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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [email protected], Feb 6, 2018.
Chewer of Guitar Strings
Some fine day I'll make her mine, pretty flamingo....Manfred Mann
This is soooo cool. You play that darn song one more time my friend, the claws are coming out.
Have to say, I really look forward to the new pics on this thread. They are all fab - seriously.
After seeing this, all I can think about is Dr Evil and Mr Bigglesworth before the freezing process and feline complications
Mornings at my place.
Now we need a pic of your Spyderco Native.
I have to admit, I am working hard to get out of automatic mode and keep track of all the nuances that impact an image. Focal length and shutter-speed relative to ISO is my problem area.
Have they been sharpened lately?
For those wondering, Steve is making fun of the time I took a knife into a specialty knife store and the clerk working there ruined the blade. It was already sharp but I wanted the razor-sharp edge restored, which isn't all that easy with S35VN steel. Thats why I went to a specialty knife shop. When we back to get the knife a few hours later, I was in shock. Instead of seeing a glossy edge on my favourite knife, it looked like 1/4 of the blade was removed with a grinder. By a child.
Man, it must’ve taken forever to cut all that wood with those.
In Paris. Hanso went ballistic, and in his defense the dude did ruin his knife. Almost had an international incident.
Looked okay to me ................ just say'in
I dunno about all that.
Here's a knife I made for Mrs. Plaid when I got into making knifes that one summer:
I found out the secret to a razor sharp edge is stropping. A hunk of full hide leather with some cutting compound.
I see what you did!
God looking blade, man.
Here's Astro earlier today on a very rare occurrence - A snow day in north Georgia:
We got a couple more inches after this was taken, but it's already melting 3 hours later.
I’m guessing the other guy surrendered pretty quickly. And was very quick to work with Hans once he found out where he lives.