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Twosun Knives Unboxing

So let’s go ahead and get into it. I actually have two knives in here: it’s just a regular standard, flat rate priority box here and open it got my current. I wouldn’t say favorite, but I like a lot the micro tech, utx, 7000 and open this up here and see what we got inside I’ll, get some more tape on the side here and so inside of that box.

We have these two boxes um, if you’re into knives you’ve – probably heard of this brand, especially recently it’s called to son. They are Chinese brand and their knives are actually start with that I had to adjust the camera angle there um their knives are fairly popular, though I saw these two for a very good price as a bundle combo, so I picked them up, so I’m not sure Which one is which um we do have the two at TS 80 and I believe the TS one something we’ll cover that in a minute.

Let’s go and take a look at this top one first and see what we’ve got in here. Oh, so it’s a box in a box, okay and just show you, the outside packaging, Tucson Tucson, nothing special and a little almost paper, esque box here, okay, so this is the one that actually bought. The bundle for this is the I love to look at the exact number, but it’s called the stingray, I’m initial impressions, it’s very thick, it’s not as heavy as I would have thought it to be.

Um centering is really really good um. This is a front flipper. As you can tell very stylish looking knife as well, I really like the clip a lot, so I’m curious to see how that functions. The one thing I will say if you’ll notice there’s not much ramp there, so I’m a bit worried about how that’s going to function in the pocket. It’s going to see if I need this open a bit of a Miss flip, so really cool.

Almost a tanto style compound grind up there on the blade, very big blade compared to the handle. I really really like that look. It feels really really good in the hand on some slides right in here, and this out almost acts like a finger choil to a degree. I really like this actually and one thing these knives are really known for is their low price point too high value. So let me see if it kind of drops shut a little bit a little bit of coaxing, let’s see if in Spidey Flicka here tight, not really, let me try to do it off camera.

I would so yeah. I can get it there. I’m! Let me try to front flip it again, so yeah I can get it I’ll, probably disassemble this and riilu brocaded here with some kpl in just a moment. I really like the feel this carbon fiber. It’s really really nice as well. If you can kind of see that there we’re the really nice carbon fiber – and this is pretty good overall – I paid, after all of a sudden done like $ 50 for this on.

It is d2 steel, titanium liners carbon, fiber overlay, titanium, clip and stainless steel hardware. So not that bad and the action off-camera I can drop it. I can drop it shut. If I try so we’ll keep that one in mind, that is the hug one open it back up here. If you guess you don’t want to look at that, is the tucson stingray i’ll have the exact model number in the article, i’m also putting down the description? If I remember, if I don’t remember, leave me a comment so next up we have TS 80.

This is codenamed a Jaeger. I really like the guy. Who does this design you can find them on instagram. I believe it’s under vin test design be int, esse um, this knife, I actually for some reason. I thought it would be. I thought it would be thinner or thicker than the stingray here, but they look like they’re about the same. The stingray, maybe a little bit with thicker honestly, lay that back down for y’all, so the Jaeger here same thing: d2, carbon, fiber and titanium.

This one does weigh a bit more. I really your stylings of this. I don’t like the how high the clip is going to set like that much of your of the knife’s going to be sticking out, but the clip is very, very stylish. It goes with it very, very well and let’s check the action on this. Oh that’s really good holy crap, that’s it so I picked these up in as a bundle, and I was honestly intending on selling this one, but I make you both.

These are just really really good. An initial impressions, of course, so take that. Take that for what you will, but right out, the box. These are looking good. This is a lot more of a tanto style, grind, um in hand. This one actually feels better it does. I do feel a little bit of a hollow down here. Um, I have somewhat large hands, but this this is really real nice. I do wish there were some jimping.

I’m right here like there is on the Stingray, because if you sit them side-by-side, I would consider this one to probably be the more hard used knife just looking at them straight on, but this one’s more comfortable, ergonomic Lee and there’s no jumping on this one. So, let’s check the action here: oh the action is much much smoother on this one. Let’s see if it’s going to be very difficult to get in camera, I’m working on getting some new lenses guys to apologize, but that is smooth see if we can spot a flick it it’s very difficult to do under camera kind of.

I will work on the action here in just a bit. I don’t think I’m going to do a disassembly. I’m try to keep my articles a little bit shorter, but my initial impressions of both of these knives fantastic there will be reviews in the coming weeks. These are may featured in my knife collection, article which may air before this – I don’t know not there yet, but I really really impressed these I’m going to go in and play with these expensive fidget toys and I’ll see all you guys later.

Thanks bye,


Knives and daggers are awesome! Plain and simple, right? Let me say, I enjoy my dagger collection with a little music playing in the background. 

 

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Saturday Knife Live-Slipjoint Edition Take 2

We will see how this goes later: woodland, there’s more stool, sweet stewardess here, almost buddy, almost how’s it going Grom, is here sweet how you doing buddy very cool Donnie’s here, excellent how’s. Everybody doing tonight I just got home. Well I, at home, a little while ago I had a banquet to go to this afternoon. I’m doing well, my friend I am doing well.

I hope you are too that’s good Marshall. So I get home. Wife wasn’t home yeah. I am too woman, I’m really hoping the Wi-Fi behaves itself tonight. I’d really like to do this, so it’s all right, Stuart, there’s always next time right but yeah. So this is take two of the Saturday Night Live slip-joint Edition. I know, but Marshall will probably recognize a couple on the table and I don’t think I have anybody in here.

Just yeah. Well yeah. I guess Stuart. That is a slip joint, so I have to know that one locks I can’t put that one in there. That’s got a locking blade, yeah bummer. I almost got one on there for you, Stuart yeah, yeah, great yeah girl. There is a lot of red on the table very true and I will be completely honest with you and uh-huh. A lot of the red ones were well not a lot, I guess maybe half-and-half forgiving to me.

No, I think I bought most of yeah yeah, there’s a lot of red yeah this one Mike traveler you take about that one. The case that’s a great little knife. I love that, but I will I will tell you guys that Wow, like I said my wife’s, not home right now when she does get home. I do have something I need to tell her, so I might have to step out real, quick. Well, I’ll give you a topic that y’all can talk about.

If that happens, the advances of Western civilization from 1945 to 1960 that’ll be your topic when I jump up, if I have to so what do you mean? You only recognized one knife on the whole table buddy, which one you recognize the eslint line is nice. Marshall is responsible for me, giving giving me a couple on the table he’s responsible for me buying one. That’s on the table. Oh yeah, hey Doug, how you doing buddy good to see you so? Oh the Bushmaster, okay, yeah yeah, the Bushmaster definitely got my my homemade patina job on there a little bit a little bit of mustard smeared on there.

I just wanted to see what it would do and I’ll kind of like the Tiger striping. I got there and they’re kind of reminds me of a perch belly too. So I kind of did the whole glob and then I did the streaks on it. I, like the streaks, much better, just kind of playing around, but it’s kind of fun. I just did my uh, it’s not on the table, but I just did my up and all number six. I wrapped that in a you know, paper towels, soaked in vinegar and put a patina on that, so that’s kind of fun.

Yeah I mean dude for a what you know you can, if you get them on the BOGO they’re, a five dollar knife, probably probably one of the better five dollar knives you’re going to buy the Bushmaster. So, let’s see, oh here’s one that Marshall is responsible for me buying and I am very glad he showed this to me. It’s the lion steel net, just a gorgeous gorgeous knife. I absolutely love that blade. I mean that’s pretty much the you know the nine forty Osborn style blade tanto.

They look very, very similar and well here. Let me let me grab it real, quick, it’s right here, the 940. The first time I saw one it became my Grail. I got one see there, I got the 940 and it was alone, and Marshall is like Oh check this knife out. Oh yeah yeah, I guess I’ll be buying one of those too I’m darn it right. There we go trying to get to focus. The blades are very similar, really trying not to cut myself here, but I’m trying to also make it focus there.

We go very similar blades. I just love that blade style, yeah, cutting garlic, sure, hey Jett. What’s that buddy yeah, that lions steal juniors here yeah that line steel is very sweet, so not Marshall! Marshall is responsible for that one and I think you buddy, because yeah I’m so glad about that doc. What’s happening: CRKT secant, Oh okay! I put too many letters in there right at first. I thought you see those it’s CRKT uh.

This is another knife that I really love. Yes, it’s red as well, but oh, the bull nose. Yes, indeed, number 71 bull nose from GE see. I have not picked up a bull Buster John, from Grateful panic, yeah he’s responsible for this one because he lent me a bull nose to review and, like oh yeah, hope we get one of those real soon and I did great great knife. I mean this one. This one’s pretty much perfect for my hand.

I know the bull Buster, the number 21 – that knife would probably be better for larger hands, so yeah great great knife. I love that one well Buster’s kind of big for the pocket. Yeah I mean I could see that. I might never viewed the bull Buster to our good buddy, a secret-agent BH. Let me his to review and I could see you know it did definitely have to be a pocket dropper. I mean it was okay, I didn’t mind it in the pocket, but I get where you’re coming from Marshall.

The bull nose is a much better pocket friendly knife for sure yeah, they’re, Caribbean blue case is really nice man, I’d really like the color on that. Oh, you got an imperial den här sweet, very cool. Oh you didn’t miss a whole lot. Did you see the hot that dear I’ll show that real, quick cuz we just got started, but there’s the hot net Marshall made me buy. First time you heard the buck for the pocket dropper.

This is a nice girl from the party you wish they would make a smaller bullnose. Really that’s interesting smaller than that huh. Hmm ad for baron. Do you ever review custom knives um? I have not a lot um. I really only have one custom yeah again III have a clover knife works. I think I did it in a. I think I read that one I’m alive. Didn’t I 46 to 56. Oh, an old one, Wow! Well, that could be Jer or not gr.

Huh Jeff! You! If you got a knife like that. Well then, hey good on your brother, hey blue collar, how you doing buddy, Ozark yo man, how you doing man glad to have you always glad to have you as he did you can make it that is truer. Smaller bono saw Buster jr. There we go. I mean I get, I mean it’s a little smaller, not a lot. I got this case. Sod-Buster jr., my good buddy Larry, gave me this one.

I mean no, I mean it’s a tad smaller this one. I mean no just this comparison, so I really do like the sod-buster pattern. I love that pattern in a in a slip, joint, hey just in time how you doing hmm, that’s awesome, Jer, very cool you just like basically, a GEC sod-buster, jr., gotcha, yeah right huh. You’ve been drinking again well join the club brother, I’m drinking on a little bit of a lesion men’s room original red.

That’s like my homage to Grateful panic, that’s what I’m drinking so the handling huh! Okay, very cool! Oh well! I mean there’s not that much of a difference between those two I mean. That’s really the only good comparison. I have I mean my my slip joint, I mean you’re. Looking at all my slip joint, so I mean Mike said my collection. Isn’t that extensive? So that’s just the that’s just a comparison I have to make Eric so yeah.

