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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Well, it came sooner than expected. Thanks goes out to Jack and Charlie for their help. Very fine Gentlemen.
Thank you Jack. I have "Low Life" enroute as well.
Thank you Ron! Much appreciated.
Preston if I had known you were an Army vet I wouldn't have used the Marines as an example. Thank you for your service and I have the utmost respect and appreciation for the bodies and souls who put themselves in harm's way irregardless of the uniform. Again, thank you my friend.
Thank you Harvey. I love the low-light ebony composition.
Great shot Vince. Rich caramel coloring in your stag.
Thank you GT!
You are very kind with your detailed thoughtful comments GT. I am always appreciative.
Union Jack sittin on the bay... Handsome fellow.
Gorgeous example there Big Bill. Very nice indeed.
Have a great evening and night all
Congrats @Onebigbill - lookin' good You're gonna love it
Great pics by everyone, I've been enjoying them. Been kinda busy lately and haven't had much time to do more than hit the "like" button
It's kinda weird when you have to figure out how to find time to get things done when you're retired
Makes you wonder how you got it all done when you were working - except now there's the addition of more Dr. appointments
My first Lambsfoot
Many thanks Gary...
How about a family portrait?
These things are like rabbits!
I'm glad you still had a nice morning John But.....Darn it!
Yes, I would would rather have even thickness, and prefer my stag fairly thin on a pocket knife. In the past, I've seen Sheffield knives where the stag has been cut way too thick, and then the bark has been lost as it's been finished I don't know if Wright's will ever get hold of more Sambar, but if they ever learn more about matching it, they might also charge us more! Thank you for the compliments my friend
Cool pics Preston, and thank you
We did sit down a fair few times in the six miles Harvey In fact I think we had a pint per mile! Lovely photo of your ebony US Lambsfoot
Great-looking pile-side Vince
Good news Dave
LOL! Scenic pic my friend
I'm sure glad that worked out well in the end Vince
That's a nice one Bill, hope you like it
I hope you find it as interesting as I did Dwight That's a splendid pic my friend
Nice to see that IXL OG
Good-looking flock Vince
Hope everyone is having a good day I'm heading off down to the market again tomorrow morning. Leeds best fish & chip shop is closing down very soon, so I said I'd treat the fellers to fish and chips
Couldn't have done it without you, Jack.
Spectacular knife, seen from all sides!!!
There is no doubt, a stag full of character!!
Hello OG. That’s an awesome Barlow.
@Onebigbill Congratulations. That sure is one nice looking Sambar HH Barlow Lambsfoot.
@Foddering Thank you. Great tonal range in a fine image, Dwight.
@Jack Black A pint/mi. Now that I could do. Have fun tomorrow. So nice of you.
All the best to you, Jack. Good photo of your beautiful stag!
Nice HHB, as nice when something that nice gets to you fast.
Thank you, Dwight, not to worry, it was a great complement to Dutch and his attitude and approach to his job as a retriever.
OG, I do understand, when working I was younger and could do more without as many naps That was an excellent first lambfoot!
Wonderful family shot, Vince. Yes they are much like rabbits.
Jose, those two photos of that handsome HHB cause me to lean to the right and grab onto my chair thinking I might be falling
Great photo Jack! I hope you have a great day with your friends and a great lunch of fish and chips!
This is not good!!! The loss of a good fish and chip shop is like losing a prized possession!!! Same thing is happening over here, shops that have been run by families for decades are closing because the kids want to pursue other interests. I cannot blame them, especially with these small businesses becoming soft targets for attacks and robberies. So you enjoy your feed of fish and chips, and don't forget to get yourself a good old fashioned Pickle Onion.
Great photo Preston!