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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modoc ED View Post
    CV 4" Case 6292 4-dot (1986 manufactured) "Texas Jack" with bone covers


    Modoc, that is a particularly solid looking knife
    Beautiful shoes, and a usefull blade combo... How is it in hand with the different blades open?
    Looks like it is a well planned design...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railsplitter View Post
    Now that is one cool photo!!
    Quote Originally Posted by richstag View Post
    I'm with Rick, that's a real cool shot P
    Quote Originally Posted by sitflyer View Post
    +1, Well done Pertinux!
    Talk about small, sharp, and pointy!
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    hope no pets were harmed during photo shoot !!!! lol nice pics!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by supratentorial View Post
    I think your cat likes that one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Robert.B View Post
    Awwww I had to give my kitty a cuddle seeing those pics!
    Thanks, guys. I'd already taken a couple pictures when the black kitten slowly stretched out his paw and placed it on the knife handle, just so. Serendipity!

    And, not to worry, I'm very careful around the kittens. These are new foster babies, about four weeks old, and they were just barely waking (and moving in slow motion) when I took a few quick pictures. In any other circumstance, there's no way I'd have a blade open near them; even so I had my other hand poised just out of the frame ready to snatch knife or kitten(s) if needed. The kittens develop so quickly, I don't anticipate having (or seeking to create) another open-blade opportunity again with this litter.

    Speaking of Case:
    Quote Originally Posted by John G View Post
    Seahorse whittler, yes? What do you think of it for its intended purpose? I do enjoy your blog.

    lutejones, I also like those little figures very much.

    ~ P.

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    Case 32087 CV Pen


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    Quote Originally Posted by sitflyer View Post
    Modoc, that is a particularly solid looking knife
    Beautiful shoes, and a usefull blade combo... How is it in hand with the different blades open?
    Looks like it is a well planned design...
    It sits in the hand nicely regardless of which blade is open with no protrusion to dig into the fingers when using it. It is the two blade version of Cases three blade 92 pattern stockman.
    ED

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    Today, I'm carrying this one -- CV 4" Case 6347 5-dot (1985 manufacture) Stockman. Note the mismatched covers.


    ED

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    LSCF Swayback by John Lloyd, stunning piece.

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    This setup again



    Kind regards
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    S & M series IX 4" stockman w/ ATS-34 blades and worm grooved scales,
    and an Anton Wengen Jr lobster.





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    Quote Originally Posted by pertinux View Post
    Speaking of Case:


    Seahorse whittler, yes? What do you think of it for its intended purpose? I do enjoy your blog.


    ~ P.
    Thanks, man! I like the Seahorse for carving. The main blade's spine is wide enough for a comfortable thumb-push, avoiding the "whittler's thumb"
    you get from thinner spines when working for an extened period. The smaller blades are great for detail work.



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    I was out on the trout stream this morning with my Menefee Half Congress in my pocket;

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPNKr View Post
    LSCF Swayback by John Lloyd, stunning piece.

    Indeed it is!

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    A "9 Dot" BF GEC
    The F&F on this one impresses me every time I look at it.

    Stu

    "The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug."

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    I get a little jealous every time I see one of those 2011 Bladeforums knives. I really wish I was able to get in on that one.

    Can anyone recommend me a similar pattern (1 blade, 1 screwdriver/cap lifter)? Or better yet is anyone out there willing to part with theirs?

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    Menefee 3 1/4 inch Swayback.


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    That micarta is coming along on that Menefee congress. I love how mine show age and use. Great knife.

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    I'm carrying and using a Menefee dogleg today. One day I'll figure out how to post pictures and be able to participate a little more on this great sub forum.

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    picked up this case red bone CV mini muskrat today to replace my lost case pen knife. really loving this thing!

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    Took my Case BSA olive bone pen to work today, Schatt autumn gold bone spear whittler in my pocket right now. The Schatt is one of my favorite whittlers, the FnF is fine and the walk and talk terrific.

    Every time I see one of those Lloyd swayback's I drool a little, what great knives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by confucius37 View Post
    Can anyone recommend me a similar pattern (1 blade, 1 screwdriver/cap lifter)?
    There are a few vintage patterns that incorporate those features though I'm not sure what they'd be called. One more modern-style option is the Vic Bantam which I like with Alox scales.

    Back on trackL Today I had my GEC Farmer.

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