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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by knifeswapper, Jul 20, 2020.
Much appreciated Mike.
Thanks Mike! I voted gunstock.
Gunstock might be very interesting. Different. Any photos?
I voted Swinguard Spear 4" It's pulling up the rear in this poll.
That's how I voted. Why not get something new?
“In” for 2 regardless of the model, but like the Swayback Wharncliffe option
Only 298 more commitments needed
Same for me, I have been stalking the CK site trying to decide on a purchase so this will make my decision much easier
2009 and 2017 were both Barlows.
The Lionsteels are rather modern looking to my eye, but a wildly varying, natural material like ram's horn might balance that out.
The swing guard got my attention, lock back preferred (assuming there is a choice about that).
mikeMike, you are the best! I appreciate all you do to make this happen, especially in a year like we have had this year. Barlow with a clip is my pick but I'm in no matter what the offering. Thanks again!
A good point, well explained.
I'd like to see a spear or drop point
I would like to vote for gunstock twice...
I placed a vote for the gunstock. Something new for a Forum knife 2020.
Big thanks for even considering this, Mike.
I've got my fingers crossed for a swayback forum knife.
That's right, I forgot about 2017...
Many many thanks you bold man of action!!
Barlows, pfeh they are everywhere, a swinguard would be fresh new lively, effervescent!
Since that won't happen my second choice is a bolus.
One more onto the pile here: thank you Mike for opening this thread and offering your time and effort.
I have never thought much of the modern traditionals but I certainly appreciate good craftsmanship in any form. After a little more research I have warmed to the idea and put my vote in for a sowbelly, which I think would look lovely with horn covers. Regardless, I will likely buy at least one of whichever model is selected.
I look forward to the long discussion thread(s) on this topic to come!
The Swayback Wharncliffe would make for a very memorable knife.