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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Happy Monday & a Good Week to Everyone!
Good score-- the knife and supper
Those '19 guardians are Very nicely handled
My Spanish lady today
Lighting on this beautiful knife and image is spot on, Dwight.
Starting the week with some Winterbottom.
Thank you John, classic Case carries my friend
Excellent pic of that beauty Harvey
The Camillus love continues, as well as my adoration for the Case mini-trapper. For Micarta Monday, the call goes to the GEC #43 Oregon Trapper in natural micarta, just because it's one of the most practical knives GEC has ever made.
Thank you Jack.
Thanks Jack, that is some fine company for Pearl
Starting the day with these two working knives, hoping a new custom fixed blade arrives on time to end the day .
Used and carried the 66 all day yesterday and a lot over all. Love it so much I want another
Thanks buddy, exciting stuff!
Nice pair! Is it bone or delrin covers on the 72? The 72 is the most ideal sized knife for me. Length and thickness feels just right in hand and in the pocket with a perfect blade combo. Would love to see it with blades open.
Great bone on that old cattle knife!
Copperhead sawcut 152112.
Nice pairing, Jack. For some reason the rhyme "Black on yellow, Kill a fellow" keeps running through my head!
Pearl is looking good. Don't see you with multi-blade knives that often. What do you think of the stockman pattern?
I love the detail on that Spanish navaja.
I thought I’d mix some Micarta with my Midnight Special on this rainy Monday!
Lionsteel Roundhead+Buck Cadet...
I felt the same way, now I have seven of them.