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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
One of my favorite knives on the entire porch. That's a great shot!
@5K Qs yessir, that is a pruner handled lambsfoot. I enjoy the pruner handle quite a bit. To me, it has a slightly more organic shaped handle to contrast the relatively hard angled blade.
My "steering wheel series" (haha hadn't thought of that) is somewhat out of necessity.
My job requires me to put security stickers over the cameras on my phone before moving past the lobby. When peeled off, a "void" pattern appears to show that they've been tampered with. So, I can't take any pics during the day.
So, I usually snap a pic on the way or when I park if I remember to think of it.... which is usually in the truck.
My 92 pushed the Dunlap put of my pocket today...
Great looking stag! Which Dunlap you carry?
I never considered myself a collector of scout knives/utility knives but seems that last count I had about a half a dozen or more, I always loved the utility of what is essentially the American version of the later made Victorinox Pioneer/Soldier. Great knife and pic G
I'm fond of the ugly British green myself. It's n acquired taste just like the British bikes and cars are.
Peanut and Camillus #14 medium jack again (alternating it with the Case canoe).
I only have three and I feel the fever . Thank you Ted, its a pleasure to see your knives !!
Thanks GT. That 26 was named Antique Amber Jig bone (whenever in doubt just assume GEC calls it Antique Amber). 1 of 12 made with the spear blade. I’ll probably take the patina off this weekend and shine it up a little. Then I’ll start a new round of patina.
The secondary blade on this one is a small coping blade; not a pen blade like most in the 2012 run.
Ulster Barlow today
Wow that is one classy looking barlow! What is it?
Gary I was going to quote this when you posted it but I oops the insert button! Fantastic Stag!
Thanks for the compliments! Happiness is a great state to live in!
These two again today! I think I’ll call this Fabulous Friday!
Thank you! It is a Cattaraugus 1159 and is very pocketable at 3 1/8".
Looks like licorice, r8shell. Sweet and tangy!
Menefee week comes to a close, the contestants:
The winner ... tough call considering that stunning crackle mammoth zulu, but this little trapper is perfect for 99 percent of my knife needs. Made by a very busy friend to my specs, thanks.
Chief, beautiful doesn't begin to describe the knives you have.