Toms choice a blood red Barlow
I've picked up a couple Schades (USA) and my very first Rough Rider. Found out later, I paid a little too much for the Rough Rider, but I'll live. Prior to that, it was one of the charlow barlows in yellow bone.
This marvel arrived yesterday and I was able to get a snap of it.I was really fortunate to win this knife in OMR's recent giveaway, many, many thanks Stephen. Real luck as not only is it beautiful but I now have a 25 in all blade styles: Clip, Spear,Sheepfoot and Drop-Point. This is already in use and will be seeing much action, some nice stag giving it total 'hand ergonomics.'
Today, Monday, has been very good. Couple of trips to the P.O. to collect valuables. First one is this CASE Mini-Copperhead in Root-Beer Bone. Very decent small knife indeed, good F&F no gripes, nice thick bone slabs. Why haven't I tried one of these before??
Later on the same day I had to go back to liberate something else. This Queen Whittler in WCSB that I got from the Sale thread is a knife I've been pursuing for ages, a Golden Fleece no less! Fantastic finish on this example, when Queen does it well, few others can compare.
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The crimson case drop point russlock and the green venom "celluloid" RR trapper. I'm not a massive acrylic fan but the "green venom" caught my eye a while ago. I finally tracked this one down and its fantastic.
A couple of my latest; 50th Anniversary Buck 110 Folding Hunters with different tang stamps. By the way the fit, finish, blade action, and lock-up of these 2014 knives rival the ones made in the "good old days" - very pleased with these new Buck's. OH
I got a Cattleman´s Knife by Fightin' Roosters. I sent it back to Carl Schlieper, there were bad gaps and some bladeplay. But I just got it from repair and everything is fine again.
Last week I picked up this 1999 S&M gunstock. Really nice knife!
Custom Fixed Blade Sale http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...ns-Loreno-Drew
Very nice Wormgroove on that one Jeff.
I'm awaiting a couple of knives myself (getting intolerable ) Hope to get some pix up when (if... ) they arrive
This one is the newest, 2 on their way
It's really fine to see some impressive old battleships steaming into view!
Choice knives those Mike and Robin.
Last week I received my first GEC, a 92 talon wharncliffe with green micarta scales. The 1095 takes a great edge, is already starting to develop a little patina, and the knife feels amazing. After hearing how great GEC knives are from people here, I had very high hopes. This 92 exceeded them; I am blown away. There have been some beautiful knives posted here, thanks for showing yours, so here's mine.. (sorry the pics don't do it justice)
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