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let me guess, you need more
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>>2429797
i'll start
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No I'd less. I don't need a knife with a joint on it. Fixed blades are better for outdoor use anyway.
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>>2429819
this
OP is a liability.
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>>2429797
Yes, the saw on the Victorinox is kino
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>>2429797
Try to baton with that, I dare you.
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>>2429875
what model is that?
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>>2429797
the locking mechanism on those sucks
if yo have to have a folder get a frame lock, stress tests prove theyre the strongest
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>>2429916
>baton with that
Batony
Chop
Chop
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>>2429958
>doesn’t use the hatchet to split logs
>doesn’t at least preheat the metal in any way

Ngmi
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>>2429969
>doesn’t at least preheat the metal in any way

redpill me on this, why should i preheat it?
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>>2429875
I have one on my Leatherman. It's not bad. They're replaceable and the Leatherman is much more useful
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>>2429975
Cold = brittle
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>>2429958
Lol comedy gold, thanks to whoever did the captions
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>>2429980
Lol it broke because he was hitting metal on metal, not cuz it was 20* out
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>>2429942
they're very good cheap knives for small jobs, but yeah I wouldn't trust doing anything serious with it
love my victorinox tho
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>>2429992
You’d be surprised. When it’s cold, steel can be quite brittle. Warm it up a bit, and it won’t break.

If you dunk a blade in liquid nitrogen and toss it, it’ll shatter into a million pieces.
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>>2430020
>when it’s cold
>dunk it in liquid nitrogen
Some snow on the ground is along ways away from liquid nitrogen temperature.
Your steel blade is not going to be affected by 20* weather.
>nb4 akshully it makes it 0.001% more brittle
No temperature you are out in will matter to your blade
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>>2429921
Hunter, they have a few models with basically the same configuration
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>>2429819
Yes
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Yep
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>>2430192
Based
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>>2430084
Tyler's gonna freak
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>>2429979
Leatherman supremacy
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>>2430212
Haven't seen it, worth the watch?
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>>2430273
The book is worth reading but the only James Clavell adaption worth watching is the Shogun miniseries.
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>>2430269
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2020 oldfag here, I have a couple observations from reading these threads for a couple years:
>some people save fore weight and just bring a package opener, because that's all they need on their nature larp
>some people being a cheap mora, because that's all they'd need until they got rescued and taken back home from their nature larp that got too real
>some people carry a good fixed blade, regardless of the weight or what kind of mysterymeat shite you can order from China this week
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>>2430276
Thanks, I'll read it
>>2430285
Nice kit
>>2430287
Also nice
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>>2429958
There's this guy advanced knife bro on YouTube that does some stupid shit with knives and batons with everything.
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>>2430285
If you’re screwing things in often enough that you actually need all those bits, just carry a regular screwdriver that’s easier to use
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>>2430285
what do you do with all those screwdriver bits on hikes?
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>>2430303
I have the same things in my pockets everyday. Last time I was at North rim my truck door actuator broke and the door popped open. I took it apart, got it to work, and made the hour drive back home without having to ratchet strap my door handles from the inside. Shit happens. It's nice being ready so you're not standing around with your dick in your hand.
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>>2430294
If I'm carrying all the bits anyway and the ratcheting extension, how does the choice of handle change anything?
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>>2430317
yeah it's nice to have a little repair kit on your truck while you're driving
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>>2429797
No. I need a knife that isn't meme trash used by fatties that only car or RV "camp."
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I've had my Opinel for 15 years, can someone give me the QRD on why they suck
obviously it's not a full tang machete that you can use to baton firewood in Siberia
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>>2430523
They're great for their intended use, cutting cheese and chouriço
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>>2430523
>Opinel
>15 years... of actual use?
Anon... I want to believe...
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>>2430555
this must be a new meme, what happened? did the quality go to shit?
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>>2429797
I prefer the American equivalent.
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>>2430319
>how does the shape of the part I hold affect how I use it?
>what is ergonomics?
Lol retard
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>>2430317
You drive a truck but don’t even have at least a cheap harbor freight tool kit behind the seat?
