Out of curiosity, I am wondering what line of work each of us are in or was in.As for me, I run the manufacturing end of Roseburrough Tool Co. in Orange, CA. A privately owned company.Since 1949 this…Continue
I've 2 more old Buck 110's at my disposal, of the brass and Pakkawood variety. I've done the damascus and wood scale upgrade project already.What should I do to this single dot/4 pin Buck? I want to…Continue
I think we need to get a jump on this, so those people who have to plan ahead to purchase one can do so.Let us discuss and then lockdown a pattern/design, get it priced out and ordered. Buying a…Continue
Well I was offered an un-owned 2012 940-121 Goldclass for $350+tax, $125 off msrp. Serial #318, 450 or 453, my choice. I have been on the fence about this knife for a while, but at $350 I am going…Continue
Since I have contracted EDC-OCD, I have bought a knife weekly. This blog should help me keep track of the incoming items starting 5/21/2013.
5/21/2013 - Today it is a Uncle Henry / Schrade+ / U.S.A. 144
This is a beauty, lightly used and well cared for. Polished the brass up a little.…Continue
For about 3 years now I have been drawing up & cutting out my own fixed blade knife designs. I have yet to complete even one of them. That is terrible, I know, but I am easily distracted by a Paying job and family. This Blog will help me to keep track of the projects. Please offer up ideas and advice freely, I welcome all of it.
I will list these projects as I started them:
.125 x 1.5" 1095 steel knives. I started with a simple modified Tanto design with 3"…Continue
As some of you may know, recently I have caught the 110 bug. I've been buying older used 110's on eBay out of curiosity.
Well, I love these knives. They're easy to re-furbish, re-task and the variations of handles are countless.
This project will consist of a complete tear down, cleaning, New Damascus blade and scales. Plus, re-tasking the old blade into a usable fixed blade. This blog will be updated as the project progresses.
2/12/13 The Spanish Lace Damascus blade…Continue
Okay, the title says it all. I am not a english major, so don't ridicule my composition skills.
This blog will be my outlet for honest opinions and facts of knives that I found intriguing enough to buy for myself. With that being said, let us begin.
Last night I picked a Mantis Vuja De from my local knife dealer.