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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Texas Toothpick (just got yesterday) for Tuesday. It's called 'medium' at over 4 inches!
Thanks, Gary! Fancy canoe...very cool.
Thanks, GT. You have my vote.
Live long and prosper, my friend.
Almost hate to throw it in my pocket its so pretty... almost. This one is an immediate favorite.
It could have been BF Gary! It’s been good since then. Thanks for the black and white compliment!
It is unreal, and so are your gorgeous canoes, GT.
Yes, I've posted it before. But if you remember that you forgot, did you really forget?
GT he's more like Mr. Magoo
That a great looking trapper joe love the scales
Thank you and I agree with you a 100% on the workmanship of these century old knives. I like your Robeson’s!
Toting this big yet very pocketable one today.
That is some of the nicest looking cocobolo that I've seen.
These two today
I love this pointy little blade!
Niiice, killer swage!
Me too. Can we see more of that knife, what is it?
Well I’m doing some work in the yard.
Bulldog copperhead and A.Wright&Sons lambsfoot