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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Wow-- now that's a handle!
This weekend’s carry. I do love Bloodwood.
One could get lost in those Crags, Stuart. Especially the middle one. Beautiful.
I put my 43 to work. Started with a touch up. Proceeded to debone chicken and turkey thigh.
Today I took out the big taramundi, at 4 1/2” closed is a great bbq and picnic knife.
And very light too.
The beautifully thin hand forged carbon steel is just the icing on the cake
This picture makes me hungry..
Hehehe it disappeared pretty quickly, imagine 8 kids ages 2 to 8 years old at 19:00 after running and playing all day .
Thanks! It is a cool knife, for sure.
Stag and Ironwood. Son's baseball game. Then got some work done in the front yard. Now it's time to enjoy some Elite 8 basketball! Happy Saturday!
Now that's a beauty !
CPM154 has turned me into a reckless citrus cutter........ i wont even wash it
Stupendous stag, Stuart!
Very, very nice, Ken! Either of them would be a treasure; both together are a bonanza.
Nice! I think Bokers are one of the best manufacturers around these days.
March Madness! Just add Del's Davenport
And from the comfy confines of Mrs. Oro's Chesterfield...
She likes the Orange Coke Float with her March Madness
I’ve been neglecting my canoe since getting my Case xx Barlow . So giving her a ride today and it’s braking in so nice .
What a great knife that feels really good in hand to . I love the bolsters on this one !