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  1. Coltello in Festa, 20. und 21. Juli 2019 in Maniago

  2. Messerverbote und bundesweite Waffenverbotszonen.

    Langer Rede kurzer Sinn: Lest den Blogeintrag von Katja Triebel auf https://katjatriebel.com/2019/05/12/petition-nein-zum-degunban/ und unterstützt die Petition.

    Ja, da geht es auch um Schusswaffen.

    Nein, ich halte nichts davon, wenn die "Messerleute" nicht verstehen, was die "Schützenleute" für Probleme haben, vice versa. Letztlich gehts darum, dass irgendwelche Leute Spass an Dingen haben. Was meinetwegen nicht jeder versteht. Aber man hat Spass an Sachen und tut keinem Schwein was. Und ist der Depp in einer Profilierungsmaschinereie von Politikern.

    Servus
    Pitter
  3. 5. Frühjahrs-Ausstellung des MAK

    Nicht vergessen, am Sonntag 28. April 10:00 - 17:00 Uhr findet im KOM Kulturwerkstatt am Olchinger Mühlbach Hauptstr. 68 die 5. Frühjahrsausstellung des MAK statt.
  4. 15. OLCHINGER MESSERTAGE 2018

    Nicht vergessen, kommendes Wochenende sind die 15. OLCHINGER MESSERTAGE 2018

    Samstag, 20. Oktober 2018
    von 10:00 bis 17:00 Uhr
    und

    Sonntag, 21. Oktober 2018
    von 10:00 bis 16:00 Uhr


    Kulturwerkstatt am Olchinger Mühlbach
    Hauptstraße 68
  5. Spyderco byte - Brouwer Folder

    Spyderco’s new Brouwer Folder is a performance-oriented everyday-carry cutting tool designed by Dutch custom knifemaker Jerry Brouwer. Its refined design reflects both his extensive real-world experience as a knife user and his uncompromising commitment to quality craftsmanship.

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    Brouwer’s lifelong passion for knives began as a child. He was a frequent visitor to his local knife shop, where he spent countless hours carefully examining the fit, finish, and function of every knife he handled. Years later, he pursued a career as a corrections officer and served as a member of an elite riot team that quelled uprisings in prisons throughout the Netherlands. He is also an accomplished practitioner of the Russian martial art of Systema and an avid outdoorsman. These experiences gave him ample opportunity to use knives in many different contexts and helped him develop a deep understanding of what works and what doesn’t when it comes to knife design.

    In 2008, after reading a book on knifemaking written by a fellow Dutchman, Brouwer tried his hand at making his first knife. Encouraged by the result, but anxious to improve his skills, he soon turned knifemaking into a serious hobby. Fascinated by the elegant simplicity of traditional Japanese patterns, many of Brouwer’s knives are expressions of kiridashi and kaiken-style blades, some with classic stingray cord-wrapped handles. He has also made many modern interpretations of the Finnish puukko and enjoys crafting both friction and frame-lock folding knives.

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    One of Brouwer’s most popular folding knife designs is his “Flanker” model, which he developed around 2013. Shortly after designing it, he attended a Spyderco “Meet” in Amsterdam with a friend of his. While chatting with Spyderco’s Eric Glesser, Brouwer’s friend asked to see the knife, which he quickly handed to Eric and encouraged him to “give it a look.” Eric was impressed with the refined functionality of the knife and Brouwer’s down-to-earth approach to knifemaking. In fact, he was impressed enough to ask Brouwer if he could borrow the knife to display it with other concept models and prototypes at trade shows. Brouwer agreed and the rest, as they say, is history. The Spyderco Brouwer was born.

    According to Brouwer, he designed his namesake knife from the ground up as a serious, everyday-carry cutting tool. Specifically, he wanted it to achieve the perfect balance of a knife that is small enough to carry conveniently, yet substantial enough for challenging cutting chores.

    The heart of the Brouwer Folder is its PlainEdge™ blade, which is crafted from CPM® S30V® particle metallurgy stainless steel and full-flat ground for superior edge geometry and low-friction cutting performance. Its drop-point profile offers outstanding utility, while the combined synergy of an index-finger ...
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