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Review of the Opinel number 7, an elegant French knife design that has been around since before the dawn of the 20th century. At about $10 a piece this knife is a bargain.
Unboxing and review of the Spyderco folder designed by three esteemed French knife designers, among them, Fred Perrin, a Martial arts master, former French army commando, and government adviser. Blade material - CPM S30V Locking mechanism - Liner/scale lock Scale Material - Sculpted black g10 Blade type - Full flat ground modified Wharncliffe
They haven't been a knife in my whole collection that I have tried harder to get than the Spyderco Street Beat. Since December last year I have been absolutely and utterly hypnotised by it. At first I wasn't sure it was right so I asked around, Bast2a of course but also US based Spyderco lovers such as JohnWayneColt45. They all told me the same thing, it's a great knife but beware it is on the smaller side. So I watched and watched tons of reviews on the subject and nothing could drive me away from it. Yes I bought several knives before the Street Beat but mainly because of misleading information from retailers or importers over here in Europe. Check this out the UK importer told me in May that he could have one for me on a special order within 2 t o3 weeks. After several chasing sessions having the same answer all the time, I gave up. I finally found a great lady called Charity on a forum that secured my Spyderco business for now. The knife itself is a design from French Knife Maker and martial artist Fred Perrin. It's nice 3" clip point of super VG10 with gorgeous black/green micarta handles. The feel in hand is immediately amazing and very intuitive. I personally believe that this is Perrin's greatest talent when he designs a knife: the ergos are phenomenal. It comes with a Kydex sheath that is very well adjusted. It was not the case on the first models and people complained about the knife rattling in the sheath and the blade being all scratched up by it. Where it ...
Recently I have been very interested in blades made in Europe. Since I have been on YT I have been following French Custom Knife maker Bastinelli-Creations on Bast2a Channel. Now I am looking at a very talented knife designer from Italy. His name is Molletta and he has a thing for designing great knives. I think that it is fair to say that he's got a thing for strong and sturdy knives. He is the designer of LionSteel's Most Innovative Knife of the year 2010 at Blade: the SR1. Molletta is also the designer of the Neoczen knife, a strong fixed blade that follows requirements from a French Knife forum. What I like about his work is that it's being manufactured by LionSteel. Their attention to detail and look for a great finish is second to none. There is no compromise on quality of materials either. Nexus is a brand born in the mind of Italian archaeologists who wanted to have the perfect knife for their travels. It's started with a small utility fixed blade and then the Caio. The Caio is a rather large camp knife. It's made in A2 which is a very strong tool steel quite similar to D2. It is 320mm long with a 190mm blade. The blade thickness is the most insane I have ever seen, 7mm on the blade itself and 7.4mm on the tang. The handle is made of FR5 which is a kind of FRN that is impervious to fire and chemicals, making it strong than G10. It offers a very good amount of grip. I really like the "double jimping" on this design. When handling the knife normally you can rest ...
This particular model of Opinel, the slimline, has a long thin stainless steel blade and a bubinga wood handle. I find it perfect for filleting fish. A great blade to take on a fishing holiday, but it is an evil looking thing so be sure to pack it in your hold luggage, not your pocket! In Britain, the state has effectively criminalised the carrying of knives in public places. this is because some people stab each other. Of course, they ignore the law while honest citizens like me who often have a sharp penknife in their pockets now live in fear of both criminals AND police.
Just a short review of a 18th century French style patch knife. Great little neck knife, great for food prep, skinning, and light camp chores.
Pascal is back in his follow up to "No Need for A Corkscrew" with a video demonstrating how to open a champagne bottle with nothing but a Knife. We know you may have seen this trick before but Pascal gives you a step by step of how to do it best and more importantly.. Safely.
In this video, you'll learn how to cut potatoes into perfect 1/4-inch batons.