Reds are good blue-collar. Now, when you say red beer, I mean this is a red yeah, but when I think of when somebody uses the term red beer, I think of beer with tomato juice in it, you know some people do Clamato or something like that. I personally like Bloody Mary Mix, so no, you can never have too enough knives a little Orange Crush. I got something I saw that in the fridge Woodley I like some orange Krush everyone, so on no, no Marshall, it’s it does not have that.

Where is he? I don’t know I don’t know where he’s at yeah, hey Rick, how you doing buddy yeah yeah gross. What’s gross! No, I don’t well. I will drink red beer with tomato juice, but I prefer Bloody Mary makes something like you know, Coors Light or something like that. But like not a good beer, of course but and no head, so don’t be offended that I say Bud Light and Coors. I aren’t good beers, it’s just.

I can’t bring them. I can’t drink quarters later but like Street, so I just can’t do it? No! No! Oh, I don’t have a Camillus, but I don’t have my work knife either Stewart that’s down in my bag, doggone it my Maxim my maxim sailors knife. I don’t have that on the table doggone it. I forgot that one Browns are good. Hey another nice guy. How you doing buddy yeah yeah, we’re doing okay for now, Rick we’ll keep your fingers crossed cross her for years crushed toes! Oh, there goes.

Somebody said something, and now it’s starting to tweak out on me. Hopefully you guys are I’m getting a circle of death over here, so hopefully you guys aren’t yeah. I can’t drink, but like blue collar. I just can’t I drink two of them when I wake up with a headache: okay, good! Well, it’s not I’m not seeing the same thing I was seeing last week. So as long as this is usually what happens. My picture goes out, but I still have the chat feed.

So I’m, okay with that, I don’t need to see myself, hey Thomas, how you doing buddy good to see you all right. Well, we’ll just keep going and not worry about it! Didn’t y’all yell at me if it starts going funky, but this is a knife that I really I really was surprised back when we had our Secret Santas, Oh in the shark spa in in Jimmy slashes. I this as a Secret Santa gift for somebody. It’s the Reich m11 m11 B to be exact, and when I got it I I did open it to make sure the knife was okay and everything – and I was like duh gone – that’s a cool knife, so it wasn’t very long and yeah.

I got myself one, but it’s kind of a cool little knife I mean yeah, it’s got a glass breaker, it’s nothing, but it does have tweezers. I’ve got good sized tweezers on it and it does have a pocket clip. You can take the pocket clip off. If you want to, but oh no, I just it feels really good in hand. It’s got g10, but the chickens almost got like a micarta ish feel to it a little bit, and I really dig this little guy yeah.

I mean a pocket clip on a slip. Joint, I know that’s not really. You know it’s not really a thing, but I just really liked the way it felt it felt really good in the hand. So, oh, let’s see what are some other gifts here. Oh where’s, the this one, that’s a gift right. There cool little canoe, it’s the only canoe. I have in my collection a little rough rider’ canoe like they’re, green, oh man. I wish Tojo was here.

I got a green eye for him. Well, here’s another one! I just got. This was a gift. This one came from Jay this one came along with the blind Revere knife that I still have to do, but it’s a Roper knives sell beli, buy American Buffalo knife and tool so cool little sob le knife digging it. What am I missing in the chat? Something’s problem, the knife is green yeah. I know, but so awesome awesome knife.

This one is a fantastic. This gift. This is a gift for my family for Christmas. This is an absolutely gorgeous knife. It’s I remember correctly. It’s perlite. It’s not real pearl, it’s fake Peru, but that’s all right. It’s an absolutely gorgeous gorgeous knife. If I have a safe Queen, this is it. This is a very, very special knife that doesn’t come out very often very, very gorgeous knife yeah. It’s it’s! It’s just absolutely gorgeous and I’m getting fingerprints all over and mucking it all up, but it’s just that those slanted bolsters on it very very nice, just a gorgeous gorgeous knife overall yeah that one stays that one stays kind of tucked away.

Yeah I was, I was pretty well blown away when I got that one, just a beautiful, beautiful knife, Coraline, that’s what it is. It’s white pearl coral on handle, so beautiful one. Second guys! Sorry! I couldn’t tell if my wife was home yet or not. Let’s see what else we have oh here we go this one Zacks in the house. What’s up buddy this one comes from my good buddy jr., another gorgeous gorgeous knife.

Oh man, that orange camel bone just Oh 43 want orange camel wound wow. That thing is just sexy: I’m usually not a big fan of orange, but that’s just sexy to me. Man she’s a gorgeous gorgeous knife overall and then I’m blinding you. This got that polished, bleed sweet knifed. Such awesome awesome people in this community. Let’s see what else I bought this one, I love the. I love the shield on that one case: doctor’s knife, American flag shield, nice little slender knife cut the cutting blade, got the pill.

Crusher pill, Smasher right there. That’s definitely nothing wrong with the camera. On that one Stuart, that’s all red and there’s the marble. Sowbelly Marshall gave me that one as well believe you gim me this is when the oh, you gave me this one, but it was this. The canoe and blue all at the same time, wasn’t it if I remember correctly well, that is true. That’s the crusher you’re right, Stuart, that’s the crusher part, but this marble cell belly.

I mean it’s a lot like the Roper knives, so Billy! So hey guys. Do me a favor, I will be right back like I said your topic for discussion, the. What did I say it was something between 1945 and 1960s. Just talk about between 1945 and 1919 60 be right back guys. Okay, I’m back I’m back. They go Stuart. There’s my sailor’s knife, I ran and got it there. You go sorry guys. I mean to do that to you. Yeah forget about forty five to six in nineteen sixty, I’m back.

I had to run downstairs that I needed to give you something to talk about. So he’s like, but there you go Stuart. That’s my maximum sailor’s knife. I mean it’s just a cheap little knife. There’s nothing, there’s absolutely nothing special about this knife, but it gets a lot of work. I put it through a lot ground it up. Did I wash my hands now I wash my hands, but I do have one sailors knife Stuart, that’s it so.

I know I should probably feel bad. Let’s see what else that’s are pretty. I like this guy, this cigar whittler another Rough Rider um. Oh, I can’t remember the model on this one shoot the model was it seen on here. Oh man, yeah you’ll have to. I do apologize guys, but remembering model numbers. I really really terrible at I my mind just doesn’t work, but I do like that. I do like that shape. What’s the ring, what ring Donny? Are you talking to me or somebody else? I got ta catch up here.

We didn’t even get to my birthday man, I’m missing something. What ship did I serve? One is that is that question. For me, Thomas, oh, that you trying to let that well this you can use it for splicing. You can use it for splicing rope yeah! That’s what I use it for splicing rope! Oh well! You know what this knife actually didn’t serve on a ship. I actually got this one after I got out of the Navy yeah, but the ship’s I served on uh.

I served on the USS Philadelphia, the USS Augusta, the USS Pittsburgh, the USS Hyman G rickover, the USS Salt Lake City and the USS Nevada. Those are all the ships I served on, Thomas. Oh sorry, I had to get a drink after that. Well, that’s good! Oh! This was a gift from John over a grateful panic. This Rough Rider cotton sampler when he gave this to me. That was the first time I’d ever seen a cotton sampler blade believe it or not.

Well, thank you thomas. I greatly appreciate it. Your uncle was on Roosevelt. That’s cool cheeks pick a boat already hey that wasn’t me brother. That was the Navy. Sending me all over the place. I didn’t have a choice: yeah Jeff was a jet, was a marine la chaise and LHD. Sure yeah John give me that that buckshot bone I like the way that looks now the only the only issue with buckshot bone is you can get some uneven parts like right there on the pin.

You know where the pins go through just depends on one of those buck shots. Our butt feels good in hand. Good grip ability, oh yeah, when he sent that to me. That was the first time I’d ever seen the cotton sampler blade. So I thought that was really cool. I don’t believe so Rick. I don’t know anything about that. You and Chad yeah the monitor uh my mos uh. Well, it was submarine summer that sort of was our Killman.

I was a submarine sonar technician. No, I am NOT a red dragon, I’m a blue nose, the only one I am as a blue nose, I’m not a I’m, not a shell back, I’m not a golden dragon. I’m not! The only thing I got was blue nose and for result for those of you that don’t know being a blue nose just means I was across the Arctic Circle, so I have ringing in my ears a lot Stewart. I do yes, yes indeed, it was. You are correct.

That is correct. That was our gentlemen. Are you sho back yeah? That’s cool this starter to get into the traditional knives me personally, my opinion. Rick. If you want pretty good, I mean pretty decent quality and the not expensive price. Any Rough Rider is a really good choice: they’re inexpensive they’re they’re, pretty solid. You know I mean it’s, it’s really hard to beat a good good Rough Rider knife to get into the game.

If that’s you know, if you’re looking to start with traditional, I mean here again and I don’t know Marshall – I mean, throw your opinion out there, but I mean but Kay sells ease. You know, they’re ten bucks, but they’re. You know. If you get there buy one, get one they’re, five bucks apiece, not a bad start, but I mean for overall quality. You know overall quality at a really good price. I mean you can get some really really really nice Rough Rider knives for fifteen bucks.

I mean seriously, I mean I’ve got, let’s see all the Rough Riders. I mean this little canoe, it’s a rough rider. The cigar whittler is a rough rider. This large, lock blade sod-buster, is a Rough Rider. This is this is the r3 r4 304, but it’s a lock well that one can’t be in there it’s a long plate. What is that doing there? I got thrown out nevermind, but no seriously, it’s a good knife. Uh Barlow’s are good patterns for sure you know.

That’s I do like the Barlow pattern and I don’t have any. Let’s see alright. This is a rough rider if you want a hawk bill that big ol knife, good pruning knife hoc bills are what I mean yeah truthfully, the Rough Riders, probably the way to go. To be perfectly honest with you, my favorite sod-buster, oh dang, oh you’re, going to put me on the spot. Um trappers are good knives to start with. You know.

Two blades trappers are a good place to go good place to start my favourite sod-buster, though oh man I’m going to go with in my collection, cuz. That’s what I have to oh dude man, oh man, it is really hard because I I mean it seriously, and I mean these are two complete sides of the spectrum. This is budget. This is not budget put them again, the bull nose, God they mean they’re, not too bad. I mean it’s a GE, see they so for what is it right? Around 70 bucks? I don’t remember, but in this one this SOG Buster junior, hawk, really loved.

The looks of this knife – that’s a really hard question buddy. That is really I mean if I really really really had to pick. My favorite sod-buster would probably be the bull nose for everything all around use. Dirt sturdiness, but I mean that saw Buster jr. Yeah. That’s just a pretty knife. I love that just a pretty pretty knife wait. This is budget too. You can’t go wrong with that thing. I’m telling you budget wise all day long all day, long budget, wise why’d, you pull nose, make you cry.

