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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
That looks like an all original knife. It looks to have never been used as well.
Going Sardinian right now
@TheChunk91 Hey Paul, the edge feels like it’s original from the factory and I’m pretty sure it’s unused. I haven’t used it either, only carried it. In my meager experience with 72’s, the nail nick on the main, the stamp on the pen and the shield are uncommon. Also never seen that etch before.
@Campbellclanman Happy birthday Duncan!
Happy Birthday Buzz, hope you had a great day
Happy Birthday Buzz.
Think I'll tote some black wood (ebony) on Monday:
And will also have room for this:
Both compliments of @r redden.
I'll also have room for this on my belt:
Sometimes you need three knives on Monday.
Sardinia must be a wonderful place.
I have carried this one today . This is one old 100 + year old knife that I really wish everyone could just carry and use for a while . It is like having a 5 pound rock to open up a peanut . And it's biggest job today was to open a package of bacon . Just a little overkill .
Happy Birthday Buzz! Hope you had a great day!
That's such a classic knife, I keep scrolling back to look.
And I admire the way you use your pen on Sundays!
I thoroughly agree. I wish I could carry and use it for a while too!
Great bone, great jigging, nice, full blades, and really cool stamps.
Thank the Lord that it was there when you needed it to open that bacon! I shudder to think of how that could have turned out.
Happy Birthday Buzz! And those are two gorgeous pieces of cutlery!
Harry I hope that was turkey bacon! That is one terrific old knife my friend!
Happy Birthday, Buzz! Hope it was a good one!
Well, if you want to share it I'll be first in line.
Turkey Bacon is not allowed in our house . Thanks for the kind words on the old TEW my friend .