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Used my izula to save my lime because I got a gigantic shot of patron. I'd definitely recommend this or a BRKT necker knife for anyone that wants a small fixed blade.

Wrapped with paracord.

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Used my izula to save my lime because I got a gigantic shot of patron. I'd definitely recommend this or a BRKT necker knife for anyone that wants a small fixed blade.

Wrapped with paracord.

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digging your Papst Blue Ribbon,... had plenty of those when i used to live in tejas,.... cheers,....

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My current rotation....

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hey soonami is this a macbook lurking around?

Lolz yeah, I got too lazy to pull out the DSLR to take the picture, so I just used the webcam on my MacBook Pro

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love that benchmade with cherry?

that's a 690. scales are stabilized rosewood and carbon.

[hi poly!]

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Hey guys, i am looking for a good foldable, nothing but knife, for an everyday carry. I know pretty much nothing about brands or materials.

So if i am looking for something about 4" long folded, what would be your best suggestion?

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sup ddml, finally pulled the trigger on spyderco urban. haven't had it too long, but so far I love this thing. think i found my perfect knife. :]

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classic, cheep.

i want a scout knife like that. great pattern.

hey ddml, did you get your laguiole yet?

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THANX KENTHENOOB

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titaniumz

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Spyderco Leafstorm

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For a picnic: Laguiole bought from the village of Laguiole in France. :)

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Handle is made from boxwood, hardest wood in Europe. Blade is made of Sandvik steel. It has the shephard's cross embedding made of silver.

Spring is the signature of the smith:

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What I really carry every day (I have many...):

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If I think I'm gonna need one I take one of my proper "puukko":

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I have some folding knives from Spyderco and such but never really used them. I have my SAK's- or puukko's if needed...

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that's a 690. scales are stabilized rosewood and carbon.

[hi poly!]

sup snuggle, long time! still haven't tracked one down yet, you have one as well right?

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hey ddml, did you get your laguiole yet?

sup kenneth knob

not sure what you are saying

BUT

i did just get my second fontenille pataud

this one with a carbon blade, juniper burl handle and no corkscrew

i just snapped pics but the ones on the website are better though mine's got a nice patina on the blade

it is a lot slimmer than my other FP laguiole

my other one has big hips and an altogether rounder feel

these have got to be my favorite knives

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A Laguiole my parents bought me when I was 9 or 10 years old. It comes from the shop of the oldest Laguiole factory.

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Omg I think that's the same company I have! I'll have to post em

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sup kenneth knob

not sure what you are saying

BUT

i did just get my second fontenille pataud

this one with a carbon blade, juniper burl handle and no corkscrew

i just snapped pics but the ones on the website are better though mine's got a nice patina on the blade

it is a lot slimmer than my other FP laguiole

my other one has big hips and an altogether rounder feel

these have got to be my favorite knives

hm, i thought i saw you buy a used one on bf. dude named "ddml"

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Couple of the knives I rotate through. Favorites gotta be the Gerber L.S.T. perfect for the coin pocket in most of my jeans.

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Picked this up on sale the other day at Beans. 20 bucks. I'll mainly use it to cut corn stalks come fall. Until then it'll rest under my bed.:D

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http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10157.html

same one?

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I've got two pocket knives currently, an Opinel and a kershaw leek. The kershaw has their rainbow finish or whatever, but I actually was wondering something.

I want to get a Laguiole knife eventually, but I'm sorta a fan of the high carbon steel blade on my Opinel, would it be out of the question to find a similar blade on a Laguiole??

Oh and my dad has a knife (not a pocket knife) that I don't really know much about, but it's really nicely made and rather attractive. I'll post it within the week probably.

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oh i've got a Fontenille Pataud laguiole with carbon steel blades

you have to order direct from FP for the carbon steel though

all the US purveyors stock SS

love Opinels, btw.

did some whittling with this guy today

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^ northfield big jack

no patina on the 1095 blades yet

working on it...

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Here's that knife i was talking about. I would post pictures of the opinel and the kershaw, but there's not much point in that yet (if at all). Maybe if i can get the opinel to start looking nicer hah.

anyway, I don't know where it's from, but it's japanese and my brother gave it to my dad as a gift (i suppose I could ask him, but I'm lazy and he's 600 miles away)

so here we are

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and a close up

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sorry for the relatively poor image quality. I forgot that my point and shoot is rather shitty, and I don't have a dslr of my own (mine's film)

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