Oh I’d love to check that out of those art. I don’t have any really good nice Thor’s around I mean we have Cabela’s and we have well the closest one we have is Sportsman’s Warehouse, Sportsman’s Warehouse yeah. They got some all right knives, but it’s yeah. You know the blade recon spy. Oh, that sucks, hey VH, is here sweet. Did you have blade play in your Bushmaster? I mean yeah. I guess there’s a little I do.

I do have a little in mine, not too bad. That’s, okay! Buddy! I’m glad you hear me H, glad you made it. Let’s see, BH has lent me some really cool slip-joint to check out. It was a matter of fact. It was like. I said it was his bow buster that I reviewed. Let’s see what, if I reviewed of yours, BH, whether you’re 44, with a 44 to 38, both yours from GE, see that I reviewed yeah, yeah yeah. Those are great knives that gunstock.

I love the gun stock, Oh and the badge the bullet badge statuses. That is an awesome, awesome knife, a terrific terrific knife. Oh let’s see here I know Guerra was talking about Imperials earlier here’s a little Imperial Ric if you’re still here I mean this – isn’t a this, isn’t a bad little guy again fairly budget-friendly. I don’t think it’s quite on par with the Rough Riders, but it’s not bad. I mean the fit and finish: is it isn’t too bad on it? I’m pretty yeah.

We got a little bit of got a little bit of skip there. So then again you know it is a budget knife. So it’s not going to be perfect but yeah. If you had to go, I Rough Riders the way to go [ Laughter ], so yours had a little bit of play in it all right Beach. What’s more important, quality er looks well, I mean the true I mean the real answer is obviously quality, but I mean I want a quality night, so it looks good.

You know. I mean there again, it’s wood, it’s nothing special, but for the price. Now you have to when I think when you say quality, I I there’s quality and then there’s value. Yes, you want a good knife, that’ll hold up, and I and to you know whatever you’re going to do with it, and I mean, if you take a look at woodlands, tactical wasn’t tacticals article of what he did to this knife, which is an upfront lean if — what he did to it and what it held up to that tells me it’s a quality knife.

I mean, I don’t know if you all will agree with me or disagree with me, but I mean if you buy this on a BOGO, it’s a five dollar knife and people are going to say well that five dollar knife is not a quality knife. Well, if I woodland tactical took this 5.9 beat the hell out of it and it held up. So you know what that’s a quality knife in my book, so you know there’s a lot of things too. There’s a lot of things when you, when you throw that out there, you know, because you know when you say quality knife people are automatically going to think you know GC or something like that, and they are.

They are quality knives for sure quality for value. I that is a that’s probably the best way to put it buddy quality for value and in in my book you know. Quality for value goes a long long way and I think it does for pretty much everybody. I think that’s pretty hard up yeah. I saw you post a picture of your 21 BH glad it made it to you. Okay, you have a nice little box of goodies. There. That’s awesome value equals best quality at lowest price yeah.

I mean exactly right, Marshall, that’s that’s the way to do it and I mean and trust me trust me. You know I say I got this knife at bud. Kay immediately, people are going to say it’s a piece of junk because I got it from bud Kay. Well, it’s not the case, that’s not the case at all. It’s not a piece of junk. Is it the absolutely best knife on the market? Absolutely not I’m not going to say that it is, but, as Marshall said, it’s an extreme value knife, exactly Marshall aka that could be zero.

Eight, eight zero. Eight five I mean that’s a ten dollar knife. You’re right, Thomas price does not guarantee quality and my example that I will give for that is SOG. I have such a love-hate relationship with SOG. They have a lot of knives that look great. I’m like man that knife looks awesome. I get it like man. This ain’t, so great, you know it’s, that’s Kuby is doing a lot better on their knives.

I will agree with that statement Rodney and if that’s the first time, I’ve seen you buddy sorry how you doing man, if I haven’t said hi to you already, I’m sorry. I haven’t, but coupie is doing some good things with knives yeah. Let’s see $ 10 Sheffield yeah yeah, crkt man. They are really baffling the the prices they charge for some of their knives and mean yeah. I don’t know, and that could be jet.

You know I’m just this, I’m speaking from my experience. You know, I see one I’m like my head, that looks cool and I get in like man’s kind of sucks. You know it looks just that. It’s that type of it’s oh yeah kumys, come a long way. Buck 112 yeah, nothing wrong. I love! I love buck. Dives private purchase on trades, huh, yeah, no love from CRKT. How would them yeah? You know. I’ve been hearing that a lot Marshall um hey Menace? How you doing buddy I’ve been hearing that about see Eric scare Katie tinkers are great little knives.

My buddy has one I don’t have one. My buddy has on it’s cool, um knife. Oh, let’s see somebody said song chiku this one there’s a Kiku. Anybody wants to buy a Kiku, I’m selling it I’ll, sell it to you cheap, it’s just too big for me that little does have a couple little discolorations on the handle, I’m not sure but yeah I mean it’s in great shape other than those two colorations discolorations On the handle but I’ll sell it to you cheap just too big for me, if you want to Kiku in a good price email me big, Randy DC at gmail.

Com, we’ll talk. Yes, I believe it did come on battle walks. Yet this one did yeah. It is a big knife, it’s I mean it’s okay, but it’s I don’t know it’s just not for me. No, it’s just um. It’s not me. Actually. This is probably one of the better so knives. I have honestly, but it’s just a little big hey. I love knives how you doing five bucks sold – hey Jerry, if you really want it. Email me or message me seriously.

550. Whole word it up anymore. Well, this is also a battle box knife. This Lordan field, that’s kind of the battle box brand. Now I’ve been wanting to review this knife and I really can’t find anything out about it. So that’s why it’s kind of out here we’ll call this the review. I mean I’m guessing it’s pretty, probably 440 stainless. I have no idea my karna handles, though I do like to my Carter, handles the little hawk bill.

I’ve got a little knife: oh yeah right bidding war for the Kiku, alright, so the rest of this time, you’re in a bidding war for the Kiku. Excuse me just place your bids in the comment section and when we’re over highest bid wins okay, there you go well yeah. I mean it’s a cool little knife, but I I can’t find anything out on it. So I’m guessing it’s 440 stainless micarta handles feels good. I like the way it feels cool little blade, not as dramatic Tenace dramatic is the hawk bills.

This thing that the blade difference in those two yeah daddy hawk bill and Junior Hawk bill. I guess on which one one which one junior oh the, except to eight Jim field – 825, oh yeah, what is the the fit and finish? Are you talking about on this one on the on the Lord of the field? It’s not bad the fit and finish on this Hawk bill. Isn’t bad at all. Really um! You got a little race spot there on the lock.

I don’t know how easy if you can see that it’s just got a slight race spot and it is a little sharp, but I mean in your normal day to day operation. Are you going to feel that? No, probably not no, not really at all I mean that’s a lock bag too. Why is that in there anyway? Yeah I mean the Fitness finish, something that’s not bad. It is a lock back, so I got ta throw it out of this section, but no it’s not bad, I’m better at all decent! Oh, oh blue-collar, just sweeten the deal 931 an old license plate what state? What states of light slices play from be blue-collar? That will definitely make a difference.

Yeah. It is kind of cool that lock back it’s all right. I mistakenly put it in there red Chris. Oh, he said red, Oh BCS. If it was a 1971, I I’d be down the 70 that was the year before. I was born yeah old, so Oh, Oh red, Ontario moped license plate yeah Bobby hurry, hum yeah ten, Oh sold ten dollars in a big ray Dec sticker sold, mm-hmm yeah Stuart was going in with that red moped license plate. Hey.

Do me a favor guys, hang on one second I’ll be right back one. Second, everybody that pretty much was one second. So no, no, no, not the bathroom, not the bathroom on a pre-op jackknife from her dad. That’s cool! Nothing goes wrong with 1970 bah. Nothing is wrong with 1970, but he said he had a 70 license plate if he had a 71 license plate mm-hmm. Now now, if you had a 72 license plate and it was connected to a 72 Chevelle, you win anyone – oh my god.

No, I do feel yeah, I’m with you Rick no 81. Oh, my goodness at least nobody here. Nobody, here’s going to say the 90s. I hope. Oh wait a minute. What about Woodland well done was born. You yeah, you’re, close. Aren’t you buddy. Do I collect license plates? No, not really Stewart. I really don’t. I do have a few from Nebraska old Nebraska license plate. I I do, but no, I really, I really don’t collect license plate 89 yeah.

That was the year I graduated high school, so yeah yeah. You just might be hey Craig, how you doing glad to have you man, 75 model, marshal streamline built for speed, yeah buddy, oh, that sucks James. Oh, Oh Donny’s, matching you with 89 89 s as far as we got as long as nobody says: 90. We’re good. Okay, come on now come on now come on. That’s funny! Oh yeah yeah! I always have to. I always have to subtract a year Stuart.

Let’s see 71 do the math yeah. I always have to do that hey! Well, then you got new Smarties. You got any smarty Andy, they say here a baby-boomer trick. He just ate some right on ha seriously. How many of those things do you have left it was? It was two two and a half come on bags. Wasn’t it it was five pounds total all right. Bcs go make a drink; he got a lot left right on. Isn’t that what it was, though, wasn’t it two two-and-a-half pound bags? It wasn’t two five-pound bags.

Was it for all of you, they don’t know. I did a giveaway and there was one of the brass works prize and the thing as Smarties came with it and when, when the drawing was done woodland – oh it was one five-pound bag. Okay, woodland was all bummed. He said the guy stole his stole his Smarties. So me being the while me being me, I went on Amazon and I borrowed a bottom, a five-pound bag of Smarties and sent it to him because I didn’t want his feelings to be hurt.

So the cat is beating the crap. Oh, your cat is getting the creek. Well let the poor cat in then. Is it your cat? There isn’t somebody else’s cat yeah I like Smarties to Donnie. But what does it’s been good he’s been good he’s been parceling him out. So that’s good. So, Oh blue collar mmm-hmm eisenhower, really Rick all right, uh-huh! No, don’t get JR started on the tequila. Oh yeah, do you started buddy, so I think as of right now, Thomas and Rick maybe have us yeah you by all means do a shot of tequila.

For me cuz, I can’t do it. Oh mmm-hmm nope, no tequila for this guy, so everybody’s drinking heavy. Well, not everybody we’re drinking we’re having a good time talking about knives. That’s awesome! I love it! No! No worm! Oh don’t do the worm. So, okay, Canadian, hmm yeah, it’s got ta, be Canadian whiskey, bourbon! That’s all right! Rodney you’re! Here now, yeah bah bah! You got a lot of the good beers over there.

Man, the haunts uh, the Mach you’re, probably drinking a mock right now. Aren’t you I, like Canadian Club, Thomas, a good Canadian Club, any Canadian risky real any Canadian corn mash that stuff’s that stuff’s harsh noon? I have drank some, but it’s harsh this one is that time: you’re talking about redneck, no! No, that is strictly for display purposes. Only no EDC in that one whatsoever. Oh, let’s see hey baby.

