Discussion in 'Siembida Custom Knives' started by Blackhawk45hunter, Dec 27, 2015.
That one won't be easily lost! Nice man
Got to use my Harrier a lot this past weekend for an overnighter. (http://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/father-son-winter-campout.192087/)
Here are a couple shots with the Harrier:
Not your typical can-opener:
Just a couple glamour shots taken:
I used the peregrine to whittle off the tip of my birthday cigar to enjoy on a remote beach hike.
Now THERES a great use for the peregrine!
Happy birthday bro!
@MisterHoodoo what Gurkha cigar is that? How was it?
That's just about my favorite way to use a knife! Well done!!
It was their "Royal Challenge". I've been pleasantly surprised both times I've tried Gurkha cigars. They have been very smooth, no harsh or bitter traits at all.
All of the Gurkhas I've tried have been the same, excellent smooth taste
A few days ago our rooster, who has never been nice to our children, went after my 2 year old girl and drew blood. It was time for him to go. He's dinner tonight.
Looks like easy work for that Harrier!
that's the same thing i do to anyone that hurts my daughter.
New toy received from a new friend. Kestrel in 154cm! Can't wait to get this thing dirty!
Looks like it's time to get this thread started again.
The baby vulture! I’m glad to see it getting so much love. I’ve already got another in 3/16” A2 going into this coming run if anyone is interested.
Some Valravn fun today.
Got a chance to use my Wood Thrush on 2 Deer this year, maybe if the Sage Grouse/ Wood Thrush hybrid is done before the end of deer season in January it can draw blood too!
No really good in use pics cause I was covered in blood but heres the end result. Still removes hair after 2 deer and no sharpening!
My Harrier has always been the primary knife I grab when I know I'm going out to do some real bushcrafting. When I need a companion knife, though, I often reach for the Kestrel. Very handy, multifunctional piece to have on hand.
My companion during a day hike.
Well....gotta go in for a knee tomorrow....what better way to clear the hair!
To be truly honest, I did part with my Habilis....nary a nick either