Wow you really are dumb
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>>2430582
Yeah, so let me carry a driver handle, along with the Leatherman that already has an additional 7 tools that I use, and gives me the option of using it as a straight handle or a 90, for how the driver handle feels in your hand. You are a dumbfuck. Go back to r3ddit
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>>2430583
I have 5 vehicles and two trucks. I could rebuild your shit box on the side of the road with either truck. I fix shit for a living. Why would I look at something and go round up tools when I have them in my pocket all the time, and why would I take them out of my pocket to go outside? Would that few extra ounces of weight break you?
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>>2430269
Victorinox is clearly better
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>>2429797
I need less than that, 22grams at most.
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>>2429797
My Opinel sleve was always never really tight and slipped back to open position all the fuckin time.
I never felt save that the blade would stay in the upright position. Yea, I need more: an actually safe knife instead of a gimmicky "safety lock" that doesn't actually lock.
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>>2430631
I have a mut, and the handles don’t close together fully when using a bit like that, making it a pain to turn it like a normal screwdriver
>>2430648
If you fix shit for a living, why don’t you just have normal tools then?
Good luck installing a new breaker or getting into a countersunk hole with you leather man and ratchet bit, retard
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>>2430648
Why would you carry all that shit in your pockets every day if you have plenty of tools in your truck already?
That makes no sense.
You probably only use like two or three of those bits anyways lol
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>>2430631
The mut isn’t even a good leartherman to use as an every day carry tool because it’s designed around tools for gun maintenance, not household stuff.
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>>2430756
>You probably only use like two or three of those bits anyways lol
Look at the wear you fucking faggot they're not black oxide anymore. That's because they get used.
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>>2430752
Get the ratcheting extension dumbass you hold it in one position and do quarter or half turns. Do I need to teach you how to work, kid?
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>>2430758
The carbon scraper is more useful than what you work on, as is the pin pusher.
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>>2430771
>>2430774
not anyone you're replying to but you're getting way too assmad about this
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>>2430728
>gimmicky "safety lock" that doesn't actually lock.
How? The lockup is fairly strong aside from a slight amount of up and down play which doesn't disengage it by any means. Are you just not turning the ring all the way? I've seen someone say to not rust the opinel locks before, but the retard didn't even lock it in the first place
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>>2430780
You don't talk you brothers like this?
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>>2430289
What is a nature larp?
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>>2429797
Yo based, i have that exact same knife
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>>2429797
does that piece of shit even lock?
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>>2430269
pothead
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>>2430703
how do you like it? how does it compare with other knives in that weight range like the LST?
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>>2430956
Not at all. That's not resin. It's pipe insulation.
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>>2430666
Wrong as fuck. Post yours if you even have one.
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>>2430962
>LST
The laminated steel on the U4 gets pretty sharp, I don't know about the LST steel.
It's a good idea to keep the blade scalpel sharp if you're out hiking in remote areas.
Small knives does the job.
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>>2430971
Not him and I'm not interested in brand wars, I mostly choose Vic because it's European. I'd trust my SAK with my life, I think it's one of the most dependable things money can buy. In what way is Leatherman better?
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> folding blade
filtered

Can't do shit with a folding blade. Flimsy hinge means you can't cut shit with confidence. Moving parts in tools = dogshit always
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>>2429829
>giant handle
>tiny blade
no
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>>2429958
based axe batoner
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>>2430631
Mogs your leatherman for real pocket tool
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>>2431189
It's missing the two most important tools - a knife and pliers
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>>2431191
not him but I have a large cybertool and while it's aimed at electronics it's been consistently fantastic at getting things fixed
it's basically a swisschamp with a bit screwdriver and bit case built in
I really love that knife
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>>2431197
I just googled that. It looks pretty cool.
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>>2430774
Why didn’t you get the center drive?
It is at least close to a normal screwdriver
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>>2431277
I needed the pin pusher and carbon scraper. I use those quite a bit.
