Ok..can I be the one who sticks his neck out?, why a sheepsfoot as a secondary?...is there THAT much more difference in that style of blade compared to a Spey or a Wharncliffe?...What we are basically talking about here is a Jack knife, a two bladed knife,...I personally think you have to be in a VERY specific job/usage demand for the secondary blade to make all that much more difference in todays world.
Hals phots's have once again made me take a step back ( lovely knives Hal )_..but in TODAYS usage and times...what secondary blade really makes the difference compared to a Sheepsfoot to a Spey or a Wharanclifffe?..why are you demanding the old timer from Todays manufacturer?... now please dont get me wrong, Im not looking for a argument here, I simply have the old timers, and a lot of Jacks, and they are just as good as each other!
Edit..what I am trying to say is do we as users ( in today's more aesthetically demanding world-compared to actual practicality ) all sorts of different styled knife combinations really do have the demand these days in TODAYS modern world to demand a manufacturer to expect the return of income for initiating the costs of tooling such a knife?
Last edited by Campbellclanman; 04-22-2012 at 01:58 AM.
Gary Watson 16 Nov 1956 - 21 Dec 2009. Missed Incredibly.
HARNESS JACKS AND A GOOD SCOUT- THATíS WHAT ITíS ALL ABOUT