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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks GT, the baby copperhead and canoe compliment one another very well imho.
40 years USED TO BE such a looooong time ago
Nice one Dwight
Thank you, my friend, I love that Osage Orangewood, its like a Lambsfoot without the lamb.
Thank you so much!! I like the one you’re toting today too. What is the closed length?
Thank you sir, Getting to test out materials like this is a nice perk of making your own leather gear!
Polished stag from @ArtesaniaHerreros.
@Duckdog Thanks, though I'd say your outstanding pair gave me a "tinge" of green
@5K Qs Thanks Gary, quite a nice trifecta you've put together
For today I'm going with a pair of Jacks; an Imperial USN EO and a GEC 78
That's lovely Nick
I always enjoy seeing that one Jose, it has great character
Stunning pair Stuart
Thank you GT, I always enjoy seeing your Girl Scout knife, nice clean-up
Morning folks These two for me today, Hartshead Barlow and a #66 Stockman generously gifted to me by @Campbellclanman
Thanks GT. Good job giving the scout knife some TLC. Looks like it’s in great condition, congrats!
Thank you Jack. I sold the only 66 I had and I think I’m regretting it. Nice one you have there and I like seeing your Hartshead barlows.
Thanks Nick, one of my first GECs was a #66, I like the frame size a lot
The postman delivered this today. Case 6375CV. I really like the bone on this 1. I'll be using it for the next few days.
Many thanks Stuart...
Thanks Gary, yes I'm very happy.
Many thanks Gary...
Many thanks Jack...
ebony and ivory
@ JJ Cahill, that pair of Jacks is a winning hand for sure. Field work to do later today, and this one often rides with me for that. In a belt pouch.
I switched to the big SAK, since it's on my belt anyway. It can't make that much difference in how often I have to hitch up my pants.
Great knives, everybody. My like-button finger is worn out.