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>>2431191
I carry a skeletool as well cos funnily enough a lot ot times you have to hold a nut while undoing bolts screws ect
T. farmboy
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>>2429829
opinel if you need a knife that doesn't look scary to normies (stealth camping mostly)
small fixed blade neck knife if you don't need to worry about that
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>>2431120
Dumbass
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>>2431158
>NOOOOOOO MAKE THE HANDLE UNUSABLE BECAUSE THE BLADE ISN'T MASSIVE!!1!1!! YOU DON'T NEED MORE THAN A SKETCHY 3 FINGER GRIP ON A SUB 3 INCH BLADE KNIFE!!!!1!
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>>2431158
this is what the 15yo's who get sent here from /k/ really think and post
haha what a retard
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>>2431936
honestly what kind of blade size do you even need to cover 90% of knife use cases? 10cm?
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>>2429979
All the Leatherman Multitools have way to many 'Flat head screwdrivers'. I don't need 3 different fucking sizes of flat head, give me some other different shit.
>You get so many tools
>They're all flat head bits
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is there anything funnier than people who bring multi tools backpacking?
lmao gonna change a tire or repair some electronics out there buddy?
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>>2432074
I had a victorinox mountaineer, recently upgraded to swisschamp with wood scales, I've been wanting to get one since forever
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>posted before finishing
do you mean multitools only as in leatherman stuff with ratchets? SAKs are pretty useful
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>>2432105
nah i don't mean SAK's those are actually a good thing to bring.
only reason I don't still carry a SAK is anon told me victorinox sells the scissors from their SAK's separately and i barely ever use anything else.
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>>2432412
Does anyone make a multi with scissors instead of pliers? Full size I mean not like style cs
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>>2429797
Blade, cork screw and scissors at a minimum.
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>>2430020
bro shut the fuck up and stop batoning like a 12 yearold girl in a marching band. hatchet or saw
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only a little bit more
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>>2432491
Picrel gets me through the day
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>>2430192
I was given one of those a cpl weeks ago. I have a few Opinel but this has to be my favourite. It'll get less use than my billhook but it looks fairly menacing. Also it has a brush. For something.
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>>2432495
its a mushroom knife, the brush is boar's hair and for cleaning your shroomies off
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>>2432493
Before I decided to keep my autism in check I carried that other nicer Knipex mini wrench in my bag all the time. I used it for bike mainteance but it's so good every time you need a pair of pliers too. I don't use the mini Cobra that much because it has a tendency to destroy what it bites on.
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>>2432496
I know it's a mushroom knife. I've just never felt the need to groom my mushrooms. In fact I don't think I've ever cleaned a mushroom. Mate says that thing cost £25. Compared to ~£10 for a #9.
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>>2432499
not him but I think it may be connected to mushroom gathering laws in Europe, IIRC you're required to do stuff such as carrying them in a woven basket to ensure that spores are released, etc.
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>>2432501
I flick n pick. Also the majority of shrooms I pick are liberty caps. Which my bud knows. That and a UK legal carry Opinel were his idea of a joke. The tiny Opinel can be handy at times and the shroom knife will likely get used for fly agaric jst so it gets used.
Another unrel pic. Loch Fyne a cpl weeks ago.
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its nice to have if you ever plan on eating one fresh
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>>2432505
picking makes them less likely to return than cutting. but liberty caps are tiny so cutting isn't so practical. but that's why picking is discouraged.
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>>2432507
We switch areas each year and don't rape the places. Anything other than liberty caps or very infrequent muscaria I'd be more careful. Penny buns and morels grow round about but I've not picked many ever, just chance finds that I decided were getting munched.
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>>2432499
Looks splinterish
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>>2432510
yeah its not even realistic to cut with smaller shrooms. bigger bois, it is a bit better to cut them than pick, but its not the end of the world to pick one if you don't have a knife.
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>>2429797
HON HON HON
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>>2429797
Recommend me a good folder to throw in the small pocket of my SMERSH rig for innawoods tasks, then. I have a nice light pack axe on it, though I may just transfer that to my day pack and go back to a nice fixed blade or an extra canteen if it makes more sense.
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>>2432754
Folders aren't meant for innawoods tasks. Get a fixed blade.
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>>2429958
genius. why has no one thought of this before?
