The Knife of the Wife: Kershaw Shuffle

You can try to pull strings on bags of dog food and horse feed, but most of us get annoyed with it and just grab something sharp, jam it in there and be done with it. I had kept an old Ozark Trail knife from Wal-Mart on the porch for just that use, until it broke. It literally fell apart. But it was a 5$ knife, fifteen years ago, so I’d say it had a good run.  I didn’t want to leave my pocketknife out there, and my wife didn’t have a pocketknife of her own, so lets just call it an excuse to buy her one. In purple. Continue reading “The Knife of the Wife: Kershaw Shuffle”

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Gerber Curve: When Your Pocketknife Needs a Multitool

One of the first knives my father ever bought me, was a Gerber. It was a neat pocketknife with blades you could swap out. It came with a saw and a gut hook that I never used. My wife still has a Gerber multi-tool that she has had for as long as I can remember. So while I was browsing online, I decided to take a peek at what was new-ish from Gerber, and in multi-tools. And I found this, the Gerber Curve Continue reading “Gerber Curve: When Your Pocketknife Needs a Multitool”