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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Hands pressed together in prayer to the Masters Well done Leslie
Haven't carried the little Christy companion In a while.
It's really easy to underappreciate a knife like this because it seems more like a keychain or box cutter in a lot of ways but when treated like a regular traditional pocket knife they really prove themselves in cutting ability.
Thank you Harvey
Looks great, thanks for the info.
Thank you @Gevonovich @Chui and @Peregrin for your compliments and, much more, for your imparting your knowledge.
Gev, Paul, and Gary, in a very real way, the three of you, along with other knowledgeable members of the Porch, have helped me to reach this place in my collecting. I have learned so much from reading your posts and viewing photographs of your amazing knives over the years. This hobby truly is a process. Like horseback riding or martial arts; you never finish learning. It is a life long journey. And finally, do you mind if I send you a bill for causing me to spend so much money?
I think that knife has the most rugged looking covers I've ever seen, Dwight!
Real nice knives today folks! I’ve been too busy and lazy to post my totes this past week or so but have had either the NYK congress pen or the Schrade mini moose with me and on some days, both knives. I love the proper swage on the NYK!
Helping my boss move some stuff around in storage, found these cool old posters. The place advertised is about a mile from where we live. She used to help their neighbors run the event, and did some barrel racing there. They no longer hold rodeo events, but still have several teams of draft horses and do events with carriages and wagons,they even have a stage coach. Boss said finding these brought up some good memories.
It was well worth it even though you had to give up some nice ones.
Congratulations you’ve reached the point of insanity J/K What a beautiful knife!!
This one has been in my pocket since the day I got it on 6-27-2019 .
And I have started to carry this Lambfoot a little more . Not much sense in letting it just lay in a drawer .
Two real beauties there, Harry.
Hahaha! It's never been carried Dean but that is some great scale material for sure.
Wrong thread, dude. Only traditionals here.
My bad DUDE, who says dude? Won't infringe on your area again.
Sorry, man (fella/guy/bro/pal?). Meant no offense.