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>>2432764
Nonsense. I’m not batoning it, it’s for light tasks. The pack axe is light and handy enough for things like de-limbing kindling. A good-quality folder for cutting lines and small tasks should be fine.
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>>2432754
opinel no. 6, 7, 8, 9, and the gardening opinel
>>2432764
15 year olds don't post. we used to make you faggots lurk until you have an opinion worth posting. phoneposter reddit /k/ scum. a utilty blade from the hardware store is more suitable for more outdoors tasks than a fixed blade knife.
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>>2432784
take your pills schizo
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>>2432788
>muh schizo
your "new" is showing.
lurk moar newfag. right back to plebbit where you belong.
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>>2432790
do you feel better now that you've sperged out at a complete stranger on a Guyanese sock knitting image board over something extremely trivial?
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>>2432796
yes
quality of posts goes up when newfags and zoomers get bullied and told to lurk + stop posting. there's a reason lurk moar was a key part of board culture before this website went to shit and people began posting low effort thoughtless garbage from their phones.
just lurk. the norm used to be 5 years before you can post.
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>>2432802
I've been posting here since you were in diapers kid. Now as I said, take your pills and maybe consider taking a break from the internet for a while and touching grass. You don't seem mentally healthy.
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>>2432809
>I've been posting here since you were in diapers kid
anon you didn't even know what lurk moar is. you can't fake it when real originalfags call you out. even while pretending to larp as an oldfag you're posting plebbit memes like:
>touch grass
>schizo
>meds
here i'll let you in on a secret. all those memes you're posting are just mental projections from schizo jews. statistically speaking only 0.46-0.48% of non jewish anons are schizo, depending on this site's exact gender demographics.
the most schizo group of people on the planet are ashkenazi jews, who have their own specific genetic mutations for schizophrenia:
https://www.haaretz.com/2013-11-26/ty-article/.premium/ashkenazi-gene-increases-schizophrenia/0000017f-e04b-d75c-a7ff-fccfa3e10000
https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/study-of-ashkenazi-jewish-population-reveals-new-schizophrenia-mutation-347001
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/08/100805172951.htm
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26198764/
all these memes you find on plebbit to "pwn" anons with are written by jews and projections of their own mental inadequacies. up to 15% of the ashkenazi population is schizophrenic according to israel itself.
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>>2432814
get help
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>>2432820
cope more. your shitty meme is a jewish projection and you failed to larp as an oldfag. called out right away by the real deal.
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>>2432814
based I hate this "meds now" shit. But let's not derail
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Take the Case pill.
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>>2432784
>openel is a good knife
Still trolling I see
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>be me on the market for a new knife (my second and last knife)
>like a knife model and think it will suit me
>see reviews
>I own more than 350 knives and this is by far the best!!!
>feel super wary of buying said knife when I see this because I assume it's from a consoomer who just unboxed it
I fucking hate "collectors" so fucking much. What a fucking abominable hobby, holy fucking shit I hate them, I hate them. They ruin everything they touch, they slowly corrupt everything because they do not really use anything, they just go through whatever "test" routine they see on youtube and then assign a score based on how the thing performs, they never go out and actually use it. I hate collectors. If you collect things and you post these excited reviews when you buy the 300th item you will never use please kill yourself. Modernity was a mistake, the industrial revolution and its consequences etc. etc.
I don't wanna get the knife anymore. I have limited money and there are just too many shills and retarded consoomers
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>>2434032
thank you for your highly valuable blog post.
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>>2434087
>t. owns triple digit amount of knives
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>>2434109
>t. doesn't own that knife they were looking at
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>>2434032
K
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>>2434117
I'm looking at another knife now and I will buy that knife and I will not buy another until I fucking die (probably soon)
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>>2434129
what knife are you buying
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>>2434129
That's what I thought about my last knife purchase but it turns out some knives are way better than others for certain tasks, and there is no knife that's really good at everything.
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>>2434132
I'll talk about it when I get it. It's such a beautiful knife and less expensive than the one I was looking at before.
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>>2434133
This is true but how many knives do you carry around? a big knife, a small knife, maybe a sak. That's it.
