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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jan 30, 2015.
I have been carrying my 2019 BF knife since it arrived. I am going back to this one today.
Fantastic choices folks
That's a real shame my friend
In my Old Friends Friday, I say to the beloved Union Jacks - Wave Them High!
I don’t own a Union Jack but I did get this shot glass last time in the UK. No more EU means I can to come back. For me, this is quite the Old Friends Friday indeed.
What an EDC ...wow !!! What is the closed length ?
Sometimes you don't know friends for a so long time and they are already old friends
Carrying this old Ulster BSA Scout today, a kind gift, some years ago now, from @scrteened porch
That is some years already, isn't it? It's even some years since I was surprised to see I'd been on BF for five years.
I've been waiting so long to rehandle this friendly old Camillus that I don't remember where or when I got it. (The bail still swings in the poured epoxy handle because I dipped its prongs in paste wax.)
Beautifully captured Snake Wood, James.
Still carrying the old Uncle Henry.
For old friends friday I am carrying this schrade walden 856 in wavy bone. I got it in december 2017 and it has been a go to vintage user ever since. It was the first of this pattern that began my addiction to them. You can see it's no stranger to use.
Ever since I've had this knife the main blade had a funky deal, it would bounce back up past the liner a little after snapping closed and I would have to push it back down. It didn't hit the edge so it was never a big deal but it was strange. Well, even stranger now it seems to have stopped doing that. Fine with me.
Thanks John. I do like snakewood.
Slipping this Watchpocket Barlow into my pocket today, an SFO a few year's ago by @gunstockjack I really like this little knife, on GEC's #25 frame
Nice little knife, Jack. I haven't carried this old friend in a while, so it's going in my pocket today.
Thanks for joining me Rachel, smashing Barlow
Thanks, Jack. She was a beauty when new, but has more character now. (like all of us)
Nicely said Rachel She is still quite lovely, great pic too
This one has been mine the longest of any knife I ever bought myself, as I've owned it for over 30 years. So it satisfies two threads, Old Friends and Black Friday. Beautifully light in the pocket, it has ever been my upland hunting pocket knife.
I thought I'd carry this Ka-Bar Peanut today. It was not only my first Peanut, but the very first knife I was ever gifted by another forum member, a kind gift from Pete @Stich2442 It means a lot to me