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    Quote Originally Posted by Half/Stop View Post
    Humphreys Radiant
    Ron, I really like your Humphreys Radiant!

    I can't quite tell from the photo: is the "real lamb foot" on the blade an etch or a stamp? It looks like it's got some depth to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Half/Stop View Post
    Ladies and gentlemen I am officially submitting my application for membership in the Guardians!

    A. Wright & Son Thanks Jack


    Humphreys Radiant
    Wow...what an entrance!! that Radiant is outstanding!

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    Does this one qualifies?



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    Good to see you here Mike, lovely knife, but I think that's a Sheepsfoot

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    Ron, although only a probationary guardian (my first Lambsfoot is somewhere between Grove City and Sheffield right now), I think your Humphreys Radiant is the "real" deal.
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    Very nice JP

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    Room for another?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Black View Post
    Very nice JP
    Thank you! It's an A Wright, blue (a tad too dark on this side) bone. Very nice to use and gives an impression of absolute sturdiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolipapa View Post
    Thank you! It's an A Wright, blue (a tad too dark on this side) bone. Very nice to use and gives an impression of absolute sturdiness.
    I see you have good taste in lambsfoots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Black View Post
    Good to see you here Mike, lovely knife, but I think that's a Sheepsfoot
    Thank you Jake, awesome knives in this thread. I thought it is more sheep than lamb, need to find me proper one. I wanted real lamb foot for a long time.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Black View Post
    Welcome to the Guardians Ron! Your Humphrey's Radiant really is an outstanding example of the pattern I think Nice pic of your Arthur Wright
    Jack - Thank you on all 3 counts my friend! These at present are my only two, and I am quite proud of each of them. The Wright means the most to me because I got it from a dear friend! The Humphreys was my 1st and it is really a super nice example that I feel fortunate to have.

    Quote Originally Posted by WhittlinAway View Post
    Ron, I really like your Humphreys Radiant!

    I can't quite tell from the photo: is the "real lamb foot" on the blade an etch or a stamp? It looks like it's got some depth to it.
    Greg - Thank you! It is stamped and quite nicely I might add.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gevonovich View Post
    Wow...what an entrance!! that Radiant is outstanding!
    Gev - Thank you, that is much appreciated!

    Quote Originally Posted by RDaneel View Post
    Ron, although only a probationary guardian (my first Lambsfoot is somewhere between Grove City and Sheffield right now), I think your Humphreys Radiant is the "real" deal.
    Thank you Dean!
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    Something I didn't fully appreciate until owning one is what a wonderfully practical pattern the lambsfoot is. I just used mine, for example, to peel—in one go —and slice a kiwi fruit and then to slice a banana while preparing a second breakfast after I got to work. It performed splendidly and the fruit is helping the patina along.



    Several of my coworkers commented on my bowl of oatmeal, but, sadly, none noticed the little helper that made it possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Half/Stop View Post
    Jack - Thank you on all 3 counts my friend! These at present are my only two, and I am quite proud of each of them. The Wright means the most to me because I got it from a dear friend! The Humphreys was my 1st and it is really a super nice example that I feel fortunate to have.


    Quote Originally Posted by WhittlinAway View Post
    Great pic Greg, the Lambsfoot is the most versatile blade shape I know of

    My most recent Lambsfoot came with a decent edge, and I've only sharpened it today (we had a run-in with a load of cardboard the other day!). It's like a straight razor now


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    Quote Originally Posted by TsarBomba View Post
    I see you have good taste in lambsfoots!
    Is the correct plural form of lambsfoot (or sheepsfoot for that matter) lambsfoots/sheepsfoots or lambsfeet/sheepsfeet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Black View Post




    Great pic Greg, the Lambsfoot is the most versatile blade shape I know of

    My most recent Lambsfoot came with a decent edge, and I've only sharpened it today (we had a run-in with a load of cardboard the other day!). It's like a straight razor now

    Absolutely a beautiful knife!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by btb01 View Post
    Is the correct plural form of lambsfoot (or sheepsfoot for that matter) lambsfoots/sheepsfoots or lambsfeet/sheepsfeet?
    I believe it is Lambsfoot/Sheepsfoot Barrett It sounds a little less strange if you pluralise knife into knives, or blade into blades, as in for example, Lambsfoot knives

    Quote Originally Posted by mitch4ging View Post
    Absolutely a beautiful knife!!
    Thanks a lot Mitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Black View Post
    Absolutely stunning photo of your absolutely gorgeous lambsfoot, Jack! If that doesn't entice folks to join the Guardians, I don't know what will.
    Last edited by WhittlinAway; 06-29-2016 at 01:06 PM. Reason: correct emoticon
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    Agreed, Jack. It definitely sounds less strange if you just say "knives."
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhittlinAway View Post
    Absolutely stunning photo of your absolutely gorgeous lambsfoot, Jack! If that doesn't entice folks to join the Guardians, I don't know what will.
    Thanks a lot Greg, you're very kind

    Quote Originally Posted by btb01 View Post
    Agreed, Jack. It definitely sounds less strange if you just say "knives."

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