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>>2434137
I carry a pocket knife small random stuff, a mora bushcraft black for all my wood working and fire staring etc. and a grohmann survival #4 for food/hunting/fishing related tasks. I could probably do without the pocket knife, but the grohmann isn't built for bushcraft, and the mora is terrible with food due to the scandi grind.
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>>2429797
recently i have started carrying this old and cheap folding knife and a leatherman instead of my regular puukko
feels good to have nothing fighting against me with the backpack waisbelt but pants arel definately more heavy and i have less room in my pockets
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>>2434141
See? You don't need more than two knives
I'd rather spend good money on two quality items and then forget about buying more
of course there will always be a better knife than the one you currently own for the specific task you're using it for, so what? It will take longer or you will have to make a little extra effort. For another task your tool will do better than that one. There's no point buying that much stuff.
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>>2434144
You're right, consooming for the sake of it is pretty lame. But I thought the grohmann would be the only knife I would ever need. Turns out I was wrong. I kind of wish I could get away with taking a single blade with me.
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>>2434146
that grohmann is a gorgeous knife btw
my knife will be similar in function
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>>2434141
pretty similar setup to this anon, works great. all 3 knives aren't taken every time it just depends what i'm actually going to do.
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>>2432995
Just bought my first one a couple of weeks ago.
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>>2434399
Waste of money
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>>2432493
Great daisy pellet gun. Pidgeon killer?
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>>2432493
Oops, just noticed your little purple toy. Let me guess....your one of those transients.
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>>2430212
James clavell s entire Asia series is hella cool though
I do prefer shogun and rat King over this one
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>>2434399
What is the need for 3 blades on a pocket knife by the way? I mean what can you do with one of those blades that you can't do with the other?
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>>2430020
True, I saw the same happen in Terminator 2
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>>2434471
Tai Pan is easily the best book and King Rat is the worst imo but the worst movie is the Pierce Brosnan one from the 80s I think it was Noble House
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>>2434441
It's a well bult american made pocket knife that looks nice, there are knives a fraction of the price that qualify as a waste of money more than a case
>>2434879
They're all specialized to do certain tasks really well vs 1 generalized blade
It definitely depends on what you plan on using it for, a lot of people use the clip point for general use/detail work and use the other 2 for other tasks like whittling and the like.
Personally I'd prefer a jack, barlow, or peanut pattern myself (or a stockman than replaces the spey blade with an awl)
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>>2434399
Took this for /k/ yesterday but may as well post here too since it's got the actual knife in it.

>>2434933
Personally I wish I could get the same knife but with a bottle opener instead of the spey. It's annoying that GEC is the only decent company that seems to make a traditional with a bottle opener and they're unobtanium.
I also wasn't really set on a Stockman, but I've been wanting a Case for a while and don't have any dealers near me, and I was near a Tractor Supply that had a bunch a few weeks ago so I went in and this was the one I liked the most.
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I just ordered a SS companion for larping. Im gonna file the spine down for larping with my fireman's steel
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>>2434933
What is your intended use for it?
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>>2434956
I'm actually the guy who owns the knife in question, the guy you replied to was another random anon. I just bought it to use as an EDC, wanted a quality traditional to round out my selection.
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>>2434956
>>2435000
anon is lying about his identity. i'm anon. i want to skin my dick like a flute!
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>>2434399
based
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>>2434879
The spey blade, originally for castrating farm animals, is ideally shaped for controlled cutting with as little damage as possible. The sheepsfoot blade, with the straight edge, is good for utility cutting, very hard materials, and whittling. The clip-point blade is best for food, fishing, and general tasks.
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>>2435000
Gotcha gotcha, well hope you enjoy it anon
>>2435022
Disgusting
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>>2432495
>For something.
For brushing, anon.
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>>2430289
3/10, see me after class.
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>>2431191
I carry a knipex cobra and a ka-bar dozier for that. All the tools on a multitool are shit quality anyways.
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>>2435143
The bristles do feel quite nice on my shaved balls
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I carry an axe when /out/. The trees fear the white man
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>>2434455
that's a lighter anon...
