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Calf Roper dressed in Ebony.
Hmmmmmmmmm - Where have I seen that before. Lookin good John. Ebony makes it pop.:thumbsup:
The most striking detail in that picture are the sunken pins .
Buck Creek Copperhead
@JohnDF and @r8shell - I might try a Bugout down the road but for now I'm pretty invested in the mini-Griptilian (I have four) along with a few...
Although not often thought of as a Trapper, the Case Saddlehorn is a Large Trapper. Most have two blades; however, here is a 2011 Case 4 5/8" SS...
Could be the difference between them is the manufacturer of the micarta. One's natural micarta is different from the other.
Well John @JohnDF, I gotta say in my own defense that the Docs have had me on some pretty good "kick-a-poo joy juice":eek: to prep me for visits...
I just flat out missed this one John @JohnDF When and how did you aquire X-Caliber?
Staying home today but have designated this Case XX Saddlehorn as my house carry knife.
Yep, it turned out really nice. There's just a spec or two of rust on the knife now and I left that on purpose. Just a swipe with an oily rag...
Thanks Gary @Peregrin. Everything is coming into line and it looks promising for the future. I've just got to go back every three months for...
Mudbug - Red Linen Micarta on a tin roof for a little experiment I did on Micarta fading.
All cleaned up after the test.
Fuel for your afterburner.:eek:
CASE XX 52154W SS Tiny Trapper with Stag covers.
Case XX CV/SS 6318 Stockman. It's interesting that the Clip and Sheepfoot blades are CV while the Spay blade marked "For Flesh Only" is SS.
Case XX CV 4" 6292 Texas Jack
A lot of people assume that because a knife is etched for example, 1 of 3000 that 3000 of the knives were made. That may have been the plan when...
I'm gonna tote this Otter-Messer Sheepfoot Anchor knife to town today and around the property this afternoon. Besides, we are sending "Jack Alan...
Boker Copperhead with a shark tooth