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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by l9ll, Sep 11, 2017.
Ok...its snowing like crazy outside and I'm not going out in it to take pics. And I have a hard time with my crappy camera getting good, close up, indoor pics. And black Micarta can be hard to shoot at the best of times. Nonetheless I keep forgetting to post this one on Monday so here it is while I remember. Schatt & Morgan 2 blade copperhead in black micarta. Really is a lovely knife. Trust me
One micarta, one alox
One of the best things about Mondays is Micarta. It may not be as popular as some other cover materials but I like it on the right knife. I think the Northwoods 74 Zulu is one of those "right knives", looks almost indestructible and yet kinda classy.
Haven't pocketed this one in awhile.
These two make a nice pair.
I just finished this one up. It's still micarta Monday right?
I had this Natural Canvas Micarta Bull Nose in my pocket today.
I was also looking at some old photos on my phone earlier today and found a picture of that same knife when I first got it. I knew the micarta had darkened with use, but didn't realize/remember just how much it had changed!
I like micarta. I like Tidioute versions. Lucky me:
Smith & Sons Red Linen Micarta Lockback Mudbug
GEC 92, Northwoods trim, pile side
Helluva work knife.