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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
It makes my heart sing every time I look at it.
No doubt about it. You're a lucky knife-nut Vince
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 28, is a very special day in the United States: Opening Day of Baseball. It should be a national holiday. I GOTTA carry this:
Victorinox Tinker from a GAW by @JTB_5.
Thanks for the info.
Another Ettrick - this one in horn. Very useful 2-1/2" blade with plenty of handle.
This is Cedrick the bear meets Ettrick the knife.
Thank you kindly, José.
Thank you very much Sir !!!
That looks like an exceptional fixed blade, Tom! That looks like it would excel at just about any day-to-day chore.
I hope you recover quickly, Stuart! I've never had the pleasure of a kidney stone (knocking on wood) but I've had buddies who have and they say it's less than pleasant.
Thank you, Jack! Great duo you are sporting today.
I'm usually not too crazy about such knives, but that is a beauty, Dwight!
An exceptional photo of an incredible duo, Ron!
Went with this older Barlow today. It isn't the finest of knives but I really like it. It practically sings when you open and close the blades, some of the best walk and talk in my collection.
Love the jigging on this 38 Diamond Jack
Having the same pair, I also agree.
A couple Lick Creeks. My 38 has been worn in quite nicely I think
Thanks for the compliment Dylan! It isn’t the finest of knives...... You jest my friend! That’s an absolutely beautiful old Sawcut Barlow! And as usual a stunning photo!
What a sweet Bower !!
2012 Stag Wrangler for the day
Very busy day today , so I will use some old pics of todays carry .
If anyone remembers Ol'Pondy...so named because of its slimy green algae like dye job...here it is overlooking "the pond"....from my new home..