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The Wharncliffe blades they put on their trappers could sure pass for a lambsfoot!
Not all that old, but definitely a friend!
Great posts, Cal and Dylan! Calvin, those Westerns make me drool . . . you have some REAL beauties in there!
Took another pic of some Woodcraft style skinners.
From the left: Marbles USA Gamegetter @ 8¼", Western L88 @ 9", BluntCut Custom @ 9⅜"
Just arrived today, a Western L88 from the early 1970s.
I actually had to go out of the house today, so I put pants on for the first time in a while. :eek:
So . . . back to a couple of bigger knives...
Here is a pocket version (6.42") by BFC maker Stoil Manchev from Bulgaria. Quality is superb!
Henry, the vodka is Svedka from Sweden. It's what Costco carries at a very good price, and since I don't drink it straight, it works fine for...
Great posts, guys, keep 'em coming!
That's a stout looking skinner, ED! Some Rigids from that era were German made, is yours German or American?
What a wonderful heirloom!
Jack . . . you're makin' me thirsty! :D
Here is another favorite I failed to include in my opening photos. A Schrade 497L finger notched stacked leather from the '49er series.
Great stuff, Bruce, thanks for posting. While the leather handles feel better to me, the Black Beauties are pretty grippy in their own right, and...
Thank you, John!
I agree about the stacked leather for a handle. The only thing that comes close for me is coarse G10 for a user. Jigged Delrin ain't bad,...
1989 S&W model 25-9 in 45 Colt with jelio rhombic puukko
Very nice! Beautiful photo, too.
There isn't much I can't do with this trio of modern and traditional knives.