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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by redsparrow, May 29, 2018.
my best 3
A #14 and an #18.
GEC’s shortest knife.
I'll second that ...
My latest with its bigger sister
The #14 red jigged was a catch from the Rendezvous this year and the #19 in Oil sucker rod is quite a looker too
2 inch-premium IXL whittler that was in a book about Sheffield exhibition knives.
GEC 14 Watchpocket Wonder
Small knives need tight tolerances, some makers don't want to / can't make slipjoints this size. 3" OAL, as close to perfection as possible.
Been into the small Craftsman Jack's lately. The one of the far left has a nail file secondary which I thought was pretty sweet.
Love the Vixtorinox accountant in pearl.
TC 14 Barlow and an old SEO&S Barlow
Pembertons are another knife that you don’t appreciate until you have and use one. I had a few but they went during my big knife sell-off. I am getting another, thanks to a BF member and it will ride along with a Calf Roper.
I'd like to see more SEO&S barlows
that looks great
I got "brave" about a week ago and stuck this 3 inch Alsdorf Gunstock in my watch pocket. I've carried it before but I always made sure to use it lightly so as not to bugger it up too much.
This time around it's all or nothing. I'm never going to sell it so I might as well get my money's worth out of it. I'll be introducing it to my Wicked Edge for a re-profile as soon as the edge needs attention.
Rick, that is too nice NOT to carry!
wow! What a gorgeous little knife.
Thank you, John!