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Show your fixed blades!!

Discussion in 'Knives' started by TKC, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. silverspurr

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    Been Rocking the vintage Schrade Old Timer 15OT 10" Deerslayer fixed Hunting Knife as of recently.

    We have been doing a lot of camping and the need for a fixed blade around the camp to accompany the Axe and the machete this knife has fit the bill rather nicely. Fits nicely in the hand and sharpened properly she holds a nice cutting blade.

    She's a lot been seeing a lot of belt time since these camping trips and has been complementing my EDC Carry recently.

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    @silverspurr: how do you keep your stogies fresh in stored just in those open jars? Oh yeah -- like your blades, especially the kukra!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    The jars are not open, they close tightly with both a rubber gasket and Ball jar type locking mechanism, additionally there is a Boveda 69% humidity packet in each jar.
    Cigar jars have been used going way back, this an original 1912 H. Upmann cigar jar from Havana, they still make them but with a more modern locking system. I have this old one and two new ones.
    My late dad used one for years.

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    My favorite JK Knives.

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    Jeff
     
  7. Chicago Tri Man

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    Very nice ... I have a potawotomi in Osage that I love.

    My made with JK custom.... [​IMG]

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    Thanks, it's nice to meet another JK fan!

    Jeff
     
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    Yup, I know. Just could not make out the covers/lids in your pics. Really looked like the jars were open.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    Its been quite awhile since I've been on here, but I hope its ok if I post my mini review of my Halloran Knives Seax! If there's an issue, mods please let me know! I'm hoping to get a little more active here again!



    This is one of my first few youtube videos, so please bear with me as I butcher my native tongue (english) and hem and haw!
     
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