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What did you use your knife for today

Discussion in 'Knives' started by Sharpdogs, May 27, 2006.

  1. khtima

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    Cut the cutlet)

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  2. kevinwho

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    Not edc but I cut myself on a razor sharp kitchen knife just now while doing the wash up
    I was scrubbing a roasting dish with the knife facing blade up under the water
    OWWW !
     
  3. khtima

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    Opened the box with the equipment. Cut off the insulation from the wires.
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  4. Windex

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    I used my griptillian to open a few beers.
     
  5. Minifcar

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    used my brend 2 to open a box of twinkies! well worth it;)
     
  7. JAfromMn

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    I used my Serrated Spyderco Endura to cut the plastic straps off a bunch of boxes.[​IMG]
     
  8. Monocrom

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    The latch that holds my driver's side door closed fell off yesterday. Couldn't close my car door. Drove home with my left hand on top of the steering wheel, and my right stretched across my body . . . holding the door closed. By the Grace of God, I got home safely. I also have a garaged parking space that I share with about 40 of my neighbors in the COOP.

    Parked, took out some jute twine, braided it a bit, then attached one end to my door pull and the other around the base of the shifter knob in order to hold the door shut. Most of my neighbors aren't the nosey type, but it takes just one of those doesn't it.

    Used my Victorinox Spartan with the black handles with white borders to cut the twine, as well as a piece of duct tape to make sure it didn't come undone. Then I used a mini zip-tie as well. Rigged it up while sitting in the front passanger's seat. Held together great over night. Used my Buck 379 Solo penknife to cut the twine before heading off to the dealership. Drove slowly and carefully. Fixed in two hours. Completely covered under warranty.

    Hope to never use any of my knives for anything similar. Originally bought the jute twine for setting up an improvised tube tent in an emergency. Glad I keep it in my car.
     
  9. little green bag

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    A co-worker asked me to cut open a plastic package for them, out came the leek.
     
  10. Dferg10

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    I just cut the ropes of a chum bag and a nasty old bait bucket from the side of my dock.
     
  11. vegassprky
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    Used my paramilitary to cut the lead on the halter of a horse that was falling as he got out of the trailer, he was still tied up! With a 1100lb animal hanging on it popped right thru !!! Horse is AOK too!
     
  12. bladeblabber

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    used my schrade buzzsaw trapper to open a box of cookies and a bag of dog treats
     
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    Several tasted fresh cardboard as some friends were entertained at how sharp they are as they made quick work of a big box...not so utilitarian today.
     
  14. bladeblabber

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    used the protech/emerson cqc7 auto to cut a few threads and a few pieces of tape, and opened a box
     
  15. will m
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    went apple picking and sliced a few out in the orchard. later in the day cut the frayed end of a skate lace.
     
  16. nukehayes

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    Used my CRKT M-16 to cut the hospital band off of my wife's wrist. (she's OK)
     
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    A pesky can of shoe string potatoes, with my CRKT m16-12Z
     
  18. mikey

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    I used my SAK Explorer to open a box containing this new toy!

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    Time to take down some of the veggies, almost end of summer here. BM Grip
     
  20. JAfromMn

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    I brought my stretch to work with me today I used it to cut down a couple of dozen box's [​IMG]