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Username Post: Fällkniven users        (Topic#821524)
foxhunter
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05-05-08 07:50.22 - Post#1516433    



Fällkniven cutlery is made for real use!
And a knife which has never let you down can be worn and displayed with pride

So, please feel encouraged to show your Fällknivens in real working mission! share your photos and reports
about in- and outdoors use during all activities and adventures
except hunting and fishing dead animal images which shall be left away in this thread.
Goert.

the sharper your knife - the easier your life!


see you at the Fällkniven forum


 


foxhunter
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-05-08 08:04.05 - Post#1516438    


    In response to foxhunter





here is two of mine.
Well, not really dirty ones but I like them and sometimes they´ve been my PC-screensaver.
the knives are H1/3G (in snow while we had a sunny day last winter)
and my 1st H1 in solid VG10 when we were hiking on the "Brocken" which is northern Germany´s highest mountain with arctic climate on it´s top region.

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Goert.

the sharper your knife - the easier your life!


see you at the Fällkniven forum


 
foxhunter
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-05-08 08:13.59 - Post#1516444    


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This is my elder daughter Tjorven, using my U2 and a firesteel for lighting a nice small campfire this January!

We did it as some kind of celebration of the 1st hunting day this year. Had some coffee and breakfast at the campfire after we had been sitting from the dark till morning light.

It´s great to see how children can be educated to stand on their ground in the outdoors. Using appropriate equipment is an essential part of it.

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Goert.

the sharper your knife - the easier your life!


see you at the Fällkniven forum


 
SouthernCross
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-06-08 21:09.07 - Post#1517756    


    In response to foxhunter



Here' a pic of a couple of fuzz sticks (in both green and seasoned hardwood) made with my H1, in response to a querry about the H1's wood carving ability in Bushcraft related tasks.

The post in full can be seen here:

H1 wood carving
Here

Kind regards
Mick

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SouthernCross
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-06-08 22:56.02 - Post#1517769    


    In response to SouthernCross







IMO the Fallkniven folders (& the TK3 in particular) are great knives in their own right and make a perfect compliment to a fixed blade.

As the attached pic shows, it is more than up to wood working and push shaving seasoned knots in wood.

This post can be seen in full:

An afternoon by the river
Here


Kind regards
Mick

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SouthernCross
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-08-08 18:48.06 - Post#1519120    


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IMO, the advantage of using a fishing knife that's built strong, is that it can be used for tasks other than just cleaning fish.

When saltwater fishing, I take every opportunity to also grab a feed of oysters

I regularly use my F2 to prise oysters from rocks and use it to open them.

Kind regards
Mick

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Mikael W
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-19-08 07:51.20 - Post#1527702    


    In response to SouthernCross



Here´s my Custom S1 at work splitting firewood.

I only use handpower,no chopping or batoning.
Just pushcut with two hands.
One hand at the spine and the other at the handle.

The S1 is a very solid and heavy knife.
Still very easy to work with and this fulltang homemade balances at first finger!

I carried the S1 last summer,in the Swedish mountains.
It was used when cleaning Laketrouts,cutting a walking stick,batoning firewood and preparing food.
As the handle and guard are epoxied to the blade,it's also very easy to keep clean.

Mikael

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foxhunter
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Fällkniven users
05-24-08 03:42.06 - Post#1530902    


    In response to Mikael W

Have some trouble viewing the image.
Is it only with my machine or with the others, too?


uploading one works, however at a gigantic size.
Goert.

the sharper your knife - the easier your life!


see you at the Fällkniven forum




Edited by foxhunter on 05-24-08 03:58.52. Reason for edit: No reason given.
 
Robert C
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Re: Fällkniven users
05-24-08 06:27.53 - Post#1531005    


    In response to foxhunter

I'm having photo problems with this and other threads .
 
foxhunter
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05-25-08 03:27.33 - Post#1531521    


    In response to Robert C

image posting trouble had been reportend and seems to be solved at present stage.
It was due to a server transfer of the forums.
Goert.

the sharper your knife - the easier your life!


see you at the Fällkniven forum


 


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