What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. lambertiana

    lambertiana Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 7, 2000
  2. Dantone05


    Dec 31, 2014
    Very nice work Barrett. Really digging that arrow

    Aweome looking Fish Barlow ! :thumbup:

    Great knife Eirk. I had a sheepsfoot in ebony as well...
    HAD until I made the mistake of selling it. :(
    Always looking for my next single bladed sheepsfoot 15 :D

    Talon was in my pocket all weekend


    What a nice weekend it was!!!

  3. Robert.B


    Apr 17, 2003

    Thanks guys, I have a variety of styles and flairs I like in fixed blades and this time the heavily geometric feel with a big ol hunk of sambar crown stag was in order. Milling a blade I learned is still a difficult venture and takes a lot of planning, measure twice, cut once.

    Heres the sheath just after I finished it, will slowly go a dark brown as I wear it and treat with a beeswax mix.

  4. Vaporstang

    Vaporstang Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 8, 2014
  5. johnnyfive


    Apr 29, 2015
    I'm sure he did
  6. Ryouchijtx


    Oct 26, 2011
    Wow some lovely mileage on that work from Bob Johnnyfive

    Thank you GT :)

    The carry for Sunday. I love this Case Texas Jack that Ron gifted me a while back.
  7. TsarBomba

    TsarBomba Banned BANNED

    Jan 10, 2015
    Week's catch-up. Turning 40 Monday. If I don't get a reprieve from these hours I may not see 41. :eek:

    Monday, Tuesday AND Thursday -- this trio may see a lot of carry in the future:


    Wooden Wednesday:


    Old Friends Friday -- the Texas Jack on its first carry after obtaining and cleaning it up some, the Klass gunboat also on its maiden voyage:


    Stag Saturday -- another Klass and a Queen peanut:


    Synthetic Sunday -- thankfully the TL-29 was along to save the day on a couple occasions:


    Back to it tomorrow. :eek: :grumpy:
  8. mosseri


    Aug 7, 2012

  9. deltaboy


    Jul 6, 2014
    SAK officer, RR Barlow, 8OT, and a 1990's Kershaw speed safe folder.
  10. Jolipapa

    Jolipapa Basic Member Basic Member

    Jun 4, 2015
  11. jrawk


    Jul 14, 2014
  12. Whetstone39

    Whetstone39 Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 27, 2013
    Sorry I have been away a couple of days GT. Not really, I like to have a scout pattern or SAK for the tools and a small fixed blade or single blade folder in general. Daily I try to just carry something different than the previous day. I really just grab whatever feels right for the day, some days are more ALOX-y, some more scout-like :). I put more thought into the sheath, whether it is supposed to be a dry day or not. Today is not ;), so a treated sheath and stainless steel.

  13. Gevonovich

    Gevonovich Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 17, 2011
    I'm with ya Jolipapa;):D

    Comfort Food

  14. Itsasportsbar


    Aug 1, 2013
    Great pictures again everyone.

    Thanks for the comments ALLHSS and Gary.

    Very, very nice pairs Peregrin and Paul.

    Today it's a 2011 Forum Knife and a Vic Cadet.


    Have a good day all!

    Ken K.
    Last edited: Apr 11, 2016
  15. perchjerk


    May 27, 2009
    ^Very Handsome! Love that 85 forum knife!
  16. picturerock


    Sep 28, 2014
    The classic clean, practical everyday carry. The wood scales are attractive, set off nicely by the shield. Great choice.
  17. Peregrin

    Peregrin Traditional Forum Moderator Moderator Gold Member

    Sep 2, 2004
    Nice knives and pics today guys.
    Gevo, The Avocado and eggs look pretty good, especially when presented with that fine old knife.
    I think I like my eggs cooked a little more though ....:)

    Carrying these today and hoping the rain stops so I can do a little fair weather trout fishing.
  18. A.L.


    Jun 27, 2007
    This just in. :)
  19. TonySal


    Jan 10, 2015
    Imperial w/crown -2 blade - marked Prov R.I. USA holes but no bale
    Comments? Save.. EDC ?

    Sent by P F M !
  20. jrawk


    Jul 14, 2014
    That's a beauty! congrats

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