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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Keeping it simple.
you can't go wrong with a JD Ellis! hope you and your wife are ok.
today, my Kroo Worx in its natural denim environment.
Jeff, thank you for the nice words! It’s actually cocobolo I believe. Probably darkened up over time. The reddish hues and swirls show up in different lighting.
Acquainting with this recent find.
My rotation schedule has assigned me SIX Rough Riders this week; here are half of them.
Stockman of the Week is a RR Siver Select Sowbelly:
Big Knife of the Week is a RR amber jigged bone trapper:
Peanut-like Knife of the Week is a RR baby copperhead:
Been away for awhile and not even going to try to catch up. Today’s carry.
I was wondering where you were. Great pic, and welcome back, Ken.
I carried this guy most of the time before I bought my Sebenza. Very pleasing to open and use.
My new Ettrick
My beloved Northwoods Fremont Jack in black dyed Camel Bone circa 2016. First and ony traditional knife in my collection; got extremely lucky when purchased.
Carried this old Pal today .
I do not think that you could show it too many times @r8shell .
Todays pair to tote are both clad in wood covers; a cocobolo Cattaraugus and a walnut Robeson TL-29
GEC #74 in cougar clawed bone & RR canoe, white bone that I dyed to appaloosa bone.
Big jack from Eagle, and a Camillus TL-29, both clad in cocobolo.
Quite respectable, and I’d add elegant.
That knife is superb.
Best wishes for good results on the wife’s mri.
One of the most popular porch combos, done well.
Thanks to the generosity of @Old Engineer, I now have a Robeson in my TL-29 collection. I also have one from Cattaraugus, but so far, a Catt jack like yours remains an elusive dream.