One taste of Fairport woman's French-style apple pies makes convertsRochester Democrat and ChronicleShe uses a hand-cranked machine to cut large slices, but then must use her hand and a paring knife to make those slices even thinner. ...and more »
Herhold: One man's World War IISan Jose Mercury NewsHis family still has a trophy of war with a remarkable provenance: an engraved Confederate knife that was carried to war by an American soldier, ...and more »
Boston Globe'This can't be our Adam Wheeler'Boston GlobeThe police report says that the arresting officer noticed him fiddling with an object in his pocket that turned out to be a 2-inch Exacto knife blade. ...and more »
Those are the breaksChicago Sun-TimesI'm guessing it will end when a baseball player refuses to touch home plate after a home run or a football player carries a knife in his sock. ...and more »
The Canadian PressAustralian shows off ambidextrous talent to achieve best Grand Slam performanceThe Canadian PressEven when I eat, my knife and fork is in the opposite side. When I play basketball, I throw left or right. If I play football, I kick left or right, ...and more »
CBC.caJake's Prince Saves Time-Twisting Dagger; Zombie Invasion: FilmBloombergWhile the subject is deadly serious, this French movie is a whimsical delight that recalls the silent-movie charm of Chaplin and Keaton. ...review: As "Prince of Persia," Gyllenhaal's just JakeDenver PostPrince of Persia: The Sands of TimeChristianityToday.comReview: Prince of PersiaCBC.caComputer Graphics Worldall 1,666 news articles »
New York TimesA Renovated Menu, With a Wealth of ChoicesNew York Times... menu offered no surprises, except for the dreadful apple tart of gooey apples on an old half-raw pastry crust that had to be cut with a steak knife. ...
WTF Story of the Day: French Dude Stalks, Stabs, and Nearly Kills Gamer who ...TechFreq NewsHe eventually found the skilled, albeit incredibly unlucky gamer and allegedly proceeded to stab him in the chest with a real knife. Repeatedly. ...Counter-Strike Gamer Hunts Down, Stabs ManTom's Hardware GuideMan Spends Six Months Plotting Murder Of Counter-Strike RivalKotaku.com (blog)You Killed My Counter-Strike Character, Prepare To DieGizmodo Australiaall 5 news articles »
Roger Federer Interview - French Open, May 26Tennis-X.comAnd then the dropshot though in wet weather like today stays really low, and you can knife the ball through the clay. So, you know, I think there's ...and more »
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Jury convicts man of murdering Carlsbad womanSan Diego Union TribuneFrench, 41, also is found guilty of an allegation that he used a knife in the act of killing Stark. SAN DIEGO COURTS — A Superior Court jury convicted ...CARLSBAD: Jury finds French guilty of first-degree murderNorth County TimesSouthern California man convicted of killing girlfriend after finding text ...San Jose Mercury NewsMan Convicted in Text Message MurderKTLASan Jose Mercury Newsall 52 news articles »
Here is a presentation of a great little neck knife from Spyderco. This is the Swick 2. Swick stands for swift & Quick. The original design was developped for fast deployement and lightweight carry. This is a limited 600 piece run with designs elements from both Sal Glesser and Fred Perrin (French Knife Designer). This Palm sized little fixed blqde comes with a skeletal handle and the possibility for it owner to add his own custom scales or cord wrap it. The Swick 2 is made of a solid piece of tumbled-finished CPM S30V stainless steel and has a leaf-shape blade and Spyderco's razor sharp full flat grind.
never Forget your French Army knife... it comes in handy. Contest entry for Codename:JOKE
Sensible Survival Presents: The Kershaw "Leek" Knife Review. This Ken Onion design EDC knife is a quality piece for suburban or urban enviorments. The SpeedSafe design makes one handed operations easy. Thanks~ Kershaw Knives Website: www.kershawknives.com Ken Onion Website: www.kenonionknives.com Walmart Wesite with $35.00 Leek: www.walmart.com
Traditional french folding knife XXXL,inox blade,virobloc-lock,beech handle,leatherstrap-lanyard. Price around 140 Dollars.
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I went to a French Cafe near Harajuku with my French teacher and some classmates. It was fun to see Japanese struggle with western cutlery :)
Another French knife. This one is very cheap, simple, but effective. Look this knife up on Wikipedia. Laci Szabo used to have a great video up about the Douk Douk, but it was removed. His video inspired me to find a Douk Douk, and szaboinc sells a sheepsfoot version of this knife. Very simple, very rugged, very politically correct.
