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  1. JB in SC

    Books Old Abercrombie and Fitch catalogs in PDF

    Gone the way of the Dodo, as did the Eddie Bauer of the 60’s when I bought Fin Nor fixed bail spinning reels and Leitz binoculars :)
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    A wheel gun thread on a knife forum S&W Model 19 alternative

    The new Colt King Cobra in 3” is a good shooter, not Python smooth but the DA is about eight pounds.
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    Who still carries a Case Knife?

    I have a Swayback and Sodbuster in Chestnut Bone, love the jigging and color on them.
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    Remington Prospector 2021 Baby Bullet Discussion and Picture Thread

    @Signalprick Jason, from the 1935 catalog. Notice the woodcut, I’ve never seen an original that had the nicks on the same side. The R1123 was introduced in 1920 but didn’t make the catalog until 1921.
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    Remington Prospector 2021 Baby Bullet Discussion and Picture Thread

    @mb> Either .30 or .35 Remington for the Prospector, they would be the correct era for the original R1173. The Remington Model 8 self loader was made from 1906 until 1936 in .25, .30, .32, and .35 Remington. The .35 Remington remained a popular cartridge in the Marlin 336 (in direct competition...
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    Remington Prospector 2021 Baby Bullet Discussion and Picture Thread

    Nice, but the Schrade jigging just doesn’t look right on a Remington branded knife. I know…first world problems :)
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    "Carl's Lounge" (Off-Topic Discussion, Traditional Knife "Tales & Vignettes")

    I'm an old Georgia native, never used Coke as a generic. Coke or Pepsi (blasphemy), soda is a northern term. Oddly, Dr Pepper was fairly popular among some of my older relatives in 50's. Tasted nothing like the Dr Pepper of today...almost medicinal.
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    Traditional Knives and Toys

    @bigfish64 my hands and fingers hurt just thinking about assembling (and disassembling) all those Lego pieces my grandson had. I guess he's moved on to other things for now.
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    Your newest addition:traditionals of course!

    @hornetguy that’s a nice one, my son has a couple of the new Bökers that are extremely well finished. I was very impressed
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    Old Friends Friday

    That’s one of the nicest Davison’s I’ve seen @Jack Black very elegant.
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    Let's see your good old basic fixed blades, Bowie's, Stickers, etc.

    Very nice, Browning has commissioned some fine knives over the years. The Japanese and Gerber made are my favorites. Some like the Bailey Bradshaw folder are incredibly well made. Vastly underrated by most in my opinion.
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    Let's see your good old basic fixed blades, Bowie's, Stickers, etc.

    Steam Mill Hollow Forge (photo by Don Hanson III ABS-MS)
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    "Carl's Lounge" (Off-Topic Discussion, Traditional Knife "Tales & Vignettes")

    Had seven in the back yard the other night, Rudolph was missing....
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    Did your Traditional knife get a workout today? -Part II

    Uh cut open a pack of Blueberry Little Bites...tough going :)
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    "Carl's Lounge" (Off-Topic Discussion, Traditional Knife "Tales & Vignettes")

    It amazes me to see the elaborate slip on grips Hogue offers for semi-autos. Whodathunk…
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    Case Tony Bose Collabs pic and discussion thread.

    That should be a great pattern at 4” closed. Hope you’re doing well Mike.
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