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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Dec 22, 2013.
Nice lookin' pocket knife Nick!
Thanks, master !
Opinel collection N08:
Top to bottom: Bubinga, Olive, Standard, Carbone and Grey
Sweet collection you have there!
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The Kershaw ET 1900
I usually don't carry this one much anymore, though I used to daily. It embodies innovation for the sake of innovating only at the cost of safety and common sense. Opening and closing this knife (assuming one opens it without dragging it open on a pocket while drawing) requires you operate the "toggle" at the tail of the knife with your ring finger. This operation opens and closes the scalpel-sharp blade giving that nearly useless, clumsy finger 1/8 inch of clearance before certain stitches. The average carrier of this knife would likely also comfortably carry a grenade in their pocket with the pin out, or smoke while pumping gas. There is a certain thrill to it but only for the purpose of danger. I say it's a mechanical marvel if you can find a video of it operating online.
Here's a shot from their "training video"
That's quite a load to carry, brother. I am praying for you and your family.
Full load: ZT 0561, Small Insingo Sebenza, Rotring Art Pencil, Pilot Scholar fountain pen
^That is a wicked finish on the 0561!
Leethal and a Juice today.
Basic EDC | On Person Carry | Skinth Loadouts | Backpack | Bail Out Bag
God bless you and your family.
Good afternoon folks -- these 2 today. Stay safe!
Today's quote: "We and all others who believe in freedom as deeply as we do, would rather die on our feet than live on our knees." -- Franklin D. Roosevelt
That's such a neat old stockman. I love the shield! Is it a Schrade too?
Just got this one the other day.
Thanks sir. Yes, it's an old Schrade-Walden edition.
That is one great photo of a seriously good-looking knife!