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Discussion in 'Knives & Tools' started by Petay, Jan 17, 2019.

  1. shauny

    shauny Top Poster

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    my 2 at mo,as tend to chop and change. the RAT1A obviously doesnt come out in public,before anyone
    pipes up. the other wee one is a uk legal carry.very sharp
     

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  2. Mr wolf

    Mr wolf Sad times

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    Got the mrs a rat.
    Stopped her using my ukpk in cringeworthy ways
     
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  3. td_boy

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    Survival kit for the most boring days at work...
    Not one condom and that cable ties far too short ;):D
     
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  5. Hans Free

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    That's a real nice pocket knife I'm going have to google that knife maker
     
  6. Kadushu

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    Byrd Tern
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    Very light, comfortable and surprisingly strong for its construction.
     
  7. 2506sendero

    2506sendero Legend in his own mind & living on the edge.

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    Paul Mason Lanny's clip - ancient ivory paper micarta covers, RWL34 steel blade, full half stop - the finest traditional slipjoint maker in the UK and he is up there with the best in the world, check him out, but expect an extremely long wait if you want to own & carry his goodies.

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  8. RagnarHairybreeks

    RagnarHairybreeks Keyboard Hero

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  9. td_boy

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    I feel distinctly under-bladed :D
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    Good job I'm comfortable with my endowment...;)
     
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  10. allanthomas66

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    I live in Smethwick AKA Smedrock so here’s my EDC outfit!

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    On a more sensible day this Boker Worldwide is the best carry I’ve owned, including Spyderco, lansky and most other big boys out there.....

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    For £30 from Hennie it’s awesome value.
     
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  11. Kadushu

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    I'm impressed with the Boker Plus range. Good little tools at sensible prices. Got my brother in law a Wasabi for xmas and he was blown away by it.
     
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    I sold my Boker plus and lansky worldwide on here ... they were both good value for money knives but I couldn’t open them with one hand as I do with my spyderco’s
     
  13. Kadushu

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    I made some wooden scales for my Lansky and reprofiled the edge into a tanto. A lot of meat for your money but too heavy for my liking.
     
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    A bit of what I EDC have some had a few esees and ka-bar USMC. gerber lmf ii and strongarm. tops BOB.rat 3 the thing that comes everywhere with me is the tin. And my keys have a leatherman and Kershaw and olight on IMG_20190723_001822.jpg IMG_20190718_181040.jpg IMG_20190702_224758.jpg IMG_20190702_224915.jpg IMG_20190702_224805.jpg IMG_20190717_125028.jpg IMG_20190702_230500.jpg IMG_20190702_224810.jpg
     
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  15. allanthomas66

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    Cool collection mate, I’ve wanted an LMF II for years but never come round to parting with £110 for one. Awesome blade.
     
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    Thanks mate yer I only paid 45 I couldn't justify the full price but in all honesty mate the Gerber strong arm was a better knife and cheaper
     

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