Oh, oh, oh Donny! You brought up old granddad, oh my goodness! Oh you had to Borg. Is that that’s right right Tuborg! Is that you pronounce it? Oh 7:00 a.M. Yeah, okay? Well, it’s a back pocket knife, yeah yeah, a back pack pocket nice. Maybe now I can’t do Danish. Okay can’t remember. I think I drank some of that when I was when I was in Norway. It really sounds familiar most the time when we were in Norway.

I drank mock, though, really like the mock beer Danny’s old inside. Oh no, you ain’t hurt! Oh my god, guys. Hmm man, you’re killing me demon Christmas. Oh no! I could never do Jager all right, so you guys want to hear a peppermint schnapps story. You want to hear the story why I can’t even come within sniffing different sniffing distance of a bottle of peppermint schnapps. So well, if you don’t want to hear it, I’m going to tell it to you anyway.

So a friend of mine – and I we were probably I don’t – know – 13 ish in that area. We were hanging out at our house and he my brother had a bottle of peppermint schnapps in the freezer. Well, he also kept his skull wintergreen in the freezer. So we grabbed a bottle of we grabbed the bottle. Peppermint schnapps and we grabbed a can of the skull wintergreen and we went up into the trees. Grew up out of the country went up in the trees behind my mom’s house and commenced to drinking peppermint, schnapps and dipping school wintergreen.

It did not go well, as you can imagine. I probably swallowed a little bit of both and then Oh horrible horrible horrible horrible. To this day I cannot even smell peppermint schnapps without just like. Oh yeah, yeah, that’s horrible Marshall. I agree it is horrible. I was uh, it was just a and it was funny here, a few years ago, my wife bath and Bodyworks, or something at Christmastime. You know she brought all the Christmas scented soaps and she put a peppermint soap in the bathroom and I was washing my hands.

You know – and I pushed the soap in my hand, and I got a woof to that. Peppermint snow soap immediately got queasy. I was immediately just like. I hope that is got to go so yeah, so yeah yeah was not a wise decision was not a wise decision. Marshall you know, but when you’re 13 you know everything right cool rough rough day, but anyway, as long as it’s not peppermint, I’m okay. As long as it’s not performing oh the whole block – oh my goodness yeah.

That seems like a wicked combination like though it and Copenhagen mmm-hmm yeah. That sounds like disaster man, oh man, good times. So how long have they been going? Oh man, a little over an hour, been doing this a little over an hour. Well guys, I think I’m going to go say howdy to the wife, real quick. She got home a little time ago, but first off how about let’s give away a swag pack. What do you think I’m not leaving yet not quite yet, let’s give away a big ready, DC swag pack.

What do you think you guys in alright? So, let’s see we’ll do a t-shirt. Oh, let’s see what else we got here. How about a couple of silicone wristbands and let’s see how about one sticker to Steiger how’s, that it looks like a pretty good slide pack? Does it all right, there’s the pack? What do I got ta do? How am I going to do this all right? There goes, I was waiting for Marshall to say, 157 um.

I know I can’t do that. What’s happening, I’m giving away a swag bag yeah. Where you been all right. Let me find something to write this on so y’all don’t know. So we all have an idea of how old I am. You have an idea how I am so there’s the winning answer. The winning answer is right. There it’s kind of in there so on the count of three actually right now nope, it’s not that low guess! What year my oldest son was born go the year.

My oldest son was born idiot, no 90, no 85, no, 93, no! 76, no! 86! No! 82. 82, any now I nope not yet 95. No, he says ever get the OL 1994 1994. Let me go back and verify that nobody got it before jet. Phil did great right on no looks like jet. Fuel was the first 1994 all right. Let’s take sure you are jet fuel, this blogs, favorite, color red. That’s this blogs, favorite color redraw, oh goodness, alright, alright Jeff feels every girl, don’t go anywhere.

Jeff you’ll sit redraw, don’t go anywhere! Hmm! Hmm! Let’s see! Okay, we’ll do this. What do this way? All right, are you ready the first person to say red hands all right here it is. I got another answer all right ready. The year my wife was born, go hang on, hang on, I wan na make sure I didn’t see it. No, no, not mm. Oh, no, there you go groan, Grom got it 69. Let me go back and let me go back and verify hold all your answers.

Hold all your answers. Hold all your answers. Yes, ROM! Yes seriously. It was the summer of 69 jet yep. So hey girl. Do me a favor: do me a favor shoot me your mailing address again just to make sure that I got it. I think I do but just shoot me an email, bigger, a TDC at gmail.Com and let me know your t-shirt size in the email, so yeah all right, buddy. So there you go guys thanks a lot hey. It worked tonight right on absolutely terrific, I’m so glad the Internet held out and it’s new, so yeah great thanks man glad you could join us.

Glen join the party, keep your eyes open, set it every Saturday, night, 10:00 p.M. Pacific Saturday Night Live Zak, you’re, terrible you’re, terrible Zak. Oh sorry, I didn’t show you the answer. There’s the answer it was 1969 see. I wrote it down. [ Laughter ]. You guys have an absolutely terrific Sunday enjoy the rest of your weekend, and I will see you all next Saturday. Those of you that have blogs I’ll be senior this week.

Probably talk reading your articles and all you guys. I greatly appreciate ya coming out and having some fun. So thanks, Stuart thanks for joining us. Take care guys have a great weekend I’ll see you next time. Bye, bye,


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You recently did a article of all the knives yeah a knife I’ve collected when you can see here I got. I have five knives. I’ve got a couple more at work. These are the ones I’ve at the house, since my wife won’t. Let me buy many guns, I figure i’ll start collecting knives, so I guess we’ll kind of go smallest to largest see that it works this little guy right here.

I believe it’s a crkt. This is what they call the Ichi guess it’s one of the guys they hired in saying is razor sharp, but the tip on it. It’s so fine that I’m afraid to use it for anything, I’m afraid it’s going to break. So this kind of just sits more drawer, clicked in a bit desk, but every once a while, when I’m pretty confident tips not going to break i’ll cut a package up or something because that tip I mean that sucker no effort at all cut through anything.

Alright, this guy right here this is another crkt. This is the first pocket knife that I ever bought. It cost more than probably about ten dollars. I think I got this off. The corn will tool guy that stops by the shop and a nice display this. This one isn’t an assisted opener, but it’s got that little flipper. You pull out your pocket hit the flipper it pops right open. This is got the Tonto edge, tanto tanto, where you want to call it this knife out of the box.

It’s pretty sharp, not really impressed not anywhere near as sharp as that Ichi right there, but this knife is a lot heavier duty for a good long time. This was the knife I carried everywhere. I went and I would have total confidence that this would do anything I needed to do so. These won’t open on the table. This one right here is my latest purchase. This is another crkt knife, oh by the way that this knife is a out of the m16 line from crkt, and this crkt knife, I believe, is called the igniter t.

This is a assisted opening and to open it doesn’t have a flipper and you can’t just push it open and see. If you guys can see this we’ve got, a new system was a frame lock. I guess it’s a liner lock down here, but then there’s a lock up high and when you push that button it unlocks the blade. You can even hear that click maybe. But I tried as hard as I could to get this thing open until you push that button and then just give it just a tiny bit of flip.

I sucker flips open in re. What sold me on this knife was those serrations. I tell ya those things are sharp. I was checking this knife out. I touched some. I thought I’d cut my finger open but just cut to lick the top layer of skin. I didn’t believe it all, but I was like wow that his way is open. I thought it was guess, that’s what you call a clip point. Okay, this knife is not ambidextrous because of that locking system at locks, it closed crkt night or tea, and this is now my everyday carry.

Imagine I’m not usually a famous variations, because that’s why that’s? Why I found this one? This was hard to find because all these m16 lines, all of them, had the serrations they’re, just the normal servations I don’t like, but when I saw these bad boys I was this. I was sold. Let’s see here this one has a Smith & Wesson, spec, ops, knife. This is an assistant opener. It’s got a safety, switch red ready to go, no red safe and see that little thumb stud right there.

That’s not a flipper, it’s actually a switch. You pull! That’s you push that switch down this way comes out. This is another tant, 0 edge for whatever reason eyes I seem to like that blade shape. It’s pretty neat. Looking knife, it’s got some wow well shipping up there. Isn’t that great, I guess on the frame. You’ve got that little flip. The switch stop your finger from Ryan over there’s some decent grip down here and actually this side of the frame.

Here, it’s like grip tape on a skateboard you’re, not slipping anywhere on that. On the other side, I was pleased to see that they didn’t put that grip tape on here, because when you put that in your pocket, man got where that grip tape would rip. That grip. Your pocket up in no time but um gets its molded into the grip, is decently grippy but, like I say, you’re right, hander we’re going to hold it like this on the grip tape, we’re going to hide her thumb when the stud.

This is a. I guess this was my favorite knife. I just got that igniter. This was my favorite one. It’s Kershaw, 10 million designed. I guess this is the cycle, and this is the large one. As you can see pretty big boy and this is assisted opener. It’s got the speed safe system. You can turn the assist on turn these just off. I like to leave it on hit the flipper, which comes out Knutson. It’s a wide blade, and this I was carrying this one for a while.

Let’s go up 30 got a couple of rust spots on the blade, but that’s just part of your normal maintenance keeping your knives clean, oiled. Well I’ll, just


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WE Gnar (say it out loud) Knife Review

This is a relatively new release from we it’s on the smaller side of their of their knives for sure, um, very interesting design, a very interesting name and which can take a quick look today, not a comprehensive review, there’s more of an slightly more in-depth overview. So let’s go ahead and get into some size comparisons, alright! So first up we have it against the Victorinox classic SD.

You can stay there. So although the SD is a very, very small knife, this isn’t that much bigger here. It is against the Spyderco little native, very, very similar in size about 3/4 of an inch on either side of that, and then we have it here against the Spyderco shaman, which is much much smaller than um. It’s probably directly in the middle between the shaman and the native honestly, so it’s probably the size of a regular native.

Let’s just guess I haven’t actually handled a regular-sized native, but yeah. So it’s it’s mid to small knife, alright, on to what I like about it. So first up is going to be either build quality. This knife is built very, very well. The machining is excellent on it. The materials used are excellent. It’s a titanium as 35 VN there’s, no, you know fit and finish issues. Everything that’s supposed to be flush is there’s nothing that sticks out or stabs into your hand or anything like that when you’re, just picking it up and holding it.

So, overall, it’s it’s a very, very well made knife, all the corners, rounded everything chamfered and it’s it’s just a nice knife. Overall, the blade is very nice as well um. You have a little bit of a harpoon there near the near the tip just to give it a bit of character, and it’s it’s really really well ground for your thumb. Behind the edge. I don’t have exact measurements with my calipers are broken, but it slices very well – and it also is very good at piercing cuts and it’s it’s a fairly small blade at sub 3 inches it’s around 2.

8 or so so very, very legal, very well ground, and it Cuts very well, my only gripe with the blade is it’s very reflective and, as you can see, it takes on scratches very very easily, but that that could just be this one here. The action on it is very good as well. These thumb studs are very, very nice to use they’re just standard thumb, studs, maybe a little bit wider than most, but the action on the knife is excellent.

