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"Ping", "Ping", Ping". The craftman's hammer falls, driving the pin and setting the blade.
He straightens himself from his bench and works the newly set blade against it's spring. A…
For those of you that have been enjoying my blog posting on Burke, Idaho...here is Part 2. More than likely, this will be a 4-part "series". It did dawn upon me that being as this site is…Blog Burke Idaho, A modern Ghost Town and a lesson 4 Likes
Memorial Day is a US Federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. It was called Decoration Day, after the American Civil War, to commemorate the fallen Union soldiers of the Civil War.…Blog Memorial Day, A rich tradition continues in 2 8 Likes DSCF0183 photo DSCF0183 2 Likes Carbon Steel Knife Care I thought I would start a small discussion on carbon steel knife care for those that are not familar with this steel. I am far from an expert but have used this type of knife all of my life and thoug… Discussion Carbon Steel Knife Care 4 Likes Kershaw Crown II It's never easy to replace a favorite EDC. But in fact I was looking for just such a replacement. The Kershaw Crown II comes by recommendation from an iKC member. It is a slightly smaller version of… Discussion Kershaw Crown II 7 Likes
I am so very pleased to announce a selection for the 2011 iKnife Collector knife. Our selection is:
From GEC, a Tidioute w/ lanyard hole, Item Number 722111. The blade is 1095 steel and is…Blog iKC 2011 Community Knife 22 Likes 4-6-12 012 photo 4-6-12 012 3 Likes