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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Great knife and nice photo Vince!!!
Many thanks Jack...
Rosewood and bocote for me on Woodnesday.
I hope y’all have as great a day as what I’m having!
Good Morning All
Good looking knife,I have fond memories of visiting the outer banks as a young soldier when stationed at Ft Bragg in the early 70s.
Only a few of you are old enough to remember the TV show "Queen for a Day."
Just for @jackknife, and his "Use the heck out of them" thread, I'm breaking out my mint Vic old cross Farmer. Of course, the stag bone Tribal Lock is in my other pocket.
Enjoy the day!
@Half/Stop going for my second ride now. Your view seems far more fun than mine. Enjoy!
Remington for Wooden wed.
15 still going strong.
Pocket full of steel. These two plus a large sebenza!
I definitely remember that one Alan!
That is a beautiful Barlow Dwight! You might want to hide that one from Harry! @Old Engineer
A great bike there! I do have some great views my friend! The Georgia Coast and the Golden Isles are a beautiful place!
I'm not much of a barlow guy, but the curved barlow with a wicked clip point is just sweet. You scored a great one, Harvey!
Un-official Scout by Syracuse Knife Company
Hump day !
Nice looking Queen there Alan and I am old enough to remember the Queen For A Day TV show .
Ok, Ron. Even though “having a great day” is too subjective for competitive purposes, and you are setting the bar quite high, I’m going to do my best!
Starting out by using my razor sharp lambfoot to cut some lilac, and crabapple blossoms from my yard, and some phlox from the roadside to try to brighten the day of a friend (the wife of the farmer I work for) who is in the hostiple ( as my 3 yr old grandson pronounces it) with pneumonia.
Hope you and Pam have a great time!
Great knife right there, Chunk!