MT I have the same DMT box, it's nice, isn't it??
Still my #620311 courthouse whittler in ebony by GEC
But with a main blade sharpening/regrind Murray Carter style, worked out pretty well, almost mirror polish and now It's a shaving machine!!! You can see the reflexion of the lighter.
Working my Craftsman today.
“You gotta love livin' baby, 'cause dyin' is a pain in the ass!”
Ebony and Ivory ...
Bill Ruple: "Sowbelly Stockman" (3 13/16" closed, Jigged Bone, CPM-154).
This one is a bit different from most in that it doesn't feature any of Bill's well known file work on the liners.
It's a beautiful day in Central NY. I'll be walking the woods (unless my better half nixes it) with these two.
In anticipation of this afternoon's arrival of its sibling the 834, this morning I am totin' the Schrade Walden 832 stockman.
Gary, nice Jack Russell and the P.L. sheath
who doesn´t know what it is?
You can call me Uncle 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)
“Women don't want to hear what you think. They want to hear what they think - in a deeper voice.”
Well, the Schrade Walden 832 (bottom knife in the picture below) didn't last long in the pocket today, as the mail carrier delivered the Schrade 834.
So, the 834 has taken its place for the rest of the day.
I also live in Central New York, but unfortunately no woodswalking for me today. Driving the kids to and from practices/ music lessons with a Queen amber bone gunstock in my right front pocket and a Buck yellow comfortcraft Companion in the left front.
While deer hunting and the rest of the day
Darn! Thanks anyhow, Elliot. It looks like the shape of the handle would really put those blades in a great position opened in hand. That is the favorite part of my Rogers Sowbelly. If you cut a rope, the rope stays put naturally.
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