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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
does this count as traditional
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Gettin' all artsy and stuff
And just cuz
I picked this one up today, locally. Would have never have bought one of these without handling it first. In hand, I get it.
And my BF 2011 ezopen.
The day started out really cold for April (less than 20°F):
But it warmed up above 30° and we were able to get some game cameras and stands put out. I forgot my hatchet and saw so I trimmed some grass, cut away part of a tree, removed a few limbs, and cut some old straps with these knives:
Harry, thanks for the comment!
I feel as though we share an affinity for stag! I can't leave the house without at least one stag knife on my person. It's taken over as my go to handle choice!
The #77 again with my camp TCK.
That is just stunning! The build quality looks amazing in your photo. I can only imagine how it feels in hand.
So much to like about the City Knife. To me, it gives off a combination modern and traditional vibe. Love the blade shape also.
I'm doing some catch up on this thread and there is way too much great stuff to multi quote, but here's a few...
Fantastic job on that rebuild!!
Nice job Rob!!
Knives look better once they're broken in.:thumbup:
R.I.P. Merle. One of my Dad's favorites. I'll hope they're throwing back a few cold ones together wherever they are.
Nice, don't worry about the focus. Art doesn't always require perfect focus...whatever that means?
You're welcome Bob. I hope it's working out for ya.
My new daily carry
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You are correct Johnny !!!! I seldom do leave the house without one Stag handled knife in my pocket. It is usually one of the two 73's , but I sometimes have to watch blade length like I did yesterday.
BTW : Nice Stag on your 77 Barlow .
Pile Side Sunday!! (Bret Dowell Trapper)
Jacker #2- how's the Max working out? Pocket or backpack like others, ok but not loving it.....and mine is a Micro!
Sent by P F M !
Love everything about this bowie. Wish I had a milling machine. One day.
Nice knives and pics today guys!
Ted's post of the Lone Wolf/Loveless City knife prompted me to carry this fixed blade City Knife made by Eldon Talley. I've also put the Case/Bose Norfolk in my pocket for the day.
:thumbup: I feel like I've seen this one somewhere before.
Tryin' to unlock a file cabinet today and avoiding anything strenuous, my septic pump is waitin' for my daughter to help me lower down when she gets home so I figured I'd sit in the garage and pick the lock on an old file cabinet I lost the key to 10 years ago. Mrs thinks there's untold millions in it.... I told her if there was more than a buck and a half I would a had it open years ago.
So it's an easy day with an easy day knife, 1912 Union Knifeworks Cigar Jack.
Have you been peeking through my truck windows!?