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    Carrying my harvest orange pocketworn Case peanut (as usual), and I slipped a Gerber LST on my left pocket just for kicks.



    The LST's not purely a traditional, I know, but its bare-bones, no-nonsense nature appeals to my sense of tradition, and its low price and bang for the buck appeal to my well-deserved reputation as a tight a**! I also appreciate that it's made in the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnblade View Post
    Carrying my harvest orange pocketworn Case peanut (as usual), and I slipped a Gerber LST on my left pocket just for kicks.



    The LST's not purely a traditional, I know, but its bare-bones, no-nonsense nature appeals to my sense of tradition, and its low price and bang for the buck appeal to my well-deserved reputation as a tight a**! I also appreciate that it's made in the U.S.
    I own an LST that I have had for about 15 years..Its done a lot of work for a cheap little knife and still has another 15 years left in her.

  3. #1043
    Quote Originally Posted by Gary W. Graley View Post
    a few SAK's always, Executive and Electrican

    An Equal ended Cattlemen's knife, very nice 1981 vintage





    A Case Tuxedo, also sweet





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    Gary, who made that NKCA knife? Looks like a Schatt.
    I've got an eye out today.



    And the little on in the middle again. Everyone says it looks like a fishing lure.


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    Took this one for a pocket ride today



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    Quite surprised to see you with that; it ain't a sowbelly.

    NICE! Though..

    G.

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    Berkley posted that it was;
    LG4 says the 1981 NKCA knife is a "Queen stag equal-end cattle"
    Nice one too!
    G2
    "The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Tigre View Post
    Quite surprised to see you with that; it ain't a sowbelly.

    NICE! Though..

    G.

    I'm broadening my horizions

  8. #1048
    Going shopping with the Wife today and this is all I'll have. A couple Sodbusters in my pocket...

    Last edited by babakanoosh45; 08-16-2009 at 04:52 PM.

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    I think I am going to pocket this one today and let my Trapper take a short break.

    Victorinox Tinker

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    Buck Creek Stag Sowbelly.

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    Have you got a pic of that dude Mora?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ever3 View Post
    Have you got a pic of that dude Mora?
    I wish could get you a pic. My ex-wife got the camera. I'm planning on getting one after the holidays. Keep your eyes open. I'll be showing off a lot of new stuff

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    I carry and use the same knife everyday. Case CV Sodbuster Jr. in yellow. I found it near work and asked around. No one claimed it so it now rides in my pocket. Nice patina with a little pitting but it holds a pretty good edge.

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    That NCKA cattleman is starting to get to me... *drool*

    I am still with the Amherst hunter and small canoe...

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    Two blade Catt jack.Going in for a bath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Tigre View Post
    That NCKA cattleman is starting to get to me... *drool*...
    As you should here's another photo I forgot to post, with the smaller blade open;



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    Boker Tang Brand Canoe in carbon with red pick bone.

    Just started carrying it, and it is beginning to get a nice color to the blade.
    It is much smaller and thinner than my Queen Canoe.
    Easier to carry.

    Just took my youngest out to dinner, and she really liked the red bone!
    She then started spinning it around and around.
    She looked up kind of embaressed that she had become so absorbed in the spinning.
    She grinned and said 'nice knife, Daddy'

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    Proud to say I have my Case antique bone cigar whittler in my left front pocket. I have a suede slip sheath that carries the knife upright in my pocket.

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    I pulled this one outta my box last night, been with me all day, I even used it to cut up some Reindeer Sausage, (not Santa's real reindeer kids ) my brother sent me, a 1989 100 year anniversary Small Gunstock pattern with Christmas Tree Scales.

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  20. #1060
    Quote Originally Posted by 4ever3 View Post
    Took this one for a pocket ride today


    I love 'em when they take on that look of age.It has many more to go.

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