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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Tony Sal, Oct 4, 2014.
I've been carrying the Boker Pelican this week.
I have several of these:
I think the denominations I have are penny, nickel, and dime. Just don't baton with them and they'll do everything a bigger knife can do (OK, I joke).
Carrying these two today
My wife designed a knife and I had. Mr. Peterson make it for her.
It was supposed to be an auto. but he was afraid to ship it from Canada.
I think it looks like a. lady's boot with the lock release being the heel.
He said he would not make another like it because of the curves (the woman's touch ).
It has ivory micarta scales and an Abalone inlay.
Isn't "destruction of money" or whatever the legal term is, forbidden by law?
"Great" knife anyways, do you have more un-tiny pictures of it, please?
I'm a big fan of the Spyderco Dragonfly. Great little knife, I have two, one in ZDP and one in H1. I also like the Ladybug and Manbug even though I don't own either one. I had a Ladybug hawkbill H1 but traded it off. Still a cool little knife, and very solid for its size. The Dragonfly is one of the smallest knives I own now.
This is a charming little knife.
The Sanrenmu 4024. A solid framelock and a capable, mirror polished, hollow grind blade. I tend to use this knife more and more.
DSC04955 by juan pedro almeida
Box cutters. I've carried the bottom one for a few years. I bought the top one when I thought I lost the bottom one. The bottom one looked like the top one when it was new. Its been dropped and washed and still works like new.
I have a Gerber EAB that I seem to have misplaced somewhere. I´m pretty sure it´ll turn up as soon as I buy a new one.
Nah... freedom of speech and all that...
Bank on it
Just remember the sound advice of the late great George Carlin: "It will be in the last place you look..."
Moshe ben David
Ahhh...the little things.
Been back to my old stand-by's the past few days. Remington peanut made by Camillus and my ever present and trusty Vic classic.
Steve: Could you, please , provide the knife name and Manufacturer, I'm interested in seeing if I can afford that Lil Jewel. Thanks, Jim
fellhoelter frikky folder. They are hard to come by. Usually sell out as soon as they are available so your best bet is the secondary market.
If you like the SAK Classic try the Manager or Midnight Manager.