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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Happy & safe 4th of July to everyone!
A 73 and two of the new 93’s. The 93’s are way better than I was expecting. The 73 liner lock is an old favorite pattern, but this is a new knife to me! Happy 4th of July!!
Beautiful knives, all of ‘em. Here’s my 93 out on the deck with me before a Tennessee summer storm.
Today it’s a very nice jack from Mr. Chamblin. It went to the dump to unload a trailer we filled during a service project last weekend, opened some packages, and sharpened a pencil I was using to take some notes.
Came home from work today early so I could start smoking with the Remington...
A good Wooden Wednesday to everyone!
Great coffee, a day off, and a stag gunstock trapper in my pocket. Pretty good start to a day right thar. Of course, the intent was to post this photo this morning, so that tells you how my day off (alleged) went!
Queen made Moore Maker Gunstock y vaca. Welcome to Texas
That is very nice
If your dump fees are anything like here, no more knife purchases for awhile
I plan to tote a good ol' American trapper on Independence Day:
Case amber bone SS trapper.
But I'm also going to tote this beauty, from the Olde Country:
Sambar stag Hartshead Barlow, from A. Wright & Son, Sheffield, England.
Have my Opinel No 6 carbone with me for wooden Wednesday again.
Also thank you to those who post what model and pattern of knife they are carrying. It really helps since I'm so new to traditionals.
I just edited my last post to include more identifying information.
Great looking knife and salmon! What’s the other blade on that Remington?
Just fired up the smoker here too...
Man, that's a handsome knife!
Perhaps weird, but I really like the stag, the blade shape, and the sunk joint!
Thanks for the extra info, Dave and Steve.
I think I'd become a professional pallbearer if I had the knife you posted; I'd want to carry that coffin all the time!
That's a rich, regal red, John!
"Absurdly beautiful" seems a very accurate description of your Waynorth Lambsfoot, Buzz!
Another of your wonderful metal knives!
Glad to hear that we'll still get to see the old TEW now and then, Harry!
Always good to see that TC with the darker spots.
That white gunstock is quite elegant!
Congrats on getting the whole set, Paul!
Sensational covers on that Barlow!
Fantastic photos, Matt and FBC!
With that pair of Barlows, Jack, you don't need a compass to know that you're headed the right direction!
Great old wood for Wednesday!
TEN Ws!! Well done, Jeff!
My goodness, those ebony Churchills are sure superb knives!
Great to see #10 again, Dean!
Have a great Fourth of July, Tom and everyone else!
Thank you. He makes wonderful slipjoints.
$84 for 10 tires plus a 20’ dump trailer full of the refuse from a mobile home park we cleaned up. Old appliances, railroad ties, broken down swing sets, busted up furniture, you name it!
Edited mine as well and added a pic. @cortopar and @315 , come check out the Blades and BBQ thread. Looks like it might be y'all's kind of thing.
It’s good to have such a reward, every year after my work-related physical which includes fasting I down a big plate of buckwheat pancakes and a side of bacon, washed down with lots of coffee.
On your way out, you can drop this beauty off at my place!
Thank you, GT.
Lol... It was the only nice thing about the drive.