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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waverave, Apr 26, 2019.
Well...let's get a thread started shall we?
Haha, now that's a nice name for it!
The last several runs have went easy on my wallet...this one could be trouble
I’d like some sheep’s horn handle scales on mine please!
While I'm not typically a fan of larger slipjoints, I'm looking forward to these.
At the risk of sounding uninformed, anyone know how a "ram foot" differs from the "lambfoot" we're all familiar with? My guess is that it is an elongated sheepsfoot, but any additional information would be appreciated. My intent was to snag a Waynorth knife, and I still intend to, but "royal blue camel bone" is calling to me as well.
The difference is only in the name and it has everything to do with licensing and trademarks I'm pretty sure
Charlie's SFO 93 will be stamped with his Waynorth Cutlery, Buffalo, NY stamp and will have different etching too.
I would assume both of the 93 Tidioutes will have the PPP etch.
Edit - the lambsfoot and ramsfoot blades will be different in shape as Charlie describes later in this thread.
For reference...these were provided by @waynorth Charlie in the Guardian's thread...
Looking forward to this run! Hope I can land one of Charlie's and maybe one of the Tidoutes or Northfields!
Seems to be another decent run.i think if you can't land a Waynorth, your most likely gonna be able to land at least something that tickles your fancy. (Hopefully...)
All my knowledge of Lambsfoot VS Sheepsfoot comes from @Jack Black and the Guardians. The spine of a Lambsfoot is not parallel with the edge like it is with a Sheepsfoot. Also on the Lambsfoot, there is a distal tapering on the spine, from the scale to to the tip. As expected, Charlie has the Lambsfoot pattern down pat.
I really like the fluted bolsters and kick. Very traditional. What’s it called? Stovepipe kick?
These are going to be great.
This should be a great run, lots to choose from. Hope to pickup one of Charlies either would be great. The royal blue camel bone with boot shield from Olde Towne Cutlery should also be a beauty.
I'm looking forward to these. Gonna get the Waynorth hopefully.
So glad to see ebony on the list
93 looks great and the dark chestnut jig bone should look real sweet, hope I get lucky to get one
A great looking pattern... IMO
Reminds me on the SBJ - SBG of CASE several years ago, but on steroids. Much larger in size
Looking forward on these ones.
Well done, Charlie!
This one is calling to me. I like a lot of GEC patterns, but usually not enough to fight for one. This one is worth the fight.
I'd like/need a Waynorth Cutlery version The others? Not really...