I’ve had no missed deploys with this at all the thumb studs don’t dig in, they don’t hurt your finger and because these scales have this kind of cut out of this groove on both sides, you can Spidey flick it very easily if you prefer to do it. That way or if you’re left-handed, you can come in from that side, although the framelit part might be a challenge for you, the clip is also very good. This is probably my favorite part of the knife.

The clip is extremely low profile. It’s still a milled clip. You still get that that little bit of spring, but very attention a very nice flowing design. It also has this very cool little logo here the maker’s mark on the clip. This is probably one of my favorite clip logos. It’s it’s! You know it doesn’t stick out. It’s not give CRKT or anything just winding your way down the clip, it’s a bit more subtle than say like the Spyderco spider logo, but it’s just an interesting design.

It’s very geometric! I, like it a lot and the clip works very well with slides in and out of the pocket very very easily. I haven’t had any issues getting it over a thicker material like jeans or anything like that um. But if it’s a very, very thick pant, you might have an issue getting over that just because the clearance isn’t super super high. I mentioned the milling earlier on the scales and what that does is it’s like a it’s like a diamond pattern, milling, I’m very, very nice.

It looks like it is much more aggressive than it actually is. It actually offers just a nice texturing. I mean it’s not aggressive at all. It just kind of gives you a bit more grip. It’s not going to mess up your pockets or anything like that. It’s it’s nowhere near textured is just say our regular g10 or something like that um, but it isn’t nearly as slippery as a radio titanium either. It’s a nice in-between, probably one of my favorite textures on titanium that I’ve held before I’m just in hand like feel wise.

It’s very very nice. They also did an excellent job with the back spacer. It is a almost full length back spacer and one really nice touch, because this knife has really good blade to handle ratio compared to some. They actually brought the back spacer down so that you can’t poke yourself with the end of the blade. So the back spacer goes all the way around and again it’s perfectly flush, there’s no chance of you cutting yourself at the blade or anything like that, and it kind of reduces the chance of you getting debris in there from your pocket.

Anyway, I really like full length and semi full inch back spacers, probably my favorite full details on knives. That makers can do the lock bar relief is also really really interesting. So normally you get like kind of just a weird cut out kind of Kerala paisans. It’s just a massive. You know: yeah got out of there on this. They do something a bit more hesitate, say artsy, I’m a bit more in line with the design.

I think they just did three cuts there. It it just flows a little bit better than there’s. No issue with a lot more attention at all on this knife: I’m I’m not a big fan of the actual, lock bar itself, but we’ll get that later, but those cutouts look really really nice and I really like the way they flow into the design. I actually didn’t notice them until I was sitting there handling that I’m really looking for stuff, so they they don’t interrupt the design at all.

I think they look very very in place, and last thing here is going to be the branding I’m. So I mentioned the logo on the clip and the only other logo and this whole knife is the we logo right there on the pivot, there’s nothing on the blade at all, nothing on the spine in the front, you know the known places people hide stuff, the Branding is just excellent on this knife. It’s very minimal and I like it a lot.

Let’s go ahead and go into what on neutral towards only a few things here, I’m first steps going to be the lock bar. I mentioned. I really like the relief cut on lock bar and I do it’s very visually interesting, but the lock bar it’s self. It has a very, very slender cut out here. You might be able to see it. I’m too kind of help. You get your finger in there, but it’s just it’s a pain for me. I don’t.

I don’t like it very much it’s just too narrow for my finger, I’m so the lock bars it’s not bad. It could be worse for sure. But for me it’s for me. It’s bad for most people. I think it’s going to be just fine. It’s just a little slim a little bit hard to get in there, but it does work just find. A lot of our tension is dialed in very, very well, but that very slim little section for me to get my thumb is a little irritating.

The other thing is, I mentioned the pivot on the weap branded pivot. On this side, is you know it’s flush? It’s you know it’s dead ago, it’s it’s! It is what it is, that’s kind of what we does all their knives and it’s fine. It doesn’t stick out too bad. It almost matches up kind of a lock bar cutout. So it’s it’s fine, but this side over here is not flush um. You can see it does jet out there and I don’t know why they did that.

I’m not a big fan of it. It doesn’t interfere with. You know the pocket clip or anything silly like that, it’s just a minor, annoyance um. I wish they had made that flush as well, but you know it is what it is. Last things going to be the price, so these knives are a little bit high for what you get. I don’t think they’re insane they’re 227. So for 227 dollars you get as 35 VN and titanium. Normally, I would say, that’s a little high, but you have to consider all this milling that was done on these handles and that you know semi fallings, back spacer, they’re, milled clip you know it’s.

You can see where your money’s gone. I think if this knife came in somewhere around like 175 or so um, it would look much much better yeah price-wise, but this isn’t bad. You know I’ve seen more expensive knives with lesser materials and much less milling. You know for for a lot more money, so this is actually really nice. It’s well finished and the materials are pretty good and they’re. Not the price is an outrageous.

It’s a little irritating 230 bucks for what, in my eyes, is kind of mediocre, and I forget it that in the conclusion just a little bit high, let’s go ahead and go on to what I dislike about it all right. So here are my big gripes about the knife. So far, I’ve mentioned that it’s very well made the blade works very well, it’s very well ground. The shape is interesting. The design overall is is a very interesting little design.

It’s it just doesn’t work for me this. It’s just too small. I normally like something a bit more girthy a bit longer in the hand, and this just this doesn’t do it. For me they say it’s not the size of the bow, but if I were in this one I would I would drown I’m I can only get a three finger grip on it. There’s a very little space for my fourth finger just enough to piss me off, because I can’t I can feel it there, but I can’t get a good grip on it and I don’t know.

I think this a knife would have done very, very well with a finger choil. I think that would have made it a little bit a little bit more usable for me, but it’s just it’s just too hard for me to get a grip on and again it’s very well made. The action is rock-solid. It’s not. You know a flaccid flipper. It’s not kind of just wiggling out there. It’s it’s really really nice. It’s very smooth, everything’s done very well, but I ergonomics don’t work for me.

It’s just too short. It’s not chunky enough! It’s not thick enough! I just don’t get any pleasure from this at all. You know in the hand, what’s going on to the conclusion alright. So, in conclusion, the ween R is an interesting little knife, that’s just too small for for me personally, if you really like smaller knives, if you think you can get a you know a comfortable grip on this, you know check it out, especially if you can pick One up used – I don’t normally advocate that, but these knives on secondary market are so soft and squishy price-wise that it’s it’s insane.

You could probably pick one up for like 150 bucks, realistically, maybe 170 or so, which is a much much better price. So if you don’t mind a knife that may just you know be a little too limp for your hand. This is a good place to go. It’s it’s very well made. The design is interesting, it curves just a little bit. You know a little upward, which you know some knives do that it just really depends.

I’ve seen them all different ways, but that little bit of curve there might be really ergonomic for you. I think they could take a few handle cues from fair and Forge as far as how to properly design a handle. They really really fits. You know in a hand, but this isn’t. This isn’t bad. I just wish it were bigger, girthier, chunkier and a little bit more natural feeling in the hand, but that’s going to be it for today, guys um.

If you have any questions about this knife or anything else, just let me know down in the comments I’ll try to do my best to answer them, and I hope you all have a good day. Thanks guys, bye,


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Survivor Kid TV Presents… DIY Throwing Axe / Hatchet / Tomohawk

What you see here is a so not enterprises multi-use hatchet with rubberized handle. I bought it at Fleet Farm for only $ 4 prices online for throwing hatchets range from seven dollars to hundreds of dollars. Unfortunately, the inexpensive ones have really bad reviews. In addition, the inexpensive ones are really light which makes them really hard to throw by taking this one and cutting off the pry bar, I was able to make a nice throwing hatchet.

As you can see, this hatchet was over a pound. I made myself a target out of 4×4 posts, let’s go outside and see if I can stick one if you have it inexpensive, throwing hatchet please like share and subscribe, and I will see you in the next article


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WE Gnar (say it out loud) Knife Review

This is a relatively new release from we it’s on the smaller side of their of their knives for sure, um, very interesting design, a very interesting name and which can take a quick look today, not a comprehensive review, there’s more of an slightly more in-depth overview. So let’s go ahead and get into some size comparisons, alright! So first up we have it against the Victorinox classic SD.

You can stay there. So although the SD is a very, very small knife, this isn’t that much bigger here. It is against the Spyderco little native, very, very similar in size about 3/4 of an inch on either side of that, and then we have it here against the Spyderco shaman, which is much much smaller than um. It’s probably directly in the middle between the shaman and the native honestly, so it’s probably the size of a regular native.

Let’s just guess I haven’t actually handled a regular-sized native, but yeah. So it’s it’s mid to small knife, alright, on to what I like about it. So first up is going to be either build quality. This knife is built very, very well. The machining is excellent on it. The materials used are excellent. It’s a titanium as 35 VN there’s, no, you know fit and finish issues. Everything that’s supposed to be flush is there’s nothing that sticks out or stabs into your hand or anything like that when you’re, just picking it up and holding it.

So, overall, it’s it’s a very, very well made knife, all the corners, rounded everything chamfered and it’s it’s just a nice knife. Overall, the blade is very nice as well um. You have a little bit of a harpoon there near the near the tip just to give it a bit of character, and it’s it’s really really well ground for your thumb. Behind the edge. I don’t have exact measurements with my calipers are broken, but it slices very well – and it also is very good at piercing cuts and it’s it’s a fairly small blade at sub 3 inches it’s around 2.

8 or so so very, very legal, very well ground, and it Cuts very well, my only gripe with the blade is it’s very reflective and, as you can see, it takes on scratches very very easily, but that that could just be this one here. The action on it is very good as well. These thumb studs are very, very nice to use they’re just standard thumb, studs, maybe a little bit wider than most, but the action on the knife is excellent.

I’ve had no missed deploys with this at all the thumb studs don’t dig in, they don’t hurt your finger and because these scales have this kind of cut out of this groove on both sides, you can Spidey flick it very easily if you prefer to do it. That way or if you’re left-handed, you can come in from that side, although the framelit part might be a challenge for you, the clip is also very good. This is probably my favorite part of the knife.

The clip is extremely low profile. It’s still a milled clip. You still get that that little bit of spring, but very attention a very nice flowing design. It also has this very cool little logo here the maker’s mark on the clip. This is probably one of my favorite clip logos. It’s it’s! You know it doesn’t stick out. It’s not give CRKT or anything just winding your way down the clip, it’s a bit more subtle than say like the Spyderco spider logo, but it’s just an interesting design.

It’s very geometric! I, like it a lot and the clip works very well with slides in and out of the pocket very very easily. I haven’t had any issues getting it over a thicker material like jeans or anything like that um. But if it’s a very, very thick pant, you might have an issue getting over that just because the clearance isn’t super super high. I mentioned the milling earlier on the scales and what that does is it’s like a it’s like a diamond pattern, milling, I’m very, very nice.

