I posted a shot of this one in the bareheaded jack thread, but it belongs here too. As I said over there, I have not been around in a long time, but I had to stop back by and post a shot of this one Glenn just reworked for me. It was a cheap stamped steel shell knife that he turned into a real...
I have not been around in a long time, but I had to stop back by and post a shot of this one Glenn just reworked for me. It was a cheap stamped steel shell knife that he turned into a real beauty with smooth ivory bone. Thanks again Glenn - I love what you do to my old knives!
Glad to see this one up top again. I posted one from November 2012 of me alongside my dad and son on page 13, so I guess an update is in order.
My wife snapped this shot of me checking emails while we were waiting for the pepper eating contest to begin at our local hot sauce festival last...
My two green bone knives together.
Glenn rehandled this old Camillus for me.
I also have a couple green Vics. Here's an old pic of the Signature Lite.
My old beater Classic alongside my wife's newer translucent blue.
I had a Fieldmaster on my tool belt during the years I worked as a carpenter, but I am no longer a professional tradesman. It saw so much daily action the cellidor handles cracked and chipped, and 25 years later I replaced them with nylon.
I rarely carry a Vic in my pocket, because I always...
This would be easy for me. The Texas Jack. Why easy? For years I have carried two blade jack knives and found them to be all the knife I ever needed. And, as you well know Ryan, that secondary blade is quite a stout one, not the typical small pen blade.
Except for a straight edge like a...
The last gift I gave my granddad, for Christmas 1971, which I received back as a gift from my grandma the next Christmas, a couple months after he passed unexpectedly.
Schrade 708Y, recently made whole again by Glenn