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Can't believe we are entering a another decade. I hope everyone has a great new year. As I open up a new iKC calendar, thought it would be a great idea to choose a knife a month to showcase. Here's my knife of the month for January (I wonder what yours might be?!). This is the last knife I purchased in 2019. It's a utility / hunter by TK Steingass - spalted hackberry handle with a 4.5" 1095 blade with hamon.
WOW, Dennis that handle and hamon line are gorgeous!
What a beauty!
Thanks! Hope others join in and post their monthly favorites!!
Great idea and knives!
I would choose Kershaw 1510ST. When winter and cold, it is easy to open and close with 1 hand, even when hands are numb, tooths allows you to better cut frozen things.
Hi, I Tried last Year, for the 2020 Calendar, Adding the Guatemalan "New Year"......
?Maybe, I waz a Little tooo Late??
Nice .....great pic
Dennis Hibar said:
Already into the second month of 2020. My February pic is this Moki Calliope with black linen micarta covers and a mother of pearl inlay.
Can't believe it is March already. Despite the fact that robins returned to the area in mid-February, spent the last four days of the month cleaning up 30 inches of snow that fell during that period!
Here's my knife selection for March. It's a sole authorship beauty by Josh Smith that I picked up in 2013.
Dennis, A Nice one, ?What took so Looooong to Post it, Wasn't 300,000 feet of Snow......or wuz it??
ok I want to enter one for the 2021 calendar (whichever month Easter comes in)
Made in the U.S.A.
High Tech Polymer-Steel/Advanced Injection molding
Weight - 5.2 Ounces
Overall length - 11.75 inches
Blade Length - 6 inches
Non-Sip ergonomic scales
All weather 440 stainless steel - polished or titanium finish
LOL, ooops, too tired to rework it tonight will try to turn it tomorrow