Henry Beige I think that is why you don't see a lot more of those around I also went to go look them up and had to pump the brakes on that whole thing a little bit haha. I went through the same thing with the blue giraffe bone Peanut that just came out.
I am really hoping that the AG Russell brand continues and they produce more of those but in a different material perhaps. I wonder if they would do the possible BF Cult of the Peanut knife?
I bid you God's speed Weedhopper. Count me in on the A G Russell mammoth (Wharnie please) Prince of Peanuts. However if Rough Rider is our maker of choice I offer nothing but praise for them. Rough Riders are giants in quality for your $$ and take a backseat to no-one, all things being equal.The cogs are turning...I am going to look into this. It might not be a Case/Bose collab but I'd bet we can find something. I really doubt it will be a problem to get enough folks in on it.
I thought the Russell pinched peanut looked good until a look at the site reminded me of the price. Under the New Dystopia, some ordinary things are going to be meant strictly for billionaires.
Ordinarily I love half stops too. The older I get, the more arthritis is affecting me. I can tell that the A. G. Russell pinched peanut is safer with my hands the way they are now. It is easy to manipulate without that feeling it is going to get away. I read jackknife’s experience getting rid of his beloved peanut because of arthritis, and I don’t believe that I will have to give up on my pinched peanut. Maybe we should get a collection together and get jackknife an A. G. Russell pinched peanut for all the good he has done us and let him test the theory.
Nice job. I really like the blue bone knives case does. Yours is a beautiful example.Despite my previously stated (and still held) opinion on the ugliness of its shield, my blue bone peanut is becoming my most-used knife for whittlin' out of my three 'nuts, because the Corn Cob jigging grooves give me the most secure grip. Here is a small spoon that I carved mainly with Blue Bone (used the pen blade to carve out the bowl and the clip blade to shape the outside and handle).
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