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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you for your answer Stuart, a very interesting story!
Looking good Taylor
Nice pairing Vince
Toting the Brothers Barlow again today Have a great day folks
Buck 302 today with a Tinker.
Checking out the kale with these guys.
That's some amazing ebony.
Happy Thursday Everybody
New knives come and go, but the Rosewood Lamb remains constant.
I am the stars, I am the space, I am the dust.....I exist in all that exists
Thanks for the compliment Stuart! That’s a great bit of info about Queen and their use of various steels. Just a bit of information that some here may not know. The building that houses Great Eastern Cutlery was once the lab of Cyclops Steel Company. GEC uses the Cyclops Steel Works stamp on their 440C stainless steel models. Here’s a couple of photos for reference.
Beautiful Dylan! A pair that is not only stunning to look at, but extremely versatile with the blade choices you have!
Harvey, that’s a great photo of your AC! Yours has some beautiful Stag! Come to think of it, they are all beauties!
I’m carrying two today. I have a favorite Case Copperhead in Tru Sharp that kept me company while I enjoyed my last cup of coffee for the morning and my Ebony ‘18 Guardians Lambsfoot.
Totin' a Utica Kutmaster today
I was at Bass Pro yesterday......so this is what I'm carrying today.
One of those Parkers will be sent out to a new home soon
I modded this SwissChamp last night with olive drab G-10 covers. It rides on my belt today. Vic Classic and GEC Oregon Trapper in my pockets.
Listened to this at breakfast yesterday. Made me teary-eyed from laughing.
This boy likes that knife, Nick! I see why it inspired Stuart!
Wondrous wood on your Miller Bros., Stuart!
I've seen some marvelous old Miller Bros knives here, so I thought I'd try a Frost version that uses that name. It arrived last week and I'm sad (but not very surprised) that it turned out to be less than mediocre.
Couple of classics, @JJ Cahill!
Good to hear! I think of the Vic Electrician as the SAK punch stockman, with spear (instead of clip), sheep, and punch, plus bottle opener.
Thanks, I think, Jeff. Were you wowed by the three anchor-shield folders, or by the blank-eyed hedgehog?
That's a nice big/small pair! What are the model numbers? (Is the small one an 18OT?)
I don't think it's sad that you start missing work. I think it's fantastic that you have a job you enjoy that much!
Thanks, Dave. Although they have anchors on them, they're made by Cannon, not Otter; good solid knives, though, and no regrets about getting them.
I didn't even know what a canoe pattern was 6 years ago, and now I have dozens of them!
I've heard of beach totes, but I'm sure I like your beach Totem better, Dave!
Thanks for the info on your amber bone stockman, Vince; I guess I never noticed it before.
It's been quite a while since I read Ritter's book, but I enjoyed it, and it shows up on lots of "Top 10 Baseball Books" lists, not just Barber's. Ryan was a Unicorn!
I'm not a Mason, but I like the square and dividers/compass (and letter "G" ) in the Masonic logo, and I've lately developed a huge empathy for the "In Search of More Light" motto.
Thanks for the ID, Nick. And thanks for your interest in the Okapi; I really like the "external spring".
Dynamite red/black pairing, Del!
Very handsome covers on both knives, Jack!
Thanks for the Colt Canoe support, John & Dean & Dwight. I have several Colt stag patterns, and they're all top-notch IMHO.
Certainly one of my favorites of your Barlows, Dean, and the bucolic background makes for an idyllic photo!
Holy Mound of Her Majesties, Stuart!!!
Thanks for the canoe comments. The green pick bone H&R is certainly a gem; thanks!
Woo Hoo! World-class Wednesday wood, John & David & Dylan & Dave & Taylor
WW!! That IS an unexpected weight difference! Thanks for checking.
Congrats (and Gloria), Tom; I hope the Blues reserve a seat for you and your team-colored knife trios in the victory parade!!
Thanks, Harvey. Speaking of beautiful, that photo of your AC is achingly, indescribably, sensational!
Got any beach knife "tips" for the rest of us, Nick?
Paul, that half-congress is really a looker!
Lovely euro-pair, Vince!
You build some dynamic duos, JJ!
Thank you, GT.