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Thread: What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

  1. #10721
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    Boker red bone Copperliner in my left pocket, Case red bone Tiny wharncliffe Trapper in my watch pocket. I really need to start taking pics of my knives!

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    Toted around these two today. Ez-Open Sheepsfoot Jack by Ken Coats (love this knife) and a Parker scrimshawed Pen knife.





    Rick T.

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    Rick, that Ken Coats is awesome! An EZ-Open Sheepsfoot Jack ... how cool is that?

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    i'm at home today, so i'm carrying this:

    only has a 13" blade.
    CAVE CANEM RADIX LECTI ET SEMPER PARATUS
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    Quote Originally Posted by coyote711 View Post
    Rick, that Ken Coats is awesome! An EZ-Open Sheepsfoot Jack ... how cool is that?
    Thanks, Keith. Ken sure does make a mighty fine knife. I just received the knife today but I think the blades on this one are going to be perfect for the cutting chores that I normally encounter. Looking forward to a very special bond with this knife.
    Rick T.

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    Rick, truly a great knife from Ken---love the blade selection

    These two today, one I find pretty unique It's a equal end pen knife from a manufacturer with a tang stamped "Stainless Cutlery Co New York City" This little baby is absolutely razor sharp!!!









    Also carrying this 1965-1969 tang stamp Case #6232 Jack---I like the red bone a lot on this one







    Paul
    Last edited by paulhilborn; 01-01-2012 at 03:27 PM.

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    Thanks, Paul. I like that Pen knife of yours too. What's the closed length?
    Rick T.

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    Paul that Case is beautiful!

  9. #10729
    Carried my Alsdorf to ring in the new year. Will be carrying it again today.

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    Wow....Wow....yea...keep posting these beauties. Old Case...sweet knife. Alsdorf...very sexy thin lines..love it. The handle is simple elegance. the Halfrich Shadow...oh my god..come to papa...I wish...lol

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    That is an awesome edge on that one Gary!
    Kevin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railsplitter View Post
    Thanks, Paul. I like that Pen knife of yours too. What's the closed length?
    Rick,

    Rick it's 3 1/4 " closed, it absolutely disappears in the pocket, very thin as well!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by richstag View Post
    That is an awesome edge on that one Gary!
    That's Jerry's edge on there. I've never owned a knife sharper then the two I have from Mr. Halfrich. They are scary sharp.

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    It looks scary sharp
    Kevin

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    I just gave this one to my cousin for Christmas. I missed it so much that I had to order a replacement.



    In the meantime I filled the void with these two guys.



    -nate
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  17. #10737
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    LOVE that Coats EZ open.
    ~ Nate

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    I carried this new White Owl today:



    Ed J

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    Quote Originally Posted by robot37 View Post

    In the meantime I filled the void with these two guys.



    -nate
    Nate,

    What are these two beauties? Can't quite read the tang stamps but I like them both.
    Rick T.

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    If I am not crazy, that is two knives from one. The top knife was a GEC equal end cattle knife (pattern 53) that the spey and sheepsfoot were pull out of. He then had someone take the spring and blades and build the shadow pattern (black handle). I'm sure he'll correct me if I'm wrong. I seem to remember this from when I did the same thing with a sowbelly stockman, except I did not have the extra blades assembled into another knife. I call my single blade sowbelly the "Sowbelly experiment".

    Ed J
    Last edited by TLARbb; 01-01-2012 at 08:44 PM.

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