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Even though this little beauty has moved on since this shot was taken it was originally welcomed with open arms here and gave me great pleasure...
Carried these two for the last few days and I can't see any reason to change...
... except for the others I like to carry. :)
Sad news indeed. God bless those who loved Stan and may he rest in peace.
Jack, it's really cool that you were able to meet and spent time with Mr. Shaw! :cool:
Tributes flood in for Stan Shaw, Sheffield's last 'little...
It's great that they were make sturdy. They're such nice knives that one would want them to last yet still be able to use. Thanks for bringing...
Very nice Mike! Great color. Thanks for taking the time to share it with us. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Terrific trio! :thumbsup::thumbsup: I'd sure like to see the whiskey bone peanut someday.
Glad you survived the Schrade insolence.
Oh such a...
@waynorth Interesting Charlie. Could that be considered an internal barlow? :confused::D
BTW nice group! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Thank you Jack. It's always a pleasure to join in! Old Friends Friday serves as a gentle but effective reminder to me, that I sure nuff, have a...
Thank you John, nothing quite like decorative ironwood.
GEC does acrylics well so I'm liking your "Birdog". :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Livri by Fox Cutlery of Maniago Italy. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Route 66 always a good choice my friend. :)
Thanks for the info, 1095... even better! :cool:
BTW wonderful shot of your Pemberton!
Thank you. and three beauties they are. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Thanks! So useful I've book marked your post for later reference. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Since starting this thread almost three years ago I've learned a few things about what I like in smalls. Your posts have helped me in this...
So useful it's rarely left behind.
Jack I can see where the word 'sneck' may have began... the Farmer and the gate latch both say "sneck" when...
Farmer assists with gate latch repair. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Thank you! I'm ready too!
I love living in the northern Midwest but it makes February the longest month of the year... by far. ;)
...remember flowers? :)
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