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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
We're off to church have a great Sunday everyone!
I am totin' and postin' this one in solidarity with the Cases and, particularly, Case stockman knives posted recently: a Case 64047P, 1940-1964. Git along little doggies!
Oh ya... That is amazing.
I've always felt that was a perfect representation of a Boys Knife.
It's exactly what I would have bought as a young lad looking for a good knife.
Thanks, Stuart. The Case Medium Stockman is so light in the pocket and packed full of usefulness.
An interesting bit of history.
My Hartshead accompanied me to the river this morning...
Thanks, good buddy! And no need to carry plastic bags when you walk me in the park.
A favorite combo.
That old Rogers bone on your 72 is mighty fine.
Well, if it’s real sharp, literally razor sharp, and you have a very steady hand...
@Amir Fleschwund , thanks !
A new to me P.H. Jacob dogleg trapper...
It carries better than it looks like it would. A little tall, but it’s only a smidge over 3.5” closed. Tall, thin grinds make for a great slicer. The filework is not as consistent as his recent work, but the flaws give it an attractive “obviously handmade” character that I like.
That’s a nice one Stuart! It’s a variation on the 47 frame that’s not seen that often!
Always love seeing that 72, what a great knife!
Beautiful Case’s guys!
John & Dean, impressive rojo mojo!
Harvey, your AC Lambsfoot looks delectable with that sandwich!
I think you're right that the mini muskrat is currently on hiatus. Am I right that the full-size muskrat and mini muskrat only differ by a quarter-inch in closed length (3 7/8" compared to 3 5/8")?
That smooth antique bone looks VERY good!! Uniform color on both sides of your Barlow?
Yeah, the copperhead pattern is sort of a half-canoe, Dave! I like the looks of a copperhead, but I got rid of a RR gunstock checkered copperhead because I didn't care much for the two big blades (sure like the handles though).
Thanks, JJ. I HAD to make up a schedule because randomly choosing knives for the week was taking way too much time!
Thanks, Jack. Your damascus stag is grand!
Couple of fine pics of a couple of classic knives, Jeff!
Why does this not surprise me???
Cue the Twilight Zone music!
You're an astute connoisseur of cutlery, Stuart.
Cool color combo, Steve, and what a whittler!!
Sunday Best, Vince!!
Intriguing pattern, Stuart! The current 6347 (with 3 blades) has 3 springs, I think. How many springs on that one?
Great photo of your stag Barlow on a fishing expedition, John!
You lured me into expecting red bone Case knives, Dean, and this one was a shock!
This knife arrived this week, and I've been carrying, but not using, it:
Bodacious Barlow, GT.
Lovely pic of your rosewood barlow, Gary.
Thank you, Gary. The quarter inch difference between the mini muskrat and the muskrat seems small but if very noticeable when carrying and using.
I was going to do an eighth day of redbone carry, but a week is only seven days.
Nice lambsfoot Barlow you have there.
Thanks as always for taking the time to comment !
@5K Qs Nice Barlow GT!
Inspired by @JJ Cahill and @Fodderwing, I’m toting a Robeson too.
Still paling around with this guy. If they ever make a 74 or 48 wharncliff single blade, I'll have to have one.