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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by oilburner, Nov 20, 2011.
Couple of red's
Started the day with these, needed to process some maple to smoke some country style pork
Then while everything was going low and slow, I lightened the load for some target practice
Good shots Pete!!
Should've been better I was only 8 inches away......just kidding, fun caliber to shoot
Beautifully matched, nice warm stag on this one, Phil. :thumbup:
Here is what I have on me today
Heres what I carried today.
Wow Perry! You just hit a grand slam with that pic! :thumbup:
Perry - Nice carry and a great photo
Great pictures Pete!:thumbup: I miss my .17 Cal. I traded it for a Ithaca Model 37 with two barrels.
Will email you tomorrow.
Ron - You are most welcome sir and that is a great photo.
Thank you Bob and Ron! Bob, you've got me stuck in EO world for the time being! Thank you!
Ron, what a beauty of a swayback, brother Mark does good work:thumbup:
Perry, awesome knife and picture:thumbup:
Paul - Thank you for the compliment Sir Mark does terrific work! From the looks of his custom Barlow's he is getting better all the time
Brett - Nice photo my friend
Harry - will do. I need to do another one and include my Diamond Edge and Primble Barlows, some time. Probably the Gardner 1876 (anchor stamp) and Southington Cutlery Company were the hardest to find, but, the straight line Russell and NYKC with full blades took a while too.
Here is a thread I did a while back on the Southington and Gardner Barlows: