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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Nice. I've seen them only in the shiny cel.
A 1977 3 dot Case lockback recovered by @glennbad
That looks quite presentable now, GT.
You put some elbow grease into that one. If Diane could see it now...
Aren’t flea markets fun?
@kai76 ~ I’m drooling over your old equal end jack knife there, the nickel silver and black ebony as well as it’s proportions are just plain elegant.
Have a great Tuesday...
That's a nice pair !
#54 Harness Jack , thanks again @Campbellclanman !
Beautiful trio GT but I really like this green scout. The "Diana" monogram is way cool!
Thanks Ray. So very true.
Thanks Nick. It is 3 7/8".
Extraordinary knife Trav. What is the wood?
HJ with a pocket purse this week.
Smooth Horn and Jigged Bone for Tuesday
These two today.
Nice pair Ron! Who makes that Norfolk?
@Half/Stop, nothing personal, but I'm going to have to block myself from receiving notifications when you post. Otherwise I'm going to end up in a heap of trouble! Those are gorgeous.
- sleek n classy
Thanks Jason! The Norfolk is a Black Box Winchester that was made by Queen. A very nice single spring pattern that was also made for Northwoods as a split back Whittler.
Thanks for the compliment and no offense taken! I was watching a Dirty Harry movie on Father’s Day. A quote from Clint that might be applicable, “A mans got to know his limitations!”
And I watched Kelly's Heroes, another Clint flic. He's the last of the great ones.
Beautiful photo Dwight, you just inspired me to carry an Etrick today.
Beautiful stag Alan
Lovely Ettrick Dwight
Fabulous pairing Ron