I am very satisfied with the combo tool - usualy more than adequate for the what if situations, I do not feel the need for full opener layer in the urban setting.
I just used the SC to open a decade box, in order to clean contacts !
2/30Day 2 started of interestingly
I found my Opinel bellow some winter clothes.
I am very satisfied with the combo tool.
I just used the SC to open a decade box...
Made a few contacts on 10 meters...
I also cut my midmorning stollen with the large blade.
Late pic. No uses today.
No action today
Please list the challenge and Day for your daily post like Hevy did above
Day 4 Huntsman challenge Today I used the can opener while putting together some venison chili in the slow cooker. The rest of the day was spent canning venison.
I have days like that, too. Those sure are some good-looking SAKs!Of course!Minimal SAK Challenge Day 4This Rally came to me with a blade so dull it couldn't cut paracord. After much work with the Victorinox pull-through sharpener (some of it poorly done; I blame unfamiliarity with the equipment), it now cuts paracord with one or two passes. Though the blade is functional again, it sure is ugly. Both blade and scales will be replaced down the road.
Sounds like a fair enough request to me Steve Minimal SAK Challenge Day 3Nothing noteworthy going on with the Bantam today. Here's a simple shot from after work today.
Day 4 Huntsman challenge Today I used the can opener while putting together some venison chili in the slow cooker. The rest of the day was spent canning venison.Great pics today awl!
Day 5 - Minimal SAK ChallengeToday I am switching from the Alox Bantam to the most unusual and very minimal SAK from my stable - Baker's knife (not really sure if this qualifies as SAK - maybe rather say knife made by Victorinox).Already two uses in the morning - removing tags from new shoes and cutting bread. I will carry the knife for several next days - I am curious how it will perform.
This thread is a bit crazy. I love it.
Nice watch! I had one many years ago. The paint on the case was silver . The little guy lasted years until I replaced It.
Today I am switching from the Alox Bantam to the most unusual and very minimal SAK from my stable - Baker's knife (not really sure if this qualifies as SAK - maybe rather say knife made by Victorinox).
During a recent dresser clean out, I found a couple of unfinished paracord projects. With the black Pioneer (and a lighter), I got them finished. I usually partially gut the tails and crimp the melted ends with SwissChamp pliers...but in the spirit of this challenge, I used my thumb and forefinger for the blue one.
Day 4 of 30,,, Minimal SAK ChallengeWell,,, I haven't been sick since November 2019,,,,, until today. I guess cutting the tree out of the road in cold rain and wind on Monday was just too much for my system. Gotta go get a Covid test too to satisfy work. No reason to suspect it though. My wife and daughter both have colds and have tested negative. Still sucks. I have spent the afternoon giving them the guilt trip for getting me sick too. Had a good run,,, can't praise daily Echinacea enough!!
Hope you get over it quickly!But do take advantage of any opportunity to guilt the family.