning folks!
Just got this in - William Collins (WC) Master Woodsman Model 1 - it is a beaut!
Coffee provided by Uncle Sam.
Needless to say, the view was better than the coffee.
OK, not a bushcraft knife, but one I use a lot.
theres a Wookie cup ? Where might one find this ???
is that A Puma ???
Yes an old “auto messer”
that's a nice blade and well loved it shows !!!
Nice handle slabs are those from TKC?
Yes sir, tiger stripe 2x2
They feel great in the hand
Very nice they look super comfy how do you like them?
I love them !
The contours feel like they are custom made for my hand. And the craftsmanship and fit are perfect.
Dale has very fast and friendly service !
Breakfast today in a forest cottage
Nice, interesting matches
on the way
I got another one... needed a snack after breakfast... had a whole cucumber sitting around, so why not?
@Red Yeti might recognize the knife... now sporting copper wire and leather wraps, could probably do without the wire, but it does add some finger traction.
Spyderco Pacific Salt....going on a canoe trip Memorial Day so I justified this purchase as something I need in case I get tangled up in an abandoned limb line or giant monofilament nest. If you put your mind to it you can always justify a purchase.
Was going through some stuff and found this. Forgot I had it. Was my grandfather's. Says KaBar on it.
Tops Mtn Lion. And some Kona blend. This knife Needs to get used more often, it's still too pretty.
I really like that knife!
coffee on the dock this morning
Haven't had this Buck 845 in my pocket since Christmas!
Sweet. Nothing like being on the water.
Enjoying some Sumatra, a morning roll and a little Birk.
Big Sky coffee...polebridge mug...and my latest Buck 110.
You better get that cup finished, coffee's almost done!
a set of knives for today
What is the knife, can we get a closer picture of it? Very nice coffee set up. Did you finish the kuksa to drink out of it? Almost looks like an ML knife.
It's a PKS Buffalo Skinner. He sells a lot of high quality gear at reasonable prices. The only reason I don't own more is I'm more into the UL side of outdoors-ing and Dave is a heavy-duty, old school type woodsman. Most all his gear is well designed and of bullet-proof construction though, so I recommend it for base-camp type activities.
This was my first Kuksa attempt using a chunk of cedar my son gave me. It cracked in more than one place, so I'm deliberating on trashing it or finishing the cup, breaking it at the cracks and wood gluing it back together.