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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Great pics, funni!! Keep them coming.
Very nice picture and even nicer knives. Who's the maker for those two? Thanks in advance.
just got this today
nice knife just wish it was 20% bigger
One of first knives I can remember owning.... An old Boy Scout knife.
It's definitely seen better days but it's sharp as hell. I carry it more for nostalgia then anything. It can be hard to open some times.
Yes, real beauties
Thank you Old!!
Top - Wallkill River Works
Bottom - Remington UMC
Thanks Jack for the comment and the lucky penny, which was in my pocket today to bring in the new year.
I don't know if you are saying that to anything specifically, but I agree, and thank you for the kind words!
Thanks for the compliments, the blade is 01 steel, acid etched. The handles are burlap micarta with g10 liners.
Victorinox Alox Cadet, cheap, classy, handy, and so easy in the pocket!
I know this is boring, but for nearly a month now nothing has changed, the spey TC Barlow has ridden shotgun with the ever-present 55 Houndstooth... The Barlow has effectively bumped the Pemberton as my #2.
That's a shame, I liked seeing the two amber jigged GECs in tandem, they worked well together.
mercator k55k stainless version......cheap, but good enough for me
Poor, low-light phone pic:
That ebony is killing me! Reminds me of a knife my dad used to carry. You sure have a way with the old ones :thumbup:
Carrying my old Boker Jack today.
Got this one again.
In the mood for a little color, during these grey days.
And... the bone on this little toothpick is a pattern I've heard called "Italian jigged bone," which goes with the wallet (a present my Mom picked up for me in Florence).