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

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    Robeson
    Kinda like this one after cleaning it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humppa View Post
    @combat: That Mora looks great. That´s one of the original one with the redpainted handles without a handguard. How long do you already have this? The production stopped a long time ago, I can remember.

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    Andi
    They are still being made, same build and quality.

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    My first traditional knife in 30 years arrived today so I'm totin' it. This is my new Sway Back Jack.



    Still have the Henckles red jigged bone trapper I bought 30 some years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevonovich View Post
    Robeson
    Kinda like this one after cleaning it up
    Nice, interesting looking knife. It looks like the scales are inset into a steel frame...?

    Sam

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    yesterday
    case mini copperlock
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    VANCEHAM

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    I'm not sure, but it will be one of these today.
    I know nuh-thing.

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    This boring thing again lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by avoidspam View Post
    Nice, interesting looking knife. It looks like the scales are inset into a steel frame...?

    Sam
    Thanks for the compliment Sam. Yes, there is a nickel silver frame that the scales fit into and looks rather difficult to accomplish. Maybe why I have never seen anything else like it.

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    4" CV Case 6292 Texas Jack

    ED

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    Case 32087 CV, that arrived yesterday. Snapped a few more pics of it this morning.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevonovich View Post
    Thanks for the compliment Sam. Yes, there is a nickel silver frame that the scales fit into and looks rather difficult to accomplish. Maybe why I have never seen anything else like it.
    My thoughts too, lovely to see that kind of workmanship

    Sam

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    I'm a totin' a pair of Queens ...


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    Order of the Patina Patina

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    My brother bought me this Case Copperhead in sky blue for my B-day a few days ago and have been carrying it since while I'm not a huge fan of Tru-sharp this may sway my opinion.

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    This one, courtesy of sitflyer's Giveaway:



    Not that there isn't an Owl in another of my pocketses.

    ~ P.

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    Congrats again on the stockman, and clever picture!

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    My "one year challenge" with my 57 has already failed.



    Just too nice for me. Every time I use it I am polishing it like a mad man. I also miss the extra blade length of my 85. Its not much more but it makes a big difference for some reason.

    So I am back to my 85



    Maybe this one will stay in my pocket for the next year without any "challenge"

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    Quote Originally Posted by epetrillo View Post
    My first traditional knife in 30 years arrived today so I'm totin' it. This is my new Sway Back Jack.



    Still have the Henckles red jigged bone trapper I bought 30 some years ago.
    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by richstag View Post
    My "one year challenge" with my 57 has already failed.



    Just too nice for me. Every time I use it I am polishing it like a mad man. I also miss the extra blade length of my 85. Its not much more but it makes a big difference for some reason.

    So I am back to my 85



    Maybe this one will stay in my pocket for the next year without any "challenge"
    That's what sold me on the #85! Both my #56 and my Conductor I find a little too small for EDC. The #56 I'll keep because it's a sweet knife, the Conductor will probably find a new home...



    Bullnose again.

    Sam

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    Sam,

    I feel bad giving up, but why carry something you feel bad using?? I will be keeping the 57 though

    Its a gem of a knife.

    Kevin

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    Ka-Bar Doghead Christmas.




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