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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Aug 28, 2015.
Bastinelli Raptor Squelette near Wittenberg Castle, lurking in the shadows.
Deep in the castle garden of Wörlitz, the Cal Persane was seen.
Also overlooking a small part of the garden, the Raptor stands watch.
Be careful with these. I lost one already.
Lost as in can't find, or lost as in it broke?
It's very light (1.3 oz.!), so I can see it being easy to forget in a pocket.
Working in my home office today
I don't want to be nitpicking, but isn't this one better at Sheepfoot Saturday?
Large manufacturers will often error on the side of 'soft' by design.
While edge hanlding is reduced causing more frequent (and perceived slightly easier sharpening effort), the softer blades are more ductile - making them tougher to snap - good for the casual user but bad for the discerning enthusiast...
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IMG_2194d by Quod Erat, on Flickr
The EDCF Manix 2 XL makes a great kitchen knife.
That's jacked up. Seriously, isn't that a jack its sitting on?
went with the Swindle today
Just plain gorgeous.
I do same since 2-3 weeks and I realised thaat the really cool clip design is better in soft trouser pockets than in jeans.
experience is a cruel teacher. it gives a test before presenting the lesson
Merc Just being curious, can you tell or show us how you carry the Bastinelli Raptor and the Cal Persane? You obviously carry them in a sheath, but do you put them in a bag or in a pocket?