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  1. Hallow the Fire! Hey pards and pardettes; it's been a mite... work, the Florida rancho, reloaders and modern unloaders, dawg, Calamity , other distractions... Slowly getting back into the Great Game (Who could have guessed that Trail Boss would be unobtainium, and would likely be so for another two years?) (Who could have guessed that the leather has shrunk over the years. ) Anywho, one of the recent distractions has been pokey things. I like my Kershaw Ken Onion Leek one or two (maybe three) whole lots, and it's been my constant companion for years. However, just recently I got introduced to the fascinating (and immense) world beyond my Kershaws, Swiss Army Knives and Buck 110. Types, manufactures, steels, grinds, sellers, prices!, etc., etc., etc... The works of art you can hold in your hand - and open cardboard boxes and those thrice-damned plastic blister packs. Latest obsession: the CRKT Ken Onion Swindle. It speaks to my desiccated soul. That's a long way of saying "What knives do the greatest people in the whole, wide, wild, wild Interwebz world consider cool and worthy of a chaw 'round the fire?" Just neat, no need to restrict the lyin' to EDC or social knives. (Just bought a Lakota Lil' Hawk for my Git Home Bag. Never held such a sturdy, capable, soul-satisfyingly working knife.) A bit of tips or education would certainly go a long way. Good to be back. Uno
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