Originally Posted by Andy H.
I'm still disappointed but just no longer amazed when I see folks who should damn well know better slicing bagels or salami with their rescue knives. Mine stays in it's sheath unless I have cut a rope or a raft with it - I hope I'll never have to pull it out.
To JIMM - how much effort and expense are you going to go through to sharpen an old knife that may be ready to retire anyway? If you're like me, will you just blow if off until you can get around to ordering one of the sharpeners listed above or (finally) get to a knife shop? Isn't this something that's worth dropping $50 on now
and getting a new one before the season gets underway?
Which reminds me - how long have those zip ties you use to secure your knife been out in the sun degrading? Don't forget to replace them before the season too...
Be safe out there,
WTF? Pretty quick to jump on that soapbox!?! ...but for what reason?
I have..I dunno, close to one hundred knives somewhere. I can put an edge on em better than any factory can, no need to throw out a knife becasue it got dull.
Alot of you guys sound like my dad, lazy and wasteful....I swear he looks into buying a new car when the ashtray gets full.
You guys need some water over there or what?