It looks like it is much more aggressive than it actually is. It actually offers just a nice texturing. I mean it’s not aggressive at all. It just kind of gives you a bit more grip. It’s not going to mess up your pockets or anything like that. It’s it’s nowhere near textured is just say our regular g10 or something like that um, but it isn’t nearly as slippery as a radio titanium either. It’s a nice in-between, probably one of my favorite textures on titanium that I’ve held before I’m just in hand like feel wise.

It’s very very nice. They also did an excellent job with the back spacer. It is a almost full length back spacer and one really nice touch, because this knife has really good blade to handle ratio compared to some. They actually brought the back spacer down so that you can’t poke yourself with the end of the blade. So the back spacer goes all the way around and again it’s perfectly flush, there’s no chance of you cutting yourself at the blade or anything like that, and it kind of reduces the chance of you getting debris in there from your pocket.

Anyway, I really like full length and semi full inch back spacers, probably my favorite full details on knives. That makers can do the lock bar relief is also really really interesting. So normally you get like kind of just a weird cut out kind of Kerala paisans. It’s just a massive. You know: yeah got out of there on this. They do something a bit more hesitate, say artsy, I’m a bit more in line with the design.

I think they just did three cuts there. It it just flows a little bit better than there’s. No issue with a lot more attention at all on this knife: I’m I’m not a big fan of the actual, lock bar itself, but we’ll get that later, but those cutouts look really really nice and I really like the way they flow into the design. I actually didn’t notice them until I was sitting there handling that I’m really looking for stuff, so they they don’t interrupt the design at all.

I think they look very very in place, and last thing here is going to be the branding I’m. So I mentioned the logo on the clip and the only other logo and this whole knife is the we logo right there on the pivot, there’s nothing on the blade at all, nothing on the spine in the front, you know the known places people hide stuff, the Branding is just excellent on this knife. It’s very minimal and I like it a lot.

Let’s go ahead and go into what on neutral towards only a few things here, I’m first steps going to be the lock bar. I mentioned. I really like the relief cut on lock bar and I do it’s very visually interesting, but the lock bar it’s self. It has a very, very slender cut out here. You might be able to see it. I’m too kind of help. You get your finger in there, but it’s just it’s a pain for me. I don’t.

I don’t like it very much it’s just too narrow for my finger, I’m so the lock bars it’s not bad. It could be worse for sure. But for me it’s for me. It’s bad for most people. I think it’s going to be just fine. It’s just a little slim a little bit hard to get in there, but it does work just find. A lot of our tension is dialed in very, very well, but that very slim little section for me to get my thumb is a little irritating.

The other thing is, I mentioned the pivot on the weap branded pivot. On this side, is you know it’s flush? It’s you know it’s dead ago, it’s it’s! It is what it is, that’s kind of what we does all their knives and it’s fine. It doesn’t stick out too bad. It almost matches up kind of a lock bar cutout. So it’s it’s fine, but this side over here is not flush um. You can see it does jet out there and I don’t know why they did that.

I’m not a big fan of it. It doesn’t interfere with. You know the pocket clip or anything silly like that, it’s just a minor, annoyance um. I wish they had made that flush as well, but you know it is what it is. Last things going to be the price, so these knives are a little bit high for what you get. I don’t think they’re insane they’re 227. So for 227 dollars you get as 35 VN and titanium. Normally, I would say, that’s a little high, but you have to consider all this milling that was done on these handles and that you know semi fallings, back spacer, they’re, milled clip you know it’s.

You can see where your money’s gone. I think if this knife came in somewhere around like 175 or so um, it would look much much better yeah price-wise, but this isn’t bad. You know I’ve seen more expensive knives with lesser materials and much less milling. You know for for a lot more money, so this is actually really nice. It’s well finished and the materials are pretty good and they’re. Not the price is an outrageous.

It’s a little irritating 230 bucks for what, in my eyes, is kind of mediocre, and I forget it that in the conclusion just a little bit high, let’s go ahead and go on to what I dislike about it all right. So here are my big gripes about the knife. So far, I’ve mentioned that it’s very well made the blade works very well, it’s very well ground. The shape is interesting. The design overall is is a very interesting little design.

It’s it just doesn’t work for me this. It’s just too small. I normally like something a bit more girthy a bit longer in the hand, and this just this doesn’t do it. For me they say it’s not the size of the bow, but if I were in this one I would I would drown I’m I can only get a three finger grip on it. There’s a very little space for my fourth finger just enough to piss me off, because I can’t I can feel it there, but I can’t get a good grip on it and I don’t know.

I think this a knife would have done very, very well with a finger choil. I think that would have made it a little bit a little bit more usable for me, but it’s just it’s just too hard for me to get a grip on and again it’s very well made. The action is rock-solid. It’s not. You know a flaccid flipper. It’s not kind of just wiggling out there. It’s it’s really really nice. It’s very smooth, everything’s done very well, but I ergonomics don’t work for me.

It’s just too short. It’s not chunky enough! It’s not thick enough! I just don’t get any pleasure from this at all. You know in the hand, what’s going on to the conclusion alright. So, in conclusion, the ween R is an interesting little knife, that’s just too small for for me personally, if you really like smaller knives, if you think you can get a you know a comfortable grip on this, you know check it out, especially if you can pick One up used – I don’t normally advocate that, but these knives on secondary market are so soft and squishy price-wise that it’s it’s insane.

You could probably pick one up for like 150 bucks, realistically, maybe 170 or so, which is a much much better price. So if you don’t mind a knife that may just you know be a little too limp for your hand. This is a good place to go. It’s it’s very well made. The design is interesting, it curves just a little bit. You know a little upward, which you know some knives do that it just really depends.

I’ve seen them all different ways, but that little bit of curve there might be really ergonomic for you. I think they could take a few handle cues from fair and Forge as far as how to properly design a handle. They really really fits. You know in a hand, but this isn’t. This isn’t bad. I just wish it were bigger, girthier, chunkier and a little bit more natural feeling in the hand, but that’s going to be it for today, guys um.

If you have any questions about this knife or anything else, just let me know down in the comments I’ll try to do my best to answer them, and I hope you all have a good day. Thanks guys, bye,


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Curly Maple Chef’s Knives: Xmas For The Brothers and Sisters

I work on. These are Destined to be gifts eventually, I wanted them to all be similar because they’re Going to be for family members, I wanted them to have the same look to them, but I Also wanted to have a little bit of differentiation between them.

So I’m going to make the majority of the handles out of this curly maple and then I’ll be adding exotic hardwood segments, I cut them all to length and then I am Putting a diagonal cut in there, so I can insert the hardwood. I marked them so They would all be in a similar spot, but it’s really not critical of these are Exact because it’s not a set, I just wanted them to look similar. The accent Pieces are going to be red heart wenge, black palm and Osage orange.

I took Those pieces over to the belt sander since I cut them on the table, saw they Weren’t completely flat on that one edge I was holding in my hands. There’s a Little bit of movement – and I wanted this joint to be very tight because you’ll be Able to see in the finish scale pretty easily if there’s any gaps since they’re Such thin pieces also just for the glue bond. I wanted that strength. There Making a laminate out of some veneers – and this is going to serve a couple of Different purposes, the first is purely aesthetic I like to have a little bit of Pinstripe between the species of wood, also, since these are going to be Multiple pieces, I wanted to have something tying them together on the Back between the handle and the top of the scale, the way I oriented the grains Of this, wood is going to give them some extra strength, so there are ninety Degrees to each other, then that glued onto the back of the maple and the other Woods and there’s going to give more stability, while I’m working with it and Then hopefully, when it’s ultimately on the knife, it will too I slipped that Plastic wrap in there so that the pieces of veneer don’t stick to each other.

When the glue bleeds through when they’re clamped, while those are drying, I Turned my attention over to the pins that are going to go through the scales, I’m Using brass tube and I’m making a mosaic pin for these they’re going to be 4 Knives, so I’m cutting four sections of this brass tube. The way I make them, I Have to make them relatively short, because the epoxy won’t squirt reliably All the way, through, even with this length, there was a few little gaps.

I had to fill in after the pins were done for this. I’m Using TIG welding wire with the size of the brass tubes, these happen to Fit perfectly in there with three: it was a tight fit, so they weren’t going to wiggle Off center, when I started gluing them up, and it’s also going to have a nice Contrast between the black epoxy, the yellowish brass and then that White steel, With everything cut to size, I could start mixing up the epoxy.

This Is a five minute epoxy and get it at any hardware store the pigment I always use. Is it’s cheap? It’s readily available. You get it off. Ebay, they’re little baggies! Of pearl powder, like you, would add, to automotive paint, I use a syringe and Take the needle off and then you basically get some of that on the little Pieces of TIG wire and then you can squirt it in through both ends and when It starts coming out the other end.

You know that you’ve kind of pushed all the Air out of the system, the other thing I’ve heard of people using for the dye Is just Rit dye powder? It’s like a fabric dye have a try to myself, but Anything the colors, the epoxy, should work coming back to the scales you can See that those veneers that I had I cut up into small pieces, this I’m putting in Between the parts in between the hardwoods and the curly maple, I use Contrasting woods for those sheets of veneer, so you’ll kind of get a two Pinstripe effect and then I put the lighter parts into the darker wood in The darker parts out next to the maple, so to really pop a little bit more.

I put The pieces of wood on both sides of the veneer that way I could get more even Pressure and really get clamped on there well, when those had dried for a little Bit it was time to glue them into the the maple. I did this in two steps: Whenever you start getting these angles in there, it makes gluing them up a Little bit tricky, you can’t put a whole lot of pressure on them. Otherwise, They’ll tend to slide off, so it’s kind of a balance between getting just enough So that they stick together and not enough, so the glue joints weak, you can Get them to just stick together with the pressure of the glue, but I noticed some Of the ones I did that on especially on the second part, I couldn’t Get them to not slide, there’s a couple that kind of delaminated a little bit That I had to glue back together when I cut him in half and I’m wondering if Those weren’t, the ones that I didn’t clamp the other kind of funny thing that Those angles did was to the eye.

It was hard to make sure that the two pieces of The maple are parallel if they didn’t slide off relative to each other and Since these weren’t a whole lot wider than what I needed them to be in the Final product, I did need them to be pretty spot-on on there. I started Clamping them together and then sticking them on that flat piece. Of wood that way, I just maintained that as much thickness As I could to we get us work, it was some relatively tight tolerances.

I had Some extra to play with, but not a whole lot for a lot of things. I’m a Harbor Freight fanboy, but I would not buy a cordless drill from them. The batteries do Not hold a charge overnight. What I’m trying to do here is the pins had a Little bit of epoxy on the outside, just for me handling them. I needed to Get them back down to round and back down to the size they were before so They fit into the holes in the knives, so I’m taking it and just Chucking it up in the drill and running some sandpaper over it.

