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Ebony Eureka Jack. The coping point and the belly on the main blade make a great pairing.
Long wait for this one but, worth it.
Waiting for a patina that will keep my reflection out of the blade!
The "Smithhammer fence post shot" it's a pity these fields are normally as green as Ireland this time of year but we've had no rain since...
I don't normally feel the need of a linerlock but, on a Wharncliffe it's reassuring.[IMG][/IMG]
RR white bone, very nicely made.
Both beautiful but, stag seems to last longer and is quite a bit more costly.
Beautiful scales, every one unique. Enjoy!
You need to consider another dealer Derrick, mine sends me the sharp ones.;-)
No, they are not typical large, GEC i.e. thick. The blade is flat ground to a narrow profile and quite sharp, excellent slicer.
Your wish is my command Sir "with the houndstooth."[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]
"Colt Carbon Steel Traditionals" !!!!???? Music to my ears! Where?
Thanks Will, they're dandy little knives, rock solid and ridiculously cheap. Like the Opie, everyone ought to have one.
So, this is the one I carry most.
The Wharncliffe is peerless for piercing!
Just me but, the 55 sticks out like the star saxophonist flanked by studio sidemen.
I d been watching the development of the Northwoods # 44 since it's first appearance on the forum. Had hoped to stuff my own stocking with one....
If I ever decide to break the $400 barrier on a knife, trust me, it won't be a new Case!
I don't think you're being too picky at all. It looks like heck. When you get a black ebony scale to contrast with a nickel silver bolster your...