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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I've never been a big fan of the 110, but that one is crazy cool.
Hiking, birdwatching, and searching for early spring wildflowers, I'm carrying my two-dot 112 and my Case small stockman. I find that a combination of a "larger" and a "smaller" knife work out very well for me. (The definition of those two descriptors varies from day to day. E.G., some days 3.5" might be "large" and some days it might be "small." )
Two 15's today. Chestnut radio jack and an antique yellow sawcut 152212.
That's some interesting jigging, right there. Does GEC have a name for that pattern of jigging?
That's a cool knife, and a great name for a knife. Thanks for sharing!
Hey, that knife don't need no pocket purse!
Thanks Dylan! That is a fantastic photo of the Barlow
These two today.
I have a reputation to uphold! It's not a small knife by any means but when it tilts sideways, and without the purse it'll tilt sideways. I don't want anyone getting the wrong impression if you get my drift.
What a diamond indeed !
Why do I like the 26s so much
Marvelous pair, Tom !!
Case 6231 1/2 Swell End Jack
Got a loaner from my brother-in-law and digging the half stop on the 55
Just received. Despite known issues, I still fell for its’ charm. Still plenty of life left. Already named it....Gus.
Oh man...my grail...
My only single-blade regular Barlow. It's a much more pocketable package than the usual two-blade.
Mine as well my friend . This one as well as the antique amber sawcut clip, which I have yet to procure.
Thank you Harvey ! Same to you and a wondrous old bone real lamb...wow