Knife Life and The Sharp Obsession


#42

Buck 110. I’ve had mine for about 35 years.
Isn’t the 119 the knife that O.J. used…I mean reported to have owned?


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#44

@LonewolfMcQuade

I’d like to make a strong suggestion

punt that quick

I had a similar S&W auto and learned the hard way the value of a lock on an auto

I will not have another auto without a lock, they can and will close on your hand under hard use,
if its just a box opener no problem

My current carry is a Gerber and I use it as a pry bar, hammer, beer opener etc with no issue’s, well, banged the aluminum handle a bit as a hammer :yum:


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#46

I agree, I don’t carry an auto without a lock.


#47

Dude what is that? That’s a nice knife.


#48

I’ve had a lot of knives sent in to me for reviews, here’s an interesting one.


#49

The only knife I use consistently. Ordered from ‘Track of the Wolf’ on a whim and still a decade later I couldn’t be happier…


#50

I was fortunate enough today to hold and photograph a piece of history that was brought back by my grandfather.


#51

Does anyone practically use a bayonet? Are they just hunks of steel at this point? I have a reverence for them but rarely do I find myself grabbing one as a go to other than a box opener.

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#52

Yes, and they still have a purposes. In any case I own and recommend them.


#53

Oh I have a few. Also, they’re a good excuse to make a gif of me cutting wire!


#54

Just wanted to share some great examples oh knifework. Video is rather old, but still interesting.