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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Nice old Remington !
Nice, what company ?
Made some fuel for a bike ride today.
Old School BMX, because look at the name of the neck...haha. I like it even more today than I did 20 years ago.
...back before words were so serious and had lost most of their meaning...
Enjoy the day!
Kutmaster Schizoid and Camillus stockman.
Sunday small knives.
My friend I suspect much the same scenario will befall me as well. We are moving into a large condominium complex and the rule book alone is 52 pages long!
Man, I think the rules for Monopoly are too long! A list of rules doesn't need to be any longer than this:
Well done Harvey!
Exactly my friend.
I gave up money clips for Spyderco’s smaller knives for many years, probably been about 25 years since I carried a traditional money clip/ knife. About 3 years ago I bought a box lot at an estate sale and in the bottom we’re about 8 money clips. Most were of the Zippo lobster variety but 2 or 3 were English or German. The knicest was the German made one. I’ll have to dig it out and snap a pic, maybe throw it in my pocket for a bit. Who knows, maybe I’ll find some $ bills to put in it. Lol
Knice r8shell, German or English ? Buffalo horn scales? Really knice.
One of 3 Bokers I’ve always wanted. I also want the 1 armed Razor little Barlow/Swell end Jack. I had one when I was 18 when I first started work as a mechanic. It was a gift from my union rep. Someone liked it and clipped it.
Always wanted that stepped bolster congress pattern too. I did eventually get the Little Boker Ti/Ceramic Lockback be wanted.
Saw the full size fixed blade when I was a kid and had been told that the Grohmann was what the Hudson Bay guides used and it was considered by real outdoorsman as the only true “Survival Knife”. Never had the money when I saw one at the shows, they seem more available these days.
How’s the little folder?
More March Madness Sunday. To & After Church Sofa Carry Today.
It's a curved stamp PAL CUTLERY CO. c. 1945-1953 Thank you Steve ! It's built like a Lamborghini tank
These two fer the day.... might switch to just the Barlow after while.... love yeller handles about as much as I love stag.
These two today.
Man I love old school BMX bikes! I still have my last racer, a GT Auburn. Before that was a lime green kuhara. I wish I still had my S&M (don't recall the model) street bike or my schwinn dave murra.
This one today. Single sheep's foot very uncommon carry for me.
Went to church with me.
It's not a bad little folder, however, I must have gotten a Monday morning or Friday afternoon example. I had to file down the kick as the blade stuck up pretty proud of the liners as well as the blade has some side to side play, but other than that, it does lock up nice. It fits my old stiff hand good so I figure she's a keeper.
I really wish those were more easily available up here in the frozen north.
Broadway jack in blood red sawcut