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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
The Condor and Cadet again today.
Today is a Sean O'Hare Splice in Mike Norris "Fire Clone" stainless damascus and afzelia burl with a Jerry Halfrich Hidalgo in Mike Norris "Hornets Nest" stainless damascus and old growth redwood burl. Headed out with the dogs to play in the snow.
Why thank you sir. Gonna go take a few more at different angles for ya, ill put them in a different.thread though
Is that Osage on the Fiddleback? I have got to try one of those out, looks fantastic for its job and must admit I love the name of it.
Very true. :thumbup:
along with this...
It is Osage over natural micarta with an orange pin stripe. Looks classy in the flesh
I was lucky to find one in 3/32 stock so it slices as well as a pocket knife. Fits in your pocket too, making it a great EDC
Now you have me shopping...darnit!
These canvas micarta knives came unfinished.This is mine after I smoothed all the roughness.
Peanut with bone stag handles. Very nice knife. The Gouda cheese and crackers were good, too.
Pocketing an old friend today that has been neglected for a while.
I can still remember when those first came out. The forum was alive with talk of this new model, and how great the F&F was on them. It seemed like almost every day, someone would post a picture of their new Case SBJ
Yup, I'm gonna have to dig mine out and pack it this week. Still the only "new" Case I've been drawn to.
Carried the canvas micarta Bull Nose again today, and decided to give the linen micarta to my Dad.
Carried this one today, even threw a leather lanyard on it, ain't purity but it functions just fine.
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Along with my Bullnose, I've been carrying this Arthur Wright Lambsfoot since it arrived with the lunchtime post.
More pics and a write-up here: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1069771-The-Silence-of-The-Lambsfoot/page8
Lovely colour Jack^^
Ram's horn presumably?
Please accept my sincerest apologies