Becker thread?

Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by mwramos76, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. Kevo

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    Guys, I did a thing.
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    I should add. These are the tkc extended scales for the izula.
     
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    brilliant!
     
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    I'm digging it! The bit of extra length really balances out the knife.
     
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    A great Becker and beer combo ;)

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    I see your Becker and a Beer and raise you a Becker and a BLT w/ 1lb of bacon 2012-10-24_14-21-08_74.jpg
     
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    you ruined it with all that L&T........
     
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    The L&T (and bread)were just for the pic. After I snapped the shot I removed all the plate garnishments and ate the bacon
     
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    good man!
    my faith in you is restored.
     
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    Oh man.... bacon beats beer... you win :D
     
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    Fire making is always fun, especially with the BK7 to make thing easiers :D
    It was during our summer vacation though Spain and France.
    Here's some more pictures making tea at the borders of the Dordogne river in France. Stayed there for a few days, a beautiful area.

    Gathering some dry sticks (Poplar wood) on my way over there
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    This is the spot, and all the wood I need (and then some more)
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    Flames if you look closely on top of the MSP Core 4 stove (love that thing!)
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    Put the kettle on
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    Enjoying the view while waiting for the water to boil
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    Tea is ready, let the flames go out now
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    Plenty of water around to leave things behind safe :D
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    Big fun yes. :D
     
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    Got a sheath for my custom 7. Remington drop leg. Seems decently made, and very cheaply priced. Olive drab, my fav. I read reviews before I bought it, and they seemed decent. One review I read said the velcro retainer would barely fit their BK2. I knew it would be close for the 7. Barely closes, but it's an easy enough fix. I like it.

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    Looks like she'll fit:

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    Lllllllllike a glove:

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    That's such an awesome setup!
     
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    Thank you bro been working on it for a while! Thanks to @Allen Morrison and his Kydex it’s almost done. Next it a patina
     
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    Wednesday afternoon maintenance :D

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    Nice kit, Knoefz. I had to choil my 7 because I kept wanting to choke up right at the sharpening notch and was bound to cut myself.

    Here's my latest Beckerish. ;)
    And I HIGHLY recommend Dogwood's Firefly scales for the Tweeners:

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