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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I made it last week out of a worn out 6" Nicholson mill bastard.
I think you need to make another one.
If I had another file to make one from then I might be asking for your address.
carrying my CSC Co-Op Boys knife and new Benchmark Knives (AUS) mini ti pry- adorable, too small to open bottle well tho. looking around for another one. the gluten free beer is surprisingly good!
3 classic crimson crusaders, José!!
I see you have another VERY attractive brown jigged bone simple single-blade knife to console you!!
Thanks for the ID, Dwight; very cool and stylistically so similar to the Good Roads knife!
You won't get much argument from me, other than a suggestion to not limit yourself to Case sowbellies - the pattern is lovable from many makers.
Thanks, Ron and Dean. RR smooth tobacco bone is hard to beat when it's that rich brown, but sometimes it comes with a much more yellow hue that I don't care much for.
Sounds like a good plan for your trio of lambsfoots, Vince!
Thanks for some additional info about your rosewood lambsfoot.
Glad you liked it.
Two nice pics, Jack. I especially like the sun, water, and stag in the second shot.
I hope your recovery is fast and full, Harry.
Hey! The famous tree limb is back in a gorgeous shot!
Classic charmer, Dean!
Thanks, Tom, and good luck!
You've already addressed this, but upon seeing it initially, I contemplated many numbered collaborators for Kenny Rogers that could be mixed and matched: First Edition, Second Helping, Third Wheel, Fourth Estate, Fifth Dimension, Sixth Sense, Seventh Heaven, etc.
That IS an impressive assortment! What's that bluish knife (lockback?) next to the Case Trapper?
My Plain Canoe of the Week is a Rough Rider with gunstock checkered covers (thanks, Will):
My Fancy Canoe this week is a Buck stag canoe:
My Stockman this week is a Case humpback stockman in harvest orange bone (thanks, Mike):
Nice looking knives. Love the wood covers and the lambsfoot blade!
Wow Harvey, that bad boy looks like a space ship!
Gorgeous trio of knives GT.
This was in the mail waiting for me when I got home so I dropped it in my pocket. Dang near need suspenders because it’s hefty for a pocket knife, but all the springs are good and strong.
2015 Yankee Jack in Antique Yellow Jig Bone.
HJ #10 & orange bone RR stockman in my pockets today.
@Fodderwing Thank you Dwight. Bastien is one of my favorites.
Northwoods Madison Barlow in today's pocket dump
My Friend : Now that I have thought about your words and I am always more than happy to be an Enabler and I am grateful to Mr. @paulhilborn for being the Enabler for showing his 38 Lick Creek Farmer's Jack . He used to show his quite a bit .
I am even carrying mine again today .
Wood for Thursday:
Keeping it simple.
I wasn't quite awake this morning and thought I had grabbed something else. A Schrade-Walden minor reclamation knife.... I think it will be in my pocket again tomorrow.
It's a Mikov (Czech Republic).
I must compliment you on the leatherwork!
Let’s all blame Paul!
Yep, that farmer’s jack pattern grows on you, doesn’t it?
This old jack earned another totin today.
I used it hard yesterday. Fed up to here and back with fighting the creeping charlie and other weeds in my garden, I decided to lay down fabric weed barrier in a couple of sections. We’ll see how that works.
I had 16 broccoli and cauliflower plants to set out, and just cut an X through the fabric for each one. Used the old Eagle jack, and as you can imagine, stabbing through landscape fabric into the soil was rough on the edge. Since I had to clean and resharpen it today, and in appreciation for performing well yesterday, it’s with me again.
Also, the Craftsman folding hunter is in my pocket because I hope to make a sheath for it.
Good morning everyone!