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...
Another fine camp site. ;)
Haha, got me! Well done! :cool:
You do a lot of hiking, eh? :cool:
Gave it a reply and thumb up. ;)
I really like that the firesteel is mounted on the cap and inside the handle. It'll be a lot harder to lose that way. ;)
Same one I've had for the last few years. [ATTACH]
Mmm, P7. One of mine as well.
You do good etching. :cool:
Didn't our ancestors start out that way? ;)
Well, you could always use the cleaver for filleting fish. I'm sure the results will be um, normal? o_O
Just use it for normal duty, like, you know, filleting fish? ;)
But you know the unconditional lifetime warranty could make an exception for batoning and prying with the fillet knife. ;)
Seriously, you guys have all manner of size in your knives, including a cleaver? What would be the major malfunction in having a filet knife in...
45-70 I'm thinking?