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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Thanks, fellas! I'll get you added to the list.
I hope everyone is having an enjoyable weekend so far.
A Stag Barlow for me today.
Favorite Knife Race...
It's getting harder to pick the winner.
Happy National Knife Day
Not because I gifted it to you but because of the Scarcity I'd say the Waynorth Cutlery would win out over any Lambfoot. You can easily replace the Rosewood Lambfoot but it would be a problem replacing the WCLF. Either way there isn't a loser no matter what you might decide.
Going to the Oakland Athletics game vs the San Francisco Giants!!!!
LET'S GO OAKLAND
"A Walk in Nature" #11
A Bobby Dazzler!
Thanks a lot Matt, I hope you get to put your feet up after all that mowing buddy
Thank you Harvey
Well done Ed, cool pic
Fantastic Dan, thanks for taking us along
Hope the game went well Taylor, those two are taking on some great character
My 2019 Guardian came along to this morning’s pistol match.
Have a great time, Taylor! Going to see Astros and Rangers myself in about three weeks.
LOL! It's a cool pic Mark I've had mine on today, I found a place that was selling off the large sizes at a bargain price, so I bought 3 pairs!
We certainly have a great bunch of posters here Charlie Great to have you here my friend, and your outstanding contribution to Lambsfoot history
Great idea pal, I'll be happy to host Linus if he wants to go overseas
Cool pic Greg I've just been enjoying some Peppadews
Hope you had a great hike Chin, looks beautiful mate
Thanks, my friend.
Once again, Jack's fault!
I'll be glad to show Linus around the 209, Dylan.
Neither one of them are replaceable.
One was a gift from you and the other was a gift from Jack.
One is a Limited Waynorth SFO by GEC and the other was a Limited Run of African Rosewood by Wright's.
Both are special to me, made in limited numbers, fantastic actions, F&F, and would be the first two knives I'd grab in case of a fire.
Looking good Dave
That looks very tasty Al
Nice pic of your ebony WCLF John
Grat patina Ron, hope you're having a good weekend my friend
Nice thing to wake up Ed Wright's Indonesian Rosewood varies in colour a lot, that is unusually light, but I've seen it that colour before. They had some light stuff in recently, but judging from the tang stamp, that looks like an older knife than the ebony one. I'd also guess that from the way the kick has been filed. I'm not saying it wouldn't happen today, but I think I could guess who made that knife, and he's happily retired now. Still, what is it, a $40 knife?
Good-looking pair Ben
Excellent pic Greg, hope you had a great walk
Beautifully photographed Harvey
Nice to see you're not wasting away Vince
Took an older buddy along with me to mow my mother in law's yard. I really like the size, shape, and feel of this knife a lot, but it is really poorly put together so I just don't carry it much. I probably should bite the bullet and order another, but now I have Jelly, and maybe I'll see if Jack does another special run I will definitely get in on next time!
Nice Saturday stag Dylan
Happy National Knife Day to you and all our other US members John
Cheers Taylor, have a great game
Stunning photos Dan
Top pic Kevin!
Is that a Big 'Un Matt? Some years ago, I nearly gave up on Wright's as the QC was so hit and miss. I came up with another solution though
Not hardly! And I'm making Shrimp Étouffée for dinner! And my daughter is making an Italian Creme Cake as I type this!
Hope everyone is having a great weekend It's a 3 day weekend here - a Bank Holiday Weekend as it's known - That usually means rotten weather, but on the contrary, it is unusually good - combine that with the fact it's the last Bank Holiday until Christmas, the start of the football season, an international cricket tournament in Leeds, a big local music festival, and the afore-mentioned Carnival, and in my opinion, you have a good reason to get out of town for the day and go somewhere quieter!
Few pics from my hike today
Fantastic! Have a great meal my friend
Taylor, that India Ale is some of the finest liquid on the planet, and it's gotten hard to find around here. Have a gulp for me, will ya?