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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
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Got my dogs head Barlow in my pocket today.
Old Winchester barlow today...
Bravo!!! Those old Camillus knives really do take a hair popping edge.
Case mini trapper 1980 today...
Thanks for the kind words on my Dunn, Steve does fine work.
Watching the birds with some coffee this morning, before I go put up some new hog fencing. This well made Boker is perfect for the property.
The view of or property, 45 acres all together. The power line coming off the barn is going up to my upper well, we have two wells and own the water rights to both. This is part of the boulder batholith , a rock hounds dream. We did not think we were going to have good internet, but Hughes Net(owned by Dish) just upgraded to a fifth gen system, it works pretty good.
The hot, humid PA Summer is officially here, so I guess I'll oil up my carbon steel blades, put them in the gun safe & start carrying my more rust resistant models, like this one.
Cool pocket sheath SVT , who made that please and thank you .
So a Joker and a Pioneer walk into a bar together .....
These two are sitting still because I'm holding a freshly picked rasberry with my lips and they both think they are going to get it.
LOL! You take a great photo Tom
Well, the one on the right appears to be a lab. I've had nothing but labs for years & they all think that humans aren't smart enough to do anything without their help, especially if you add any sort of food to the activity.
No city knife today?
It's not a pocket sheath. It's a belt clipped sheath. It came from CK.net. Very nice sheath, working like champ for me. I use it on belt at work and generally at work. Then pocket carry in the modded ksf other times.
Hope you all have a good one! This #54 Brown Burlap Micarta was what I toted today!
Thanks Jack, you too. I am working on it, helps greatly to have attractive subject matter
It happens, albeit rarely, I am in a "give folders a chance" phase today and yesterday. It won't last through tomorrow . Thanks for the info on the sheath
GT, I do like the depth and texture of the bone on your SB Jr.
Great pair Peregrin, I especially like the look of the fixed blade.
Tom, still working on the light box. I tried a 4 tube fluorescent desk lamp but the light is too cold. You may be right about the LEDs. You've got it down nicely.
Ted, that LC has grown on me for sure (and I'm not the greatest fan of Micarta if I'm honest.)
My 10 dot Case Appaloosa Barlow today. Scales are unmatched: I like the pile side better.
Harry, MT Damascus, nice spreads you both have.
Harry, while I have yet to put in a rose garden (only been here 14 years, what's the rush?), I did have a 3 tier terraced rose garden in Seattle. Talk about fungal diseases... it was a badge of honor to have roses out there. You could pick out the stubborn types who insisted on growing the mold-susceptible cultivars LOL.
Great knives all, folks. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, lovely Barlow my friend
I'm off to see ADEE over in Huddersfield in the morning. Got this Harrison Fisher Crown Penknife set aside
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Camillus #67 Stock Knife (a.k.a. Stockman)