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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Rusty Preston stockman and a case trapper in 154-cm
Broke out my Mooremaker stockman today. I use the spey to "crack" and scrape off the tarter on my dogs canines once in a while. Keeps her gums healthy.
This sturdy fella, generously given by a fellow forumite.
SInce it was SUnday and heading to church, I had to put this one in my watch pocket.
And I added these in just because.
Nice old Contender there Mark!
Sorry but when one is spoiled, one is spoiled, innit? For some years now I only carry a knife made by Tony Bose. Lately, a single blade trapper with Remington bone scales. It doesn't get any better than that.
Had to go and interview for a 2nd & 3thd job today.. so I figured I'd take after my favorite minimalist today... jackknife
Thanks Jim, great trade in the swap thread. This bad boy is small but sharp..:thumbup:
Well today I wore sweat pants all day. So I only carried my Canoe. Used it to make dinner. We will see what tomorrow brings. I have to go for a MRI so I know I will start out with sweats. We will see what comes after that.
New to the sub forum, thought Id start with a pic.
Does this count...
And a soddie
Nothing more traditional than a Mora. Good, solid Scandinavian design. :thumbup:
The 2007 Traditional Forums' Canal Street Cutlery Canittler and the 2008 Traditional Forums' Stockman, (I can't stop playin' with it, I really like the way it feels in my hand}.
The small CSC Twistring was the 2006 Traditional Forums' Knife it just happened to be in the picture.
Been carrying this setup for the last few days:
Thats a fine lookin Buck Anthony, nicely done clip blade...
Thats a good lookin setup Peter. I really like the lighter :thumbup:
Thanks Mike, that 40's replica Zippo is my favorite one.
I'm trying to downsize as of late, only carry one knife at a time.
I didnt even carry my CeeTees, that usually sit in my left back pocket.
Peter, your stag sleeveboard is holding up well. I reall love the patina on the blade, and of course the memories associated with it. :thumbup:
GEC #23 Tidioute. Can't get enough of this knife. Since I got it I have eaten more fruit than ever
Thanx partner, I appreciate the kudos on the little old Buck #709, she really is quite a peach.
But, I am back to hunting birds(Quail & Doves) today with my vintage 28 gauge Remington 1100 and carrying this little gem,, a Case #6232 Premium Jack along for my light work. :thumbup: Something about this old Premium Jack that just loves the work and is always ready for more!
And take a gander at the rich early 1970's Red Bone!. Dawg-Gone it tis so sweeet!
Much obliged for this one Mike, she is a 4-ever keeper!.