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I have three Opinels in various places, the trick is to disassemble it and boil the handle for a few minutes in candle wax. As it heats up, the air trapped inside will expand and boil out. Once the wax cools it gets sucked into the fibers and lube as well as protect the handle forever.
Also, the beech wood darkens and shrinks a bit, which makes it open/close easier.
The liner lock is ok, never felt unsafe to me.
I also have this Victorinox Workchamp which i use when i tour with my bike for the tools.
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>>2430564
No it didn't, just fags being fags
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>>2430728
>a gimmicky "safety lock" that doesn't actually lock
You're that retarded that you never figured out that you needed to turn the ring to lock it? Perfectly explains the retarded posts hating on Opinel
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>>2435328
>hand opinel to someone
>they try to pull the blade out
>it doesn't open
>NGHHHHHHHHHHRRRRRGHHHHHHH
Why are people like actual apes? One time I lent a 0.5 mechanical pencil to a woman and she fucking bent the tip trying to write
why are people like this? I don't think I'm particularly intelligent yet when I see that something unfamiliar doesn't work I don't brute force it like a rabid chimpanzee
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>>2435332
Normies have a preconception of what knives are (Usually eiher a SAK/multitool or gas station knife) and anything that deviates from that either frightens or confuses them. God forbid you have anything with a blade 5 inches or above, because you'll be faced with faggots who don't know shit saying "ThAt'S iLlEgAl" at every fucking turn
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>>2435328
>>2435332
if anon lives in a desert and lost the qc lottery the ring can be a bit loose sometimes. can just soak it in water every few weeks or get one of the premium handle ones with different wood for a few bucks if its a concern though.
95% chance anon's just a tard tho.
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or anon could just clamp his ring a little tighter with pliers, i neglected the obvious option.
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>>2429797
No I need less, that’s a terrible knife by todays standards
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>>2432491
hai noroc flacu crestin
nice toes
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>>2429797
let me guess, you need more
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>>2437529
>i just need a quick nap, bro.
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>>2431191
More importantly, it's missing the most important tool - a cork screw.
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>>2432754
Victorinox Climber
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>>2437544
This. Or the huntsman if you don't mind the bulk. The SAK saw is surprisingly usable.
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>>2437529
can you imagine how fucking exhilarated the caveman who invented the sharp rock must've felt
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>>2437578
As I recall the flint from that knife isn't even local, it was from a few hundred miles away where the best flint was.
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>>2437576
>The SAK saw is surprisingly usable.
I've always found all the tools on my SAK super reliable. Of course you have to be realistic with what you wanna do with them,
Honestly I think people talking shit on Victorinox are Leatherman fans. Like, lol imagine simping for a brand called LEATHER MAN, what's the mascot, a dude in handlebar mustache and a lumberjack uniform? And the multitools have these gay names like LEATHER MAN SQUIRT, LEATHER MAN JIZZ... Victorinox was named after the maker's wife, Victoria. It was 100% made a by a straight man and it has these humble task-based names like "Mountaineer", "Ranger" and so on, because it's about a profession rather than whatever these Leather Men do
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>>2437587
This amount of seethe must be hiding something. Are you sure you are getting enough air in that closet?
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>>2437591
More than you with those mustache, Leather Boy! You might want to use the scissors on your WANK or whatever your multitool is called to trim that off, but if this little banter got you so upset, you probably don't have enough of an edge for the task... hehehe
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>>2429797
grate for fishing i have one in my tackle box
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>>2437601
Leather man, wank, jizz, squirt fuck bro you're gay we get it can we go back to talking about knives now?
There is a separate board fir that stuff
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>>2437622
You don't have to be so upset, anon: you can be the owner of an original Swiss Army Knife without living in Switzerland (just in case you didn't know).
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>>2437601
>>2437622
>>2437630
Get a room
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>>2429797
This is my everyday knife for the time being, fixed blade and full tang.
Condor knives are of decent quality if anyone is interested in the brand.
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>>2430020
I have owned Gerber made tools, their performance and durability are disappointing.
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>>2432493
>tactical inhaler w/ strap
Omegabased, even better if it's filled with Benzedrex
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>>2434142
Swear I have that same Leatherman and case in my old hunting box back at my parents' house



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