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    You can trust in that, Ryan

    Everytime I get a new knife I give them a stern talking to. I explain to them that they are not my only knife and they may miss me at times.

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    lol
    outstanding

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    Quote Originally Posted by richstag View Post

    Okay, so Jackknife is more of a general term and then there are patterns? What pattern would this knife be described as? Or am I not understanding this correctly?

    Thanks for helping me understand.

    Kevin
    Kevin,

    LG4 defines this knife as a Cattle knife,double ended jack, Eureka pattern.

    The waters really can get muddied when discussing patterns but I find the terminology interesting to say the least.
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    Thank you, Ken! I find it very interesting too. What is LG4?

    I know I have commented on a lot of your knives, but that one grabbed a hold of me more than any other knife. For a while I was really stuck on equal end cigar type patterns. Lately I have REALLY been enjoying patterns with a little more shape if that makes sense

    Kevin

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken erickson View Post

    These photos of it really add to my attraction of the knife. The spear blade with the tang completely sunk into the joint. That is one reason I like my GEC 57 whittler. But your knife is so much more graceful and subtle in design. It looks like a knife that would be perfect for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richstag View Post
    Thank you, Ken! I find it very interesting too. What is LG4?

    I know I have commented on a lot of your knives, but that one grabbed a hold of me more than any other knife. For a while I was really stuck on equal end cigar type patterns. Lately I have REALLY been enjoying patterns with a little more shape if that makes sense

    Kevin
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    Thank you Jack!

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    Ken, those DE EE Jacks on the previous page are really something! I have no words, just wow!

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    Ken Erickson 3 5/5" Serpentine Jack


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    Im carrying this beaut with me the last few days after giving it a bit of a revival...
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    Perfect picture, Duncan!!

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    Why thank you Sir
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    psssssst, want a beautiful Barlow? I know just the guy who can help ya out
    Wanted: Charlies SFO'S I would like to collect these, please contact me - thanks very much. Do you have any HJ's? Duncan.

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    Nice old knife, but why does the dog appear so unconcerned?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNoyes View Post
    Nice old knife, but why does the dog appear so unconcerned?
    ...because nobody's jammed an OSS dagger through his head yet?
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    Hi Charlie... The dogs a girl...thats probably why, and her bits got taken too! lol
    Gary Watson 16 Nov 1956 - 21 Dec 2009. Missed Incredibly.

    psssssst, want a beautiful Barlow? I know just the guy who can help ya out
    Wanted: Charlies SFO'S I would like to collect these, please contact me - thanks very much. Do you have any HJ's? Duncan.

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    A careful examination of my avatar will show that, indeed, there is no head in that beret.

    But, your observational humor is noted and appreciated.
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    My recently rehandled Camillus jack arrived back home Wednesday, and it has been in my pocket ever since.


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    Again Doug...that knife looks so good now-well done to you and Glenn mate
    Gary Watson 16 Nov 1956 - 21 Dec 2009. Missed Incredibly.

    psssssst, want a beautiful Barlow? I know just the guy who can help ya out
    Wanted: Charlies SFO'S I would like to collect these, please contact me - thanks very much. Do you have any HJ's? Duncan.

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    technically a trapper is a jack knife ...or am i mistaken?

    i believe i am correct, so i will post these because i can



    and my PRECIOUS (lol again)



    and together


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    Here are some of medium sized jack knives. Three older ones I only recently came across. They've been in a bag in a closet for many years.

    Just the three older ones.

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