Day 1 - Old Cross 30The challenge starts with my beloved Pioneer.Nothing special to do today, but I carry a SAK all day every minute…
Day 1 - Soldier 30No real chance of a use today. Slow start to proceedings.(Image removed from quote.)
Day 1 - Discontinued ModelsIt was a boring day of no use, but here's a pic of the Climber Small that I've enjoyed carrying today.(Image removed from quote.)
Day 01/30Toilet repair. The water here is very hard and it was time for some acid to eat away the lime.
Day 1 - SAK StackI have mostly thinner SAK’s, I didn’t have one bigger than a Huntsman until I leered at this years damast swisschamp so much I had to get one. I liked it so much I decided to get one I could use. I got sent a cybertool M accidentally; when I told the dealer about it we decided return postage would be so much he gave it to me for less than half price. So while I wait for my new swisschamp to arrive, I’ve got these two to work with! I had the Cybertool out working with me in the garage, I’m putting up some pvc siding. I used it to do some trimming but no pic.
I wouldn't have sent that one back, either!Day 1 BonusUsed up some scraps of green paracord. (Yes, near as I can tell, the color is known simply as "green.") I may order more of it sometime.
Day 1 - Disco! Disco!A bit late post. The day was really busy. The TG opened a package with a new recipes book for my wife (for my use)In the pic, The Trail Guide with a little mod in the scales. This SAK is my favorite and the most used.(Image removed from quote.)Enviado de meu Moto Z2 Play usando o Tapatalk
And we're off! Day 1, showing a leather pouch I had made by a local shoe shop for $10 so I can carry my MT horizontally. Ended up looking like a small Ray-Ban pouch(Image removed from quote.)
Day 1 - I was expecting a package today and thought that it would make a great first day action shot.. Sadly it didn't arrive so the only action it got was some nail trimming and I will spare you from that. So here is another(Image removed from quote.)[It's not failure if you learn something from it]
Day 1 of the Explorer challenge.(Image removed from quote.)No real use today because I just got home from a short vacation to Vienna. Just putting the explorers on my desk for tomorrow, to start using them.
Thank you!I posted this in a Jack-o-lantern thread, but it's as good a Day 0 as any. So...(Image removed from quote.)I have a Huntsman or two, but I'm mostly going to be using one in particular.(Image removed from quote.)Scales are new, the rest...isn't.The original scales were really badly messed up, but they had a stainless steel inlaid logo. There's a fluted corkscrew, an eyeless reamer, and grooveless scissors. Added up, I think I've got it pinned down to 1981-1983. I was born in 1982, so that's pretty cool.I carved this Jack-o-lantern with said Huntsman, scraped out the inside with my Kershaw spork, and scooped out the guts with my hands. The only other outside items were the straight pins I used to attach the floating pupils, and the Rovyvon A7 flashlight I used to light it up for the picture (I will use tea lights for actual display)..(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)In order: opening the top, scooped innards in the background as the eyeball carving starts, corkscrew removes eyeball cutouts, finished carving with pupils pinned in place.(Image removed from quote.)The final product, with a bad case of knife-head.
Nice one Michael, year?
I only have one 84mm but I like the size. It is a shame Vic doesn’t make 84mm with scissors anymore.