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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Scrumptious pic Harvey
Thank you Jack.
Goin’ to the doc's and takin’ the Mrs for another MRI, figured I’d carry respectably and went with the JD Ellis Lanny’s Clip and something to tell the time.
Back to this one.
Thank you, Gary.
Thank you, Gary. Mine was a mini copperlock. I can tell the difference between mini and full size by noticing whether the handle seems very long or not. If you look at a few photos, you'll see what I mean.
You have a great group of multiblades there. Great job cleaning up the GS knife!
Sway Back Jack today.
Beautiful Day in San Diego!
Two blades for Tuesday! Not to be confused with the "TUE blade Tuesday" thread offerings!
Just got a text from a buddy of mine from York, Maine. He knows I'm a bit of a knife nut.
He posed the question "See anything you want?"
I responded that they looked a little pricey, York being a big vacation spot and all.
Thank you Jack!
Thank you, fellas, for the kind compliments.
Lobster.... One of my favorites. Whenever I return to Maine, I always treat myself (or rather family treats me) to quite the feast. I can't recall if I've seen the knife before, did you do that scrimshaw of the squid? It is wonderful!
I've always been fond of Charlie's Navy knives, nice to see one in its natural element.
Continuing with my Lamb and Barlow carries today.
Sorry, Gary: traditionals only.
(Modern flipper in lower right corner.)
I was just checking to see if anyone would notice!
I like tests!
Thank you Paul.
Thank you Dave.
Thank you Jack.
That's a good friend.
Great knife. I wish they'd do another run. I love my Mardi Gras (kitschy) and my stag (classy) but I sure wish I could get a green or copperhead bone version.
Today with A. Wright & Son in stag and GEC # 15 TC.
I don't have lobster often, but some days ya gotta treat youself.
Yes, thanks, I did the scrimshaw. At the risk of showing it too many times: