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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Hello Will, I consider to eat with Charlie's tools as a duty
All the best .
Have a Blessed Sunday everyone!
That was my reaction the first time I saw it.
LOL! Thanks buddy, I wanted something to celebrate 150 years of Boker, and that knife was it I'd love to see ram's horn on a Lambsfoot
Like you I love language my friend, and it's great to learn new words I just wish I could remember them!
Is that all it was Dave, it certainly SEEMED longer!
Hope you enjoy the game Ron, that's a great pic my friend
You too Dwight, fine pic of a fine knife
Just the one today Hope everyone is having a fab Sunday
Nice crop, and it made for a great pic
Great photo of your 15 Dave! We get those Canadian tomatoes here in Tennessee sometime. They’re okay but I’ll take a good ole locally grown mater any day!
A classic Dwight! Great photo!
Alan, that’s a beautiful Lloyd!
That’s a great photo and a beautiful AC there my friend!
That’s a great one to carry Jack! Alone or with company the Hartshead Barlow’s are very special knives!
Thanks Ron. Have a good Sunday.
But it's the perfect size! I notice that the younger generation generally carry their smartphones in their pockets (I use a belt holster), and a trapper is much smaller than a smartphone. My trapper weighs only 3.8 oz, two ounces less than my iPhone 7. It's more noticeable in the pocket than a Vic Classic, but when I carry a Vic nowadays I carry a Tinker or a Spartan, which are comparable to the trapper in size and weight, I think. At least to me any differences are negligible. But I'm from Texas!
I was only referring to the first one in 1836, when Texas became an independent republic.
Thank you! Hope you have a good Sunday too!
Most excellent Trapper Jack.
Thank you very much, GT.
Beautiful in it's simplicity.
I think it's a red Scout type of day...
Gary, RALF doesn't use tools, he is a tool, and a very hard worker!
Thank you, Ron!
That's all it was Jack,I can't believe it either.
Thank you, my friend.
Funny thing Ron I didn't realize they were Canadian grown until I looked at the photo.
As is your Red Scout John.
Thank you, Dave.
I just assumed it was because @5K Qs hasn't seen the Moore Maker Jumbo Trapper! That thing is a beast, but the one I saw wasn't as well made as my 4 1/8". Other than secession from the Union, I believe Texas is the only state with a declaration of independence. Because TX is of course the only state that was a country when we entered the Union.
Not about me today. Texas Gulf Coast weather + hours on the mower means Ti and CF with a pocket clip. But, Kim is working with a couple of nice traditionals today. Spinning some yarn this morning with the MOP Case Mini Trapper I got her for Christmas.
Kim needed new pruning tools. This showed up in the mail Friday . Case Hawkbill in amber jigged bone.
These two today
@5K Qs Thank you GT. Looking forward to you posting your @r8shell scrimshaw knife. I’m certain it’s beautiful. A thread about conversation starters is a winner.
@Jack Black - Love the Image showing your backyard. A Ram Horn Lamb is a brilliant idea. I’m already queuing.
Found another TEW Barlow. Wow. It’s a beast of a knife made to last.
Living on Pioneer Road...seems natural that I usually have my SAK Pioneer with me, today is no different
Pioneer by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
Pioneer by GaryWGraley, on Flickr