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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
You guys oughta try the seefood diet.
Thank you kindly, Dwight My Mom's needle point Put the Krane to work today...my sister almost got away with it
Fine 25 !! and those Kringle ....oh man !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!mmmmmmmmmm
I did; ate everything I saw. Couldn't fit a peanut in my watch pocket. I think that they lied to me. Eat all of the pork rinds that you see????
Harry that’s two great knives and three great Kringle!!! If I didn’t know you was such a great friend, I might think you were trying to make this old Tennessee boy suffer from Kringleitis!
You hit the nail right on the Dwight!
Thanks Dwight! Just a little info I picked up while attending my first Rendezvous. You really should try to make a Rendezvous! The people at Great Eastern Cutlery are great hosts. Tours, lots of knives, great fellowship and family friendly fun for kids of all ages! I know you would love it!
Thank you kindly Stuart. That Case Trapper with the beautiful jigging is exquisite.
The Cornerstone Lambsfoot!
Stunning Dwight, just a fantastic knife
Ace pic Gev
Thank you very much GT
Thank you Paul
Gorgeous pair Dylan
Thank you for the compliments my friend
Beautiful photo Harvey
Great line-up Gary
What incredible pics
Lovely old knife Nick
It's a very interesting question, but I'm afraid my knowledge of German cutlery is limited @herder might know
Great pic Vince
Morning folks, just checking in with my carry today Hope everyone has a good Friday
Today I thought a groovy old Robeson Scout and a mid century Case Barlow. I'm always amazed that when the Case was manufactured a Case ran Robeson
.....your Inbox is full, sir
I like that wood, Harvey.
Do ya'll have Kringle down there in Austin?
Really are wanting to Ron.
Thank you Jack. Stunning duo you have today.
Incredible knives posted!
Ulster Jack today
It's the cornerstone of my collection for sure.
One of my most cherished gifts... Thank you, Jack.
Carrying it again today