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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by lobodelanoche, Aug 5, 2012.
A pair of opposites, but they make a charming couple.
@WValtakis - whats the knife in the middle of the picture? I love my Dunlap gents. That knife in the middle looks great with the CF and bolsters.
Scott Sawby Self-lock toothpick
Paired up today. Krein Micro Chef and a Bailey Bradshaw Folding Bowie, with the Sawby Self-lock.
Otter Hippekniep and Benchmade Impel.
Dang I hate when that happens...here is post:
J.D. Ellis carbon fiber swayback, a modern traditional, and
GEC Model 86 BladeForums Rope Knife, a traditional traditional
Ironbark custom, AC Warren,
I’ve come close on the little benchmade auto a couple of times. Looks like a nice knife. Good day
I gave the little buck to dad in the early 80s (with the help of grandma). The center boker I saw in a display window in the Persian gulf circa 95. The green mini reflex was a purchase at Louisville gun show in the 90s.
I lost my knife collection to wife #1 and my old military running buddy sent me the black ludt. I think I’ll put that in my pocket today for my walk.
Who needs pictures to remember events? Good day to all
I don’t have many modern knives but the blade tech has been a good skinning knife on the critters I’ve used it on.
What kind of Case Canoe is this?
I've never seen one with long nail nick and swedge... Polished stag handles?
Looks very nice!
That's a 52132 SS Baby Butterbean, also known as a Baby Canoe. I picked it up at the Case Museum store in Bradford awhile back. Nice little knife.