I've never even seen one of those before. :confused:
I would think it would be handy for any type of glasses wearer, sun, reading, and prescription. ;)
NICE! I see you also have the mini screwdriver on your SAK. :cool:
heyBJK, nice shot. :cool:
Stagehand, that has to be the Army Tank of Bikes! Oddly enough looks functional but heavy?
The Shapleigh is a nice vintage knife, but I'm liking the homemade. :cool:
It's sad when somebody we knew and liked passes away, but apparently we all get a turn. :(
WOW! Very nice!
What good is the cork screw on a SAK? I just learned this neat trick from Coalcracker Bushcraft. I was impressed, and think you guys might be as...
Sorry to hear that. Maybe timdgsr's suggestion of using a drill press?
Let us know if the soaking worked?
I have heard many good things about the C 75 but have never shot one yet.
BTW, I hope you know I only meant soak the body, not the head with the electronics? I suspect either the baking soda or vinegar will do the trick.
Try soaking it over night in a baking soda solution, or white vinegar.
I was going to say something similar. They don't currently have the same warranty?
I actually like some forced patina's. I played with them a bit myself some years back. If interested you can search them out.
Yours is definitely...
Love the old classics. :cool:
Nice! Tradition be damned, it looks highly functional. :cool:
Nice watch and thread revival. ;)
I see where you're going with this. Attach knife to outside of boot, but under the jean leg.
I personally don't want anything in my boot besides...