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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.

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WOW, Dennis that handle and hamon line are gorgeous!

What a beauty! 

Thanks!  Hope others join in and post their monthly favorites!!

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.

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.



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Hi, I Tried last Year, for the 2020 Calendar, Adding the Guatemalan "New Year"......

?Maybe, I waz a Little tooo Late??

GraciaZ,  Michael.

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

www.Angleseyknives.com

LOL, ooops, too tired to rework it tonight will try to turn it tomorrow

I've been so busy lately, forgot to post my April's Cal pic!

This one recently went to a new home in Canada ... but is a Fallkniven TK3 with drowned oak covers.

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