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Discussion in 'Knives' started by jeepsrjason, Feb 21, 2013.
Yesterday was anything needed to get a new hot water heater installed followed by the plastic wrapper on the cap of a bourbon bottle
packages, packages, packages.
Manix2 S30V... Lettuce, tomatoes & a plastic do-hickey that holds labels on clothes, toys, etc.
Spyderco Delica and Boker WharCom.
Trimmed and shaped some aspen wood boards. Cut open some cardboard packaging. Scraped off some dried paint drips.
Cardboard fears me. Can't say I blame it.
Big day for me and my Griptillian. I used it to open a pack of hot dogs.
Used my EDC Gerber EAB to open the package my brand new Eagletac D25A TI clicky. Today was a good day.
Broke down car part boxes and trimmed some plastic pieces for a better fit. Sliced an orange. Split crab legs. Opened my package from willydigger. Cut paracord.
Used my Gerber Paraframe to cut open a jug of herbicide at work. Gotta love getting rid of some invasive species.
The Gerber EAB is amazing. So much capability coming from a 10$ knife.
Cut down some baloney. I don't get it - why do people cut cardboard so much? I have a wood furnace in my home and I never get to cut any cardboard because it's all used for fire starting...
I took a few layers of skin off my finger "trying somthing"
Sandwich, mail and the days not over
Sent from the Jungle.
My finger. I have the zip tie mod on my Spyderco Persistence and I'm not user to it yet.
Sent From Me On A Toilet.
Used my sebenza to cut up a hoggie, slice a apple up, and one or two other random things. Used my sng to open a bag of pellets.
I used my Gerber FAST Draw a couple days ago to cut those annoying ties off of a toy for my two year old daughter. The serrated half of the blade made easy work of them. I need to start carrying a small pair of wire cutters for those moments.
6ft wide piece of conveyor belt coming out of the stamping press.
Opened a can of Copenhagen.
Cut open a few boxes.