At this point, the Final dimensions are starting to get dialed in on the knife scale, so I am Making a template on the knife blank and it was really important where those Holes fell in relation to that diagonal stripe if they weren’t centered on it or If they were off, I thought it would really look funny in the final knife. So I was taking a lot of care to position those exactly where I wanted them and Then I’m trimming off the top part of the blank there on the table saw before I put the veneer backing on these.

I wanted to make sure that they were Really straight after that last cut, so I’m going back on there. I marked over With some pencil and then I can set them on their flat and whenever all the Pencil marks are gone. I know that I’ve hit all the regions that they’re all Level, for that part, that’s going to hit up against the knife. This was one of Those design changes that made it a little bit harder, but I think it was Worth in the finished product, the hard wood caps I’m putting on here, I would Have done it while the two sides were together, But I didn’t really know until I saw it with just the maple all the way up.

The Night, if I didn’t didn’t really like it, so I came back and trimmed them and put The caps on so at this point I’ve gone back and I have ground them flat on the Back a final time, this veneer is actually the second time I had to do. That I had some adhesion problems with the first one, where I didn’t get quite Enough glue in the joints, so the pieces of veneer were separating anyway. It went Back, I got those corrected and I’m using this tape.

In-Between and again, it’s just The same reason I used that plastic wrap the first time was that way, these aren’t Going to stick together, the veneer is thin enough that if you put enough glue In the joint it will bleed through and just that enough, that bleed through is Going to make it really hard to get them unstuck, after that, it was just a matter. Of letting them dry it till the next step here, I’m making a final set of tape.

Templates since the scales are at this point basically finished other than Their final shaping I’m doing a little bit different. This time. I thought I Would save some time by getting these scales to the exact right size before I Glued them on the knives. I thought this was going to save me some time, because when You put them on the knife and then shape them. You never to get scuffs on the Spine of the knife that you have to polish out trying to avoid that.

I think I took one step forward and two steps back, because I ended up having to shape Them anyway, I just couldn’t give them lined up exactly properly when you shape Them on the knife: it takes away all of the wood right down to the steel, a Little bit the steel too, but it makes that fit really precise. At this point, it’s Time to attach them on to the knife and start making the holes for the pins to Go through I’m using just regular Brad point wood drill bit, but I’m making sure That it’s pressed up tightly against the backing plate because I’ve had a lot of Instances where I’m coming and the scales are basically completely done.

And then I bust, through them, with the drill Bit and blow out a bunch of grain on the back, so you really don’t want that to Happen so I’m taking all the precautions I can against it after I have the one Side done, I flip it over position it and then I’m putting the pins all the way. Through that way, they’re going to be in their final And this is another thing where, if I shaped them, when they’re already on the Knife I can just glue one side down and drill through and then glue the other Side down the pins go right in, I don’t have to mess with having them in there.

Anyway, so I put the pins through and then I’m marking around the edge Figuring out where I want the top of that to be, and I’m going to take it over To the belt sander to get those exactly where they need to be, since there was Quite a bit of that extra hardwood on the very top I didn’t use the belt Sander to get the tops, even I came and used a handsaw just to get the Majority of the material cut off so I could shape them, so it was kind of Interesting and doing four of these at the same time, usually I don’t do any production runs of anything, so I’m always just doing a one-off and it’s Just kind of a fun creative thing, but when you start doing the same thing and Even just four times over, you start seeing the little tricks and you just do.

Each one a little bit better and you can really progress with your skills on on Whatever you’re doing in a way, you can’t when you’re just doing one at a time, The other thing I really noticed was how much time it takes to move from tool to tool And step to step when you’re just doing one, I didn’t really think about it. That Much but you know you’re spending a lot of time getting stuff out putting stuff Away we’re in this one: it’s you get it out, you do it four times and then you Can move on to the next part? At this point, I still think that I’m getting These scales precisely finished before I glue them on the knife, so I’m going Through getting them to the final thickness, no matter how you do it, you Have to do this top part and get it finished before you glue it down on the Knife, I clamp the two pieces together that way they would be exactly the same.

Heading back to these pins, I’m just using a dremel to cut them off to size. Each pin had a knife’s worth so three pieces trim them down. You can Ready to stick in there using the same kind of five minute, epoxy that I was Using for the inside of the pins, this time, of course, is not colored, but going Through getting a little bit on the pins a little bit on the back of the scale, Then glue down since they’re shaped pretty closely I can do both sides at once, but it mixed up only enough epoxy for one of these at A time I definitely couldn’t have gotten through all of these in five minutes and The stress factor would have gone way up if I was trying to move that quickly.

So Figure is better to just give myself a little bit of extra time and just mix up Enough for one or two at a time, the final one with the Wenge insert It definitely would have tripped me up and made the epoxy set up too quick. It wasn’t fitting quite right: the holes had gotten a little bit misaligned when I was drilling him, so I end up having to hammer them on and there was a little bit Of a crescent on the bottom of one of the holes, I filled that in with epoxy Just because Lowell was a little bit too big on one side, so I could make it fit.

Through all the way with all of them, I made sure to get as much the epoxy off Beforehand as possible, before it cured here, I’m setting up to grind the pins Flush with the handle I like to let this stuff sit overnight, because you build up A lot of heat, even if you’re careful to switch around the five-minute epoxy, will Feel like it’s set, but it’s not quite fully cured. You can blow it out and make The pins start moving if you get too much heat in there so better to let it Sit for a while this is what I was trying to avoid when I made those scales The right size – and I just couldn’t get the fitment quite right, so I came back And I end up having to grind the back of the knife down a little bit to make him Exactly flush, I was coming up on my Christmas deadline.

This is actually a night or two before so I needed a finish that was going to work. And it was going to work on the first time whenever I need that I always go to a Wipe on poly the film thickness isn’t really thick But since these are going to be chefs, knives are going to be getting wet, getting Water on them, so I wanted something that had a physical barrier between the user. And the wood on the knife so yeah wipe this on.

I sanded between coats, just a Little bit with a high grit sandpaper, I did about three or four coats on there. And let them dry in order. We have the red heart. First, the Osage orange Which is a really cool, curly piece of wood, the black palm, which I thought Turned out really beautifully and then finally in the wenge, these are some Really satisfying ones to make the curly maple really popped, and you can really See the grain the pins turned out really well in the Past I’ve had issues with the parts on the inside being a little bit.

Off-Center But with how those fitted there, they just fit it in perfect doing these over I think I would have tried to put a piece of the pinstripe between the Hardwood cap and the maple body, it was just a little bit too finicky for me to Try to take on with them already split down the middle, but a little detail in The end and I really like how they turned out, I wanted to thank you guys, For taking the time out your day to read my article, I do really appreciate it.

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Red Dead VS. – Legendary Wolf

Series so today we’re going to be trying to tackle the legendary wolf and is going to be interesting. I believe he’s up here, bingo yep up here, so we’re going to be tackling this big boy yeah. So it’s going to be knife versus big boy. I’m here to see. If I could out maneuver him, I will so let me explain: the rules are arriving there.

So my knife versus series I’m going to try to kill you know a specific animal that would not be the game mmm, it’s mostly bugs and legendre animals, but you know I might do other animals wants me. Don’t let your animals in essence, I have to kill the animal. Wouldn’t I pretty much, but I am allowed to use certain buffs since I’m at a technical weapon disadvantage. So I think he’s like health buffs things like that.

So I’m going to kinda, you know get myself really buffed up really roided-up in preparation. For you know the fight there should be a lot of fun. You know, I don’t see a lot of people try and a challenge like this per se, but you know I the other day you know with bright day Redemption. There’s there’s a lot of flexibility herbs on how you can actually do things and a lot of people where they want to be.

You know get legendary pellets and you know the game and get like you know, go a star in all the missions, and you know like followed a normal hat of achieving or you know, completed that assignment or task within red dead. I am going to lean more towards doing that in the uncommon sense, with my bad John. Well, originally a bad art. This is my badge on, but a beard played out, so my bad John will be doing that job with a beer is going to be doing.

Uh, you know these knife versus challenge as well as we have the fists of fury challenge, we’re kind of legendary animals with nothing but my actual fists. If it’s at all possible to do that, so the I will have multiple tries or I don’t have multiple tries or both by knife versus as those my fists of fury challenge and only because out at least one. You know, I think at least give us some three tries and if I can’t kill the animal in three tries, reassess and see if there’s another way for me to possibly kill animal with a knife.

If not, then I guess it’s not doable all right, maybe not. Three tries – maybe I tried more than three times, because I do think that you know the animals they do have a certain attack pattern. I think you can study that you know if you should be able to have my new grandma beat them, assuming that you could get John to do what you want John to do what that was easier than I thought really does. That was it.

Maybe I shouldn’t have used miracle tonic after all, Wow kind of feel bad for him. Okay, so miracle toddy and knife did the trick. Okay, I wonder if I could just be on my fist and investigate it. Wasn’t too hard? Okay, so we see um Wow literally three month, three slice and then it was over all right. Let’s run that back all right, so we’re going to take miracle cute miracle tonic with just our fist and see what happens.

I can find you shit, okay. What, then, why do you, betting goes far: yeah yeah, no shit, Sherlock that one I kept drawing my gun for some reason. I was like I’m trying to follow my fist. Maybe I can’t actually fight it with my face. That could very well be the case with a legendary animal different. Let’s do this round too bitch. Let’s go! Oh, what effective, yeah, okay, alright! So first time you got me second time taught him who’s boss, alright, so round.

Alright third trial is wit, a thorough weapon to see how that goes. Let’s go buddy see how you deal with a hatchet lost to the knife and the fist time for the hatchet, technically you’re, not damn to swings hatchet ain’t, no frickin joke okay, well, hatchet! For the victory Tim’s hatching this room didn’t show the damage how they do you showed it damage. I didn’t realize. Okay, hatchet does do more damage the action after that has more damaging than the shit shit, damn Oh to die to ready if it wasn’t for friggin miracle tonic which life it took see like literally, I would be dead, if was for miracle tonic, so yeah.

This doesn’t be pretty impossible without miracle. Tonic, be honest, all right, let’s go last round there, Kotani anyone find more without time all right got them. Let’s run this back without any miracle tonic see. If could actually do the same. All right, it seems like miracle. Tonic is definitely giving me the advantage just to power through its attack, because I only have to hit him twice, so it’s a good way to kind of get familiar with his attack pattern.

So that way, I could try to beat him now without miracle tonic kind of a way to test yourself. So, first we’re going to start off with fist which that’s going to be really hard but whatever, because I definitely don’t want to create a situation where I’m going to have to probably be slick cuz. I can’t take too much hit from him can’t cut him. I got him without anything: okay, Wow! I am surprised. I actually won that.

Okay, I feel like it’s going to be worse when I get a load weapon now, let’s try on that time chasing that guy got a three-piece combo right there. That was kind of close, though you came close. I thought hiding behind just little log right here, will throw him off and prevent it from attacking me, but I guess that all right on to the hatchet – oh, my goodness, I couldn’t get any swing off. My hatchet.

