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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
An orange Alox Pioneer normally rides in my bag, but I decided to slip it into my pocket today. Combined with a Classic, there are few daily tasks that can’t be accomplished.
Thanks a lot pal, gorgeous pic
Beautiful Barlow Randy, and that's a great pic
@Jack Black Much thanks, Jack.
Very good choice Gary!
Today here a beautiful princess (A. Wright & Son Lambsfoot Guardians Ebony 18) well accompanied by his prince!
Went and gathered some cane poles for the garden with Dad this morning.
His prince ? well it is 2019
Green tea this morning with RALF, and for work this 20 year old Schatt & Morgan.
Okay, and there are no princes in 2019?
You;ve got my attention, LT.
Classically classy, Steve.
I like both, Ron, but that Case makes me weak.
Absolutely gorgeous, Nick.
Either one is a winner, José.
Another great pairing, JJ. The one today made me turn green with envy (or something like that).
That's a beauty, Harry.
Be still. my heart!!
A stunning pair, Alan, especially that coffin.
You make a strong case for your Case carries, David. And there have been some fine ones posted recently, too.
I broke my thumb nail planting about 50 vegetables this morning, so soft pull is good.
Uncharacteristically, I spent the entire weekend with the same pair: a Queen #22 (1961-1971) and a Crown coke bottle hunter (1916-1919). I had adequate blade coverage (used the Crown to cut some rope while while limbing a tree).
Just received this #47 Viper in a trade from @paulhilborn I always wanted one and missed out when they were released, thanks, Paul.
Nice pair Stuart !
Getting it done with my reground Queen. Amazing how the blade cuts now that it has been thinned.