Thanks Vic, "spreads out the pressure point " sums it up perfectly. I will admit your 76 yeller has me jonesing for another. I am hooked on the yellow bone for sure, just trying not to stockpile knives. Resistance is futile, so I am told
Hey Vic, I was just playing with effects in PS. It was under rendering and some kind of clouds. I have never used the effects in photoshop so I had no idea what I was doing. Just knew I wanted something wacky to make old Ed grin
Is that jigged bubinga wood? Very nice!
I think they called it jigged cherrywood, but I honestly don't know for sure... and thanks.
Whatever it is, I agree, it looks great. It would be right at home in the woods imho.
Looks like a Lanny's Clip. I done know whether is a Tony or Reese Bose, Cramer, Hampton, Pena, Chamblin, Overynder, who did I leave out...............Some day I will...lol
Got to walk the dogs this morning and then we will head over to the farmers market and then to our local Oktoberfest beer fest and last but not least, a soak in the lovely Norris hot springs, the only all wood hot springs pool in MT. I will have these two on me all day, Boker lockback and a Phil Dobson in Cocobolo, kangaroo leather laynyard, his mom made the horizontal sheath w/ Cocobolo onlay. Have a great weekend everyone.
MT = Montana
Avatar- Conner on the Amphitheater in Scapegoat wilderness
My boyhood Colonial with its new adult clothes.
A visit to the Country Pile today, weather tipping down with rain though.
Two in action: A recently sharpened (and thus formidable) Queen Cutlery Teardrop liner lock in ACSB. Now sharp, this thing will cut anything I swear!
Also venturing out a GEC 66 Jack in Rotten Banana bought from a fellow forumite to whom I'm very grateful.
Let the week-end continue! Will
Nice looking edge on that Colonial Doug!
Fooling around with my camera on an overcast Saturday, I shot these photos of the Colonial.
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