Monthly rotation.

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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby Quick Steel » Wed Aug 07, 2019 11:55 pm

That is a very handsome rig eveled.
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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby eveled » Thu Aug 08, 2019 12:10 am

Thank you I bought it over a year ago. As a reward for getting my Master Plumbers license. But only took the test on Friday, so now I can carry and use it. ::ds::

I bought it because it complimented/matched my skinning knife which was my reward for getting my Journeyman license. They are a special set.

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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby FRJ » Thu Aug 08, 2019 12:46 am

I wasn't aware of this thread until now. I have enjoyed going through it. Very interesting.
Congratulations, eveled, on your degrees. An educated tradesman. We could use a lot more guys like you.
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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby philco » Thu Aug 08, 2019 1:00 am

I too am enjoying this thread immensely. I have numerous fixed blade knives but to be honest, rarely carry one other than during deer season if then. I'm taking some inspiration from this thread. ::nod::
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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby eveled » Thu Aug 08, 2019 1:33 am

Thanks for the kind words guys. I have made a conscious effort to carry fixed blades when I can and have really enjoyed it. I’m really glad if someone else is inspired to carry more of their collection.

The thread kind of lost steam because the only knife type stuff I do is cut cardboard and veggies. I didn’t think it would be interesting to document. How many pictures of diced peppers do you want to see? Lol!

Thanks again

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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby eveled » Sat Aug 10, 2019 6:27 pm

This weekend’s choice. Buck 212 Cherrywood handle. Great size for an edc fixed blade.

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Re: Monthly rotation.

Postby eveled » Sat Sep 21, 2019 2:20 pm

Kind of gave up on the rotation thing. But one thing I learned is the sheath is what makes a knife a joy to carry. Some are super comfy and just ride well on the belt. Others are useless. Most fall In between somewhere.

Hope you guys give your fixed blades some belt time.


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