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Perceval makes lovely original knife designs in the typical French style: knives that are good for general use, AND they definitely should look good at the table as well. Here we have a closer look at their chic L10, which features a delightful old-fashioned "Piémontais" one hand-opening system.
Learn French with Katia and Kyliemac! K&K Learn French 100 Avec ma b*te et mon couteau (With my d*ck and my knife) Discover the French you don't learn in class with Katia and Kyliemac! Everyday French expressions, how to use them, and when not to! For translations and transcripts: learnfrench.katiaandkyliemac.com Listen to the podcast about expat life in Paris : katiaandkyliemac.com Get some tourist tips for travelling in France : touristtips.katiaandkyliemac.com
Ladies rolling fight from unknown french movie. Women wrestle in the cabin. Does anyone recognize the film?
This is week four, the first few pictures is our groups work
The venerable French brand Opinel is mainly popular for their affordable and functional folders. From time to time they also offer limited versions with special handle materials and usually with polished blades as well. Here we have a look at two limited editions: the "Old School", and one in ebony. FYI My other video on Opinels shows more different models and gives more background history.
These are two french knives I got in France which sell for 10 times the price in America. These are great knives.
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Here we have a closer look at a well-made French companion knife: l' Arconsat by Laforet. It's a neo-regional knife where the cutlers hope to establish their recent knife design as the knife associated with their village (Arconsat in this case). This knife is particularly elegant, a nice alternative to the better known laguioles for example.
There are true classic regional French knives such as the famous Laguiole and Nontron. And in addition these days there are many "new" regional knives, as if every local cutler wants to propose his regional knife. So, yes, it's often a rather commercial affair. Still some of these knives are interesting and pretty: here we have a closer look at neo-regional knives called "Le Camarguais" and "Le Montagnard" and one knife from Breizh Kontell, a cutlery from Brittany.
In this short clip we'll examine the classic Corsican knife which is somewhat similar to the Spanish navaja, and also the better known "Corsican Vendetta". Enjoy !
I now have plenty of info, check this out for a lot of info - The douk-douk is an inexpensive French pocketknife, of simple sheet-metal construction. It has been manufactured by the MC Cognet cutlery firm in Thiers, France, since 1927. Design Origins The external engraving of the douk-douk was created in 1929 for sales to France's colonies on Oceania. The handle depicts a "douk-douk", or Melanesian spirit incarnation. This design was originated by Gaspard Cognet, who chose this emblem from an illustrated dictionary. Later other designs such as the "El Baraka" and "Tiki" were developed for other regional markets, particularly in French Algeria, and even down into Sub-Saharan Africa. Description The douk-douk is a very simple slipjoint knife, having no locking mechanism, but only a very strong backspring to bias it towards opening and closure. It consists of only six parts: A folded sheet-metal handle, which is very slim A carbon steel blade, of a soft and easily-sharpened steel, generally of the "Turkish clip" profile reminiscent of a scimitar. The blade has indentations at the back, and is decorated with acid-engraved arabesques. The blade has no nail-nick, but is easily grasped for opening since it tapers at the spine. A strong backspring Two rivets (one to hold the blade, the other to hold the backspring and bail) A metal bail or lanyard loop The cutlery firm of MC Cognet has continued to build the knife up to the present day, using the same simple methods. Today they ...
The Laguiole knife name is not protected, hence next to the original artisanal French ones, you can find cheap interpretations made in far away. Many of these cheap designs are not really good, but is it possible to find interesting ones that originate outside France? Watch the clip to find out...
A look at 3 truly classic knives that are being made since decades: the French Douk-Douk; and the German Mercator and "Anchor" knives by the Otter company in Solingen
Two French Knife Reviews: Nontron and Perceval "Le Français"
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This is my first attempt at faceposer, so be nice internet. I was chatting with my friend and internet colleague MoBro, and we came up with this. It's the sniper and spy doing the 'you call that a knife' bit. Credit: All visuals ~ Valve Audio ~ Rimfire Films