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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by redsparrow, Aug 18, 2018.
Nice pile of stag.
Here's my latest..
These are the ones currently on my nightstand:
Top to bottom: US demo knife, Camillus 1960; Le Thiers par Chambriard, juniper handle; Miguel Nieto (Albacete, Spain), curly birch handle; Opinel No. 8, beechwood handle; Laguiole Honoré Durand, olive wood handle. The first three are recent arrivals, courtesy of @timberweasel--I expect they will be on my night stand awhile where I keep the knives I carry the most. The other two have been there awhile. Here they are open:
I guess you could say I favour pointy blades with a belly and wooden handles. Also, single blades, French knives (3 out of 5), and stainless steel (4 out of 5). They range in size (closed) from about 3.75 in. to about 4.75 in. I think four inches is my sweet spot.
Really like those French Knives
Thanks! I've got a couple of other cool ones, so will probably post a French pile soon.
Resistance is futile
The Sheepfoot Pile not Including Stockman
Finding this blade shape more and more useful each time I carry one.
More French, Lags of different sizes
Pile at my desk while working from home:
L-R: Hiroaki Ohta FK7, Buck 301 Forum Knife, Maher & Grosh Texas Ranger (GEC 29), Maher & Grosh Yankee Whittler (GEC 78).
Case Mini Trappers ...
Now that's a pile o' knives!
Schatt Heritage series
Beautiful! Very nice pic, too.