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    I appreciate the compliment, Kevin!

    Some fine knives today.

    I love the pic and what you did to the knife, Sturzi!

    Boggs, such good taste!! I love that Schaller.

    Looks like heaven, Fes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humppa View Post
    @jacktrades: Today, both of us seemed to have the very same taste
    Hi Andi, good taste ,
    I missed the sheepfoot blade lately, and this one has one just how i like it, so today i picked it from my other stockmen, and wasn't disappointed. But i didn't expect to be, the yellow stockman being my favorite all around edc, not just urban like the peanut, which i think is now planing how to slice me...

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    Queen & KaBar


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    Quote Originally Posted by Humppa View Post
    @jacktrades: Today, both of us seemed to have the very same taste
    I had mine on me today as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Art_Vandeley View Post
    I had mine on me today as well.

    Oh well, must be something in the european air that made the three of us carry the same knife today. Or is it just because it is such a good EDC ?

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    I believe, it´s each of the reasons... maybe the heavy rain right here made me take it because of the yellow handles...
    You can call me Pappa Andi!
    Nun war dieser brave Lehrer, Von dem Tobak ein Verehrer, Was man ohne alle Frage, Nach des Tages Müh und Plage, Einem guten, alten Mann, Auch von Herzen gönnen kann.
    (Wilhelm Busch, german author, 1832 - 1908)

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    My immortal ... in my hand for all of these years


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    That Ulster is particularly iconic, must be in its own pantheon

    Today the postman fetched me a Queen Country Sodbuster all the way across the ocean from the USA. VERY pleased with the feel of it, the fit&finish, but I've been busy beavering away on the diamonds, unsurprisingly

    Regards, Will

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    Amber bone cv trapper and yellow cv peanut

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    Enjoying a well made beer and a well made knife this afternoon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevonovich View Post
    My immortal ... in my hand for all of these years

    I bet that ol' girl could tell some mighty fine stories

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    Carried this one again today.

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    Totin' one of my fav small knives!
    Love these two!!

    They both pack quite a punch for being so small.

    KG


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevonovich View Post
    My immortal ... in my hand for all of these years

    That makes you the fourth with the yeller stockman for yesterday But i gotta admit, that one in your picture looks best.
    Today, the same, not as good looking though, ...yet


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    These two knives are with me today

    You can call me Pappa Andi!
    Nun war dieser brave Lehrer, Von dem Tobak ein Verehrer, Was man ohne alle Frage, Nach des Tages Müh und Plage, Einem guten, alten Mann, Auch von Herzen gönnen kann.
    (Wilhelm Busch, german author, 1832 - 1908)

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    I'll add to the Case yellow fever on this page. I also have the pen in my pocket today.


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    This one caught my eye this morning...



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    Jacktrades and Deadfall
    Thank you gentleman!

    Great pic and knife, Sitflyer! Long live "The Cult of Canoe"

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    Picture is from a few days ago but it was a good combination so I'm carrying it again. A.G. Russell 3.0 lockback and an Izula. Worked well for weatherstripping some storm windows. The Izula scraped off the old adhesive and the AGR made perfect cuts on the new material.

    ~ Nate

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    Quote Originally Posted by markksr View Post
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    Which Queen model is that? I do not recognize it.

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