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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by chip on Today at 04:05:41 PM »
So many beautiful knives, people.
Here’s mine for wood handled Wednesday,
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General Tool Discussion / Re: Australian Knife Laws
« Last post by matzesu on Today at 04:03:00 PM »
One Moment Please: An Country where every second Animal trys to kill you bans  :climber: ?  So they get a worst Knive Law than Germany in the End..
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Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: SAK Clubs
« Last post by Huntsman on Today at 03:47:42 PM »
Wow - That is a blast from the past   :o     Well it's in now   :tu:

Thanks for the heads up
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Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: New to me Explorer
« Last post by Magic Bus on Today at 03:42:43 PM »
 :like: very nice Jeff, I can’t help with dating it but I like  :tu: My own is much more recent but one of my favourites!
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General Tool Discussion / Re: Flame On! - April Firestarting Challenge
« Last post by Enginears on Today at 03:27:04 PM »
Point of clarification-  my second Day 21 is actually Day 22.

Now back to our regularly scheduled posting.

Day 23 of 30

Stuff I carried today, except for the Kick, which lives in my toolbox.  And I also had my Ronson Jet Lite after work.  And I didn't carry the file either.

  [ Quoting of attachment images from other messages is not allowed ]

I am on a roll for not making a mistake and double posting a day, but I have done it on nearly every challenge. It looks like you are geared up for some serious work. Nice file handle, I need to make one of those.
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Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: New to me Explorer
« Last post by Barry Rowland on Today at 03:06:34 PM »
 :iagree:
I have both the old style mag glass on my late 90s Explorer, as well as the latest version on the new Explorer I bought last year.

Personally, I like the newer version better! Sure, the magnifying power is lower but the larger lens makes it easier to actually bring things into focus versus the older model.
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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by Gareth on Today at 02:43:34 PM »
Grohmann Slimline.
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General Tool Discussion / Re: Australian Knife Laws
« Last post by nate j on Today at 02:27:25 PM »
I’m generally opposed to governments outlawing much of anything.

But when I see people hauling around 3+ D cell Maglites, or flashlights with “strike bezels”, I do wonder “Who do they think they are fooling?”
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General Tool Discussion / Re: Australian Knife Laws
« Last post by BPRoberts on Today at 02:08:40 PM »
I'd love to see the text of the law Australia uses to outlaw flashlights.

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