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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Great story Paul. That looks like some super black ebony too. Gorgeous.
Thanks Dwight, it's dark as night, just the way I like it
BEAUTIFUL Summer night on the deck with Lambfoot, birds (decoy) and cigar
Thought that was a real boid!
I use him a deterrent so the gold finches won't poop on my railing, they don't sit on my railing anymore, they just accomplish the task by perching on the pergola above
The perfect walk and talk out of the tube ever! No oil flush on either of my knives was needed! Posing with my new wallet.
Oh ya, happy Friday Guardians! Hope you get to spend your weekend in a way that is rewarding and refreshes your brain. GET OUTSIDE!
Happy Friday, folks. The weekend awaits!
Happy Friday (an hour left for me), Dylan! Consistently good pics. Fantastic knives.
Have a rockin' weekend Guardians!
Thank you very much, Jack! It would be much easier if I could keep up!
I do love the Big 'Un!
Thanks! The compass is a Stanley of London... it's a real gem!
Thanks again, Jack!
Thank you for the kind words, Matt!
Thank you kindly, Dwight!
Great responses...very scientific!
Gracias Gary, a Great Gift!
Dandy compass and Lamb photo, Jack! The compass looks well traveled!
That's awsome, I look forwad to your Lambsfoot!
I'll be making mine out of 52100 as soon as I get to feeling better!
I see what you did there, Gary!
Starting out with great looking Lambsfoot is the key!
Thanks, Mark! I mess up every now and then and take a good one!
Let me guess, you had that painted on the side of your van in the 70's?
Congratulations, Jack! Glad they finally made it!
Two more great photos of awsome Lambsfoot knives and compasses! Thank's for posting!
haha, it was a huge Jimmi Hendricks, Janis Joplin poster that covered most of a feature wall.
My favorites right there...Bourbon Jig would have been a great name.
Thank's for posting the link, Jack!
Dynamic, Jack! One is silver and the other is gold!
But what a fine example it is! I would have never noticed the ouchy if you hadn't mentioned it!
An outstanding photo, Jack!! The compass and knife is a class act!
Great Yin-Yang going on there, José!
Great photo, Bill! Just peachy!
Very nice A/B shot, Trav!
And what a Fine Flock it is, Mark! Well photographed!
No sir, taking it all in! Nice collection!
Real nice shot, Matt! Fine sunrise!
Fantastic photo, Dwight! Can't wait for fall!
Beautifully shot, Dave! Always so artistic!
Awsome!At least you can face up to your veggies!
Another incredible shot, Preston!!
Also loved the mulies the other day!
Nice, John! Simply elegant!
Nice, Vince!! What a way to start the day!
A terrific shot, Ron!!
Beautiful!! The background wood really sets off the lamb!
Very nice acquisition! Hard to beat 'em!
I'm glad that one was seen! Incredible colors, Dave!
Great way to end the day, Jack! As long as they're not mean drunks!
Man you take good photos, Dwight!
Great photo, a real hoot!! Lovely!
With that stag, you have the right to brag!! Nice, Vince!
A great looker, nice photo Ron!
A real dandy, Bill! Congratulations!
Cool, Jack! Handy in case you get a little lost! Got one similar I'll post.
Well, you're leaving your mark, Preston! Nice photo!!
Such in great condition, Harvey! Beautiful bone!
Your going down the rabbit hole now! It really is a great pattern!
Nice photo, John! Wood elfs?
A Solid Saturday Selection, Vince!!
Hey, a Lego Lamb!
Thanks for inserting a little levity!
Great story, Paul! Congratulations on your "new" Lambsfoot!
Lovely (Lucky?) Lamb!
Classic! Nice, Taylor!!
Another nice setup for youtyour photo, Dylan!
Awsome, FBC!! Hope you can get some playing or hammerin in!
! I just had a '63 Dodge pickup with a 318.... and an old Honda 125 endura.
Repurposing Jack's tin, I call it my "Jack in the box", for when Life and Lamb are at stake! Or if you're on the Lamb!
Thanks for the compliment Dennis! ........on the Lamb! That’s a good one Dennis!
Dennis, thank you so much for your post its always a treat, may you have a victorious day my friend.
Thank you, Dennis.
Milo of Crotona, was it? I believe he died getting stuck in a tree he was trying to split with his bare hands.
I have a small stockman with a lambsfoot instead of a sheepfoot, a Utica made in Japan.
I was going to ask if you hunt those little things, but ...
Post 273, I think. It looks less like a lambsfoot than I thought at the time.