Doesn’t have a lot of reach Wow the hatchet doesn’t have a lot of reach. Wolf got me. Okay! All right well played well played. He’s won one out of the series so well that cannon. When I was pressing the wrong button to attack he’s won one in natural series. Two kills overall per this episode. Okay, all right, Wolfie, not bad. Like literally, I was pressing the art too, but he’s like, because the hatchet did have less range in his attack.

His attack can’t power and true, so we could even they were pressing like prior at the same time, even before his like spamming are to to attack attack, attack attack and his TAC kept like hitting me seriously. Damn it in that right, save my life friggin bad job indeed, he’ll just happen. Just get like clothesline by a tree is that one literally Tuzla, ghost riding the whip in that one and freakin attack man, geez stik-tek, bastard, all right, machete, one now successful.

Okay, this series you’ll see when you kind of work because of the cleavers range good. They said to think about the cleave. The cleaver is I’m hoping that it’s a little bit faster than hatch, because the hatchet had a little bit more range in the night, but it wasn’t quicker in terms of attack speed. So I felt like it ultimately like lost on you sure I could probably rematch with a hatchet or maybe come out victorious, but then I’d be a little unfair.

You know we match until I win versus just letting him have that that win and me have that ELQ. I guess L of a series for Ella bat match Iren hatchet. Do not fail me now or cleaver sorry for that hatchet yeah cleaver! Technically she do as much damage she means it’s. The most powerful melee weapon see. I knew it. A new fuckin range, the fucking range I was swinging, but the rains like you see a swung.

He was out of range alright, so without miracle tonic, the hatchet and a cleaver are not a good weapon. Hmm, it’s good to know all right, we’re going to run this back one more time last match of the series. Well, actually that was the last night upstairs now that I actually killed a legendary wolf for real and move on that I tested out that my theory, so I guess you could say, is he loved matches? So, to actual I mean if I killed him, then in there with a hatchet, then yeah we’ve got a would be two girls, namaha boy.

Let’s go, I can actually spoiler. The tomahawk didn’t realize that hey can I swing with the no nearly there a bit? Oh, that was perfect. That was perfect. That was perfect and there we go boys Wow, one tomahawk kills it yes right at me. Oh ladies and gentlemen, there we go Wolfie times out sorry about the extra weight shit. That’s like almost poetic irony. To be honest, no ain’t happening all right.

Thank you guys again for reading my vs. Series against the legendary animals will have episode 2 up as soon as possible, probably like a week or two once I get back to it. But again, thank you guys to supporting serious NSA guys in my next episode. Bye,


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My One Bushcraft Knife… CRK Pacific Review

So now I’m going to do my review and overall thoughts about this knife, so, let’s jump into it.

This is a pretty big claim to say I’m only using this knife, I will say the primary reason I am choosing to go that way or why I’m not running a whole bunch of different other knives from bush crafting or survival practice is because I truly want To get good with one knife – and my thing is: I’ve – just had it up to here off the screen with just having a whole bunch of different survival, knives that I’m never using and there’s a whole bunch of excellent once it certainly doesn’t have to be the One for you, but this is the one that I chose, and there are a few other reasons aside from me, just being fed up with the knife industry on why I chose this one.

So now, let’s get into those so starting off with this knife. One of the primary reasons why I was attracted to this knife and my original thoughts for getting this knife was that I wanted to work more on island survival being close to water and working with the water, more hand in hand and imma be rolling in pictures Showing you guys what I’m talking about, and so when I sat down and thought about what knife I need a for working so close to the water.

I wanted a knife that had a really good stainless steel. So it’s not only a good steel generally all around, but it’s also very rust resistant. This is a knife that I could get wet and not really fear the steel rusting, and so that is the primary reason. The s35vn is what led me to this knife next, to that, it’s also the world nests of this knife. When I did choose my one and only survival knife, I wanted to make sure, and it was a knife that was not going to break.

I wasn’t going to give me issues as far as the thinness of the blade, so that was my next consideration or thought really was that one of saying robust now this knife is close to 1/4 inch thick and definitely fits the criteria of being robust. So, lastly, I wanted a knife that also had great ergonomics, because the last thing I will say if your are choosing and one knife to be your bushcraft knife going forward, it does need to feel comfortable in the hand and it needs to feel natural and that It really is this knife, and I have to say as far as the ergonomics go, it not only feels natural, but the way this micarta was done.

It was not only left for broth, but it was also left textured. So there’s a whole bunch of essentially little protrusions in the scale that grip it to your skin, not in an uncomfortable way, but in a really positive way. So the night feels very comfortable in hand, but it also walks up into your hand very well and I’ve always enjoyed since day one I’ve enjoyed the hell out of these grips, and I really do love the grips on this thing, they’re absolute when for me, so Basically, those were my three qualifications: it had to be waterproof or very water resistant and a rust resistant and very keen was working in water environments.

It had to be robust and it still had to be very comfortable, and so that’s what landed me on the Chris Reeve knives specific and also I have had in the past emailing. Some of you guys know you know I’ve had Sebenza before so this isn’t my first Chris Reeves knife knife and I’ve always been very impressed with the quality and with the warranty on these knives. It’s just a really great brand. It came with a few issues of you know these different these different, these different guards kind of got in the way, but overall I was still able to find it a very easy time choking up on the knife, doing more fine tasks also due to the heavy Haft of this knife because, like I said it is a reasonably thick knife, it also did chopping very well, and I’ve always been impressed with the ability of this knife to just go right through material and just clean cleanly swipe right through material.

I think another thing that helps with that is the fact that this is a very finely ground edge and you guys can see it has a nice long grind to it and then a great battle. It’s very polished edge. It is extremely sharp, so it’s weight and it’s grind in bevel have helped it sail through materials like nobody’s business. It’s also not to mention a very good knife for beat awning, because it has been very great in the water.

Obviously, this this gun coat in my son. I do find interesting that this knife doesn’t have just some. You know like spray-paint coat. It does have a gun coat on it. I believe the gun coat is similar to a seracote. It has been extremely durable. There’s only a few places where the coating has minorly loved off, primarily on this, where the grind starts, and that is not too uncommon to see on. Basically, any knife you put Todd with because that’s where the most friction is put on when you put on with a knife, so it’s not to be unexpected, but the coating is very durable.

The rust resistance, as I seen it and listen. I have gotten this knife wet and I’ve actually crossed rivers with this knife and like in its sheath on my hip, and you know, leave like waters come up into the sheath. You know Gea here, and so the knife has definitely got wet in the sheath. Is the knife that I’ve unapologetically lat get very dirty, very wet and giving it a lot of opportunity to get all nasty and ugly and rusty, but the s35vn has performed very well.

The attention to is to be expected with CPM s35vn or really good. It’s definitely leaving really nothing because, like I was saying the performance of this knife in forced environments, which I certainly have taken it into the forest, a bushcraft is pretty much on par with something like a fall can even a one like. I said, though, the primary reason why I stress this as an island survival knife or as a water survival knife or you know, one that’s going to be in the water – is because the CPM s35vn, unlike vg-10 or the vg-10 laminate, that Faulkner even uses this definitely Output for so vastly before we finish up the review, I also will say the on the sheath I’ll give some notes on it.

I do really love this sheet. It is a very modular sheath. As that you guys have seen in the past. I easily connect my own condor, I pouch to this right up here, but this is a very modular pouch. It has Mali attachment running up the front. It has some webbing attachment areas in the back. The belt loop is really nice. I will say it has a double velcro, so essentially you set your belt in here, and this conforms to your belt.

So if you’re running an inch wide belt, this will walk around that belt. If you’re running an inch and a half to inch about whatever the this will conform to that, and actually we walk your belt in place, which is really nice because on other sheets that don’t have a similar system, I kind of get a sloppy sheath that when It’s on your side or attached to your belt. This sheath will kind of wobble like this, whereas with this and it closes around your belt, it locks your belt in so there’s no wobble, and then you get an extra secure meant like that, and it makes for a really tight securing belt.

So I do like that, and it does come with some extra cordage, of course, is a paracord, but I’ve just left it on here, because it came with it in whatever other than that. It does have a really nice and very secure button closure and just like on some other high-end knives. I have reviewed in the past, primarily, I think, actually just the pull force. Prepper one also have this, but the interior of the sheath or in here isn’t just plastic that rattles and bangs and makes all kinds of noise.

It does actually have a layer of felt in there to keep the knife quiet and keep it from just banging around. In there and being an obnoxious plastic piece of crap, so the sheath places the button fits very tightly. You can see that there is no play in this of a lot of Cheaper sheaths. You’ll see you know, the knife will come out and sometimes even expose a bit of the blade with this there’s. Absolutely none of that this is the most the knife gives and snap is really strong.

This doesn’t just pop on or off. It takes a really purposeful, pull and depend on it’s also very purposeful. So really do like this sheath, it’s actually one of the best stock, sheaths I’ve ever gone and just out of box it’s one of those sheaths that, aside from throwing on a thigh strap, I didn’t want to do absolutely anything to this sheath. I really suggested you guys take a look at this knife because it is definitely interesting and it’s one of the more uncommon choices out there, but I think, is really capable, especially for the money.

It’s a nice survival knife. I really have no complaints about it. Anyways guys, that’s all for now, god bless and come out.


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Knife Unpacking from Forged in Fire: Knife or Death S01:E04

This box contains the knife that I used on the show knife or death, which was on the History Channel. It’s a cool show. I had a lot of fun, shooting it. If you readed it, you know exactly what I’m talking about. This is the most utterly badass knife composition ever created, but if you haven’t readed it press pause, go, read it and then come back.

I haven’t seen my knife since I ran the course and the course was really amazing hard challenging blades, so this will be the first time I actually get to see my blade and inspect it to see how it performs on those challenges all right from here to Here looks pretty good, I mean there is some some funkiness right, here’s a little bit more chewed up, but this is really where I was hacking through that metal sheet right at it at the end.

So I definitely expected a little bit more damage here, but I have to say it’s really, nothing arable. You can hear all the Jegs. It’s almost like a serrated knife at this point, so I have a lot of cleanup work on this. It is no longer a razor good job, knife or death. You put me to the challenge and I will be cleaning this back up, getting it back into sharp shape and getting it back out there and doing some more cut test with it.

I will probably make more of these knives. I like them, it’s the second one of that style that I’ve made this other one over here. In my other articles, probably you may have seen this as you can see. It added a lot more blade to this and, unlike the white blade format, I’m going to continue to adapt and work the handle. There’s some modern things on this, one that final on that one. You know I’m on this journey of taking this Celt Iberian style, worn knife and making it relevant to the modern daily limit and making it something that is very functional, so follow along that journey.

It should be pretty fun. I’m looking forward to getting this cleaned up and then throwing it through some more contests. So, thanks for reading I’ll see you later make sure you check out knife for death on the History Channel. You


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