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Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:

I used to be able to open one of those very fast in hs.

in HS I could operate a butterfly. these days though ill just stick to my assisted open.
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Got the OK from the wife for one of these :


Edited by Kayback - 17 February 2014 at 1:49am
Pedicabo ego vos et irrumabo. H = 2
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< style="height: 0.2px; width:10px; display:block;" ="application/x-firefox-plg" id="xcbjoa">What is that?? That would awesome for my B.O.B.!
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Originally posted by Kayback Kayback wrote:

Got the OK from the wife for one of these :


Jebus! You planning to go all native on anyone that tries to break in?!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kayback Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 February 2014 at 1:13pm
American Kami axe. It sells for around $550. They used to have a version with the bearded front blade and the rear a hammer. That looked like a really useful tool, but they don't seem to offer that any more.

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< style="height: 0.2px; width:10px; display:block;" ="application/x-firefox-plg" id="xcbjoa">I guess I will just have to make one...
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Let us know how it cuts, Kayback. I see so many of these awesome looking axes that end up being crap to actually chop with.
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Originally posted by Dazed Dazed wrote:

Let us know how it cuts, Kayback. I see so many of these awesome looking axes that end up being crap to actually chop with.


Will do. With the $-R exchange rate, getting the OK from the wife is easier than getting the finances though.

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Gransfors bruks hunting axe, picked er up last weekend at the sportsman show. Nice thin grind
should help with limbing and chopping down pieces. 19" So it'll fit outside the pack cleanly, grooved handle for when the hands get wet while paddling around for more wood. She should be seeing decades of use, pretty stoked.
Also, not my pic.
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Kayback, that axe is badass. Little devil, I love the utilitarian nature of yours. I don't know why, but that post of yours made me want to go hiking kinda badly...

My balisong just came in. Maaaan this thing is smooth. And it's a mid-end knife at best. Getting used to cheap Chinese crap really makes me appreciate a decently built knife. I need a sheath or something for it now. It's okay in my pocket, but a bit cumbersome. Then again, it IS a butterfly knife...
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