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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Great minds think alike Dylan!
At the beach again today and have this little Robeson No-Rustain with me.
Best two words in sports ... ‘GAME SEVEN!’ I’ve got the Bruins in my pool, but seeing your knives has me saying GO BLUES!!! It’s been a great playoff season.
Both you and @kai76 and your Millers ~
Well, may as well be your Blues because my Hawks are out of it.
I haven’t shaved in a couple of weeks either! I got a wild idea and shaved my beard. Kept it off long enough for my long suffering wife to tell me I looked 20 years younger.
But I missed it!
Thank you kindly, Jack.
Thanks for the support SCFlyGuy and Jeff, much appreciated!
Grabbed this Schrade 233 when I got home today, just in time to take a nap...
I don’t switch things up as often as many of you, but here’s the one that made its way back into my pocket today. It’ll be with me until.......????
Had this in my pocket today and now while I am about to see the BLUES wrap it up 4 to 0 with a little over 4 minutes left .
"Turn out the lights,
The party's over...."
I'm happy for you and your Blues, Tom.
I watched the entire game, except for when I fell asleep for about 45 minutes. When I woke up, of course my wife had changed the channel to HGTV. When I managed to overpower her and regain control of the remote, it was just in time for the last two minutes.
Next time I scrape up some interest in a sports team, I'll be sure to ask you what knives to carry for luck!
Congrats St Louis, been a spell
Wooden Wednesday Knife
From @ArtesaniaHerreros, Albacete, España.
From A. Wright & Son, Sheffield, England.
Really basic but that's all they wanted.
Stuart, that is certainly an attractive old Miller Brothers; Wow!
Nick, sweet old Robeson with their awesome stainless!
Today it looks like I'll pair up a tough, old Camillus soldier with a new GEC recruit
Back to the very basics. I thought why I like this pattern so much. Simplicity, ease of carry (this is so light, the long tang does not bother me) and safety. The only time I almost had a bad accident with a folding knife was with a slip joint, Case Sodbuster. I know I did something stupid, but still. With this I doupt I could make it fold on my fingers. Also the sanded finish gives a good grip even with my hand wet or greasy. It does not look classy, but works.