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A while back Jan Carter sent me a Kabar Hobo Knife. She asked me to put it to good use and let her know what I thought about. So here it goes.
First off Kabar markets this all stainless steel knife as
the Kabar HOBO, the Complete Slide-Apart Outdoor dining kit.
Despite their marketing I mainly used the knife indoors eating a variety…Continue
Added by Tobias Gibson on April 29, 2015 at 18:28 — 10 Comments
I am back!!! Since i have been very busy. whew!!! So I bought few knives in few months ago. I recently Bought very rare 1920-40 M100 or B100 Case XX push slide knife at Englishtown Swap Meet & Auto Show in Englishtown, NJ. I will post few pictures later.
When i wander around many vendors around, I quickly spot rare M100 or B100 Case XX Push Slide knife with tag cost $17.00. I puzzle very quiet, "$17??" Great steal! I knew It suppose be worth around $200.00. The guy sell…Continue
Added by Michelle "Fingers" DellaPelle on April 28, 2015 at 20:00 — 6 Comments
An exhibition in Glasgow about the American Civil War , may be of interest !
Added by John Bamford on April 27, 2015 at 15:15 — 5 Comments
So this past saturday we had the DKE. And unlike some previous years where I was able to take LOT's of pictures and write commentairy for them.
This year I didn't get around to that at all. But let me tell you about the show from the perspective of a fairly novice maker. (This was only my 3rd show attending as a maker)
At 6:30am a friend of mine came to pick me up. The guy is one of my closest friends and although we sometimes don't talk to each other for weeks…Continue
Added by Alexander Noot on April 21, 2015 at 4:14 — No Comments
Added by Le Coutographe on April 14, 2015 at 13:49 — 2 Comments
the Thiers from Chambriard is a typical french folder. Wood or horn are usually used for scales but this time it was Titanium.
Knife bought in 2000.
Added by Le Coutographe on April 14, 2015 at 13:45 — 2 Comments
It has been a while since I published here... very busy sorry for those who missed my pics !
this wonderful knife is fully handmade by Michel Grini (http://www.couteaux.michel-grini.com/).
it is a slim KORK made of 2 layers of titanium, the last is sand blasted and a blade of CTS-40CP steel
very simple, very slim and very good looking.
no frame, no liner-lock, it is a "piemontais" …Continue
Added by Le Coutographe on April 14, 2015 at 10:58 — 5 Comments
Thought I would put this on my blog page, I'm still struggling a little with the format of this forum, so I thought I would post today's collection of booty here. The little "city" next door, (Morro Bay, Ca; pop 10,000), is having their annual "Community Yard Sale" weekend, and here is what I scored today. The highlight was a Camillus USA nautical knife, jigged brown bone handle, no dents, scratches, very sharp main blade, and a beautiful patina. I'll be posting a photo of that on Tobias'…Continue
Added by Syd Carr on April 11, 2015 at 20:08 — 29 Comments
As I guess a lot of folks will have seen that Stefan brought out a knife book, last year I think . The problem for most of us is that it is only available in German . In this link a fellow knife reviewer MrDagon007 review's the book and presents a selection of the knives. I can say that I have enjoyed the video a lot and of course it is in English !…Continue
Added by John Bamford on April 6, 2015 at 13:51 — 6 Comments
I was torn between just posting the picture or adding a description of what the picture was about, so I figured why miss an opportunity to wax poetic over pretty sharp things?
The new Buck 119 Brahma that was just announced at SHOT Show 2015 has been much anticipated among Buck fixed blade collectors and stacked leather blade aficionado’s. Comparisons to the classic Ka-Bar USMC are inevitable. This photo shows the Ka-Bar USMC on top, the Buck 119 Brahma in the middle, and a Buck 119…Continue
Added by Ms Data on April 4, 2015 at 16:03 — 4 Comments
I attempted to watch the blood moon lunar eclipse from my vantage point just south of Kansas City. Saw the full moon, 3/4 moon, 1/4 moon, and just a sliver of the moon before daylight beamed. Darn, I missed the 4-minute blood moon stage. Oh well, next time maybe. But I did enjoy some invigorating chat time with a couple of friends of mine!
Good day all.....
TOPEKA – Gov. Sam Brownback is preparing to sign a bill allowing Kansas residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit.
The Republican governor’s office set the Statehouse signing ceremony for Thursday. Legislators approved the measure last week, and the new law would take effect July 1.
The National Rifle Association says Kansas will become the fifth state to allow concealed carry without a permit everywhere.
Kansas still would issue permits for gun owners who…Continue
Added by tim payne on April 2, 2015 at 11:35 — 8 Comments