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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Is that a 34OT or something smaller ?
Yep that's a 34ot
I guess I've just got small hands then.
@Duckdog Thank you Stuart and thank you @Jack Black
I bet your hands are normal, I just happen to have some pretty big mitts
Many thanks Gary...
Many thanks Jack...
Just finished this one.
I went with some color today; Queen 4L in bloodwood and a Rough Rider red bone canoe.
Beautiful knives and a great story.
That is quite exceptional. The lines are absolutely perfect.
He’ll be back.
He’ll need a major memory upgrade for that job.
I think your research is sound, professor.
My gf/now wife found mine in the late 70’s on the sidewalk.
Re: gas mileage... it’s worth it!
Thanks... My suggestion of trying an additional finish is based upon my cocobolo knife from AG Russell. It has not darkened and it's a user.
It looks to have had a sealer of some sort applied but not sure. And any rate, being a woodworker, I would feel pretty confident applying a finish to the cocobolo. I wonder if anyone can speak to doing so ??
It's likely the custom makers know.
My "fancy" canoe this week is a Buck jigged bone model (thanks, Clay):
International Knife this week is a John Watts stainless ring opener (thanks, Jack):
Watch pocket knife this week is a Robt. Klaas brown jigged bone mini canoe:
That Buck Canoe is a good looking knife.
Sounds like you have the knowledge to make the right decision.
Thanks, 'Buzz. I couldn't agree with you more.
The maker is Eldon Talley, if I remember correctly he was mentored by S.R. Johnson. He was obviously a good student.