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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Wow, holy moly! Nice grain. Shew wee!
Hello Paul. That one started life as a Chestnut bone covered Case Bose Eureka Jack. The bone on it was dull and lifeless and just butt ugly IMO. I commissioned Javi Garcia on Instagram and had him recover it in vintage natural canvas micarta. His work is top notch!
Decided on a simple Jack Knife this morning, a 1974 Case DELRIN handled plain jack. OH
I can feel it in the air tonight
I've been waiting for this moment
All my life
I remember... the edge of night
I can feel it
all my life
Switched it up to a favorite for today. Working class blade with a working class beverage.
Yes, Gary. I do like the Florist. Slim, light, and a great shape for using. Like my spokesman said, if you recognize that it is made for cutting flower stems to length (probably on a cutting matte), and trimming leaves off stems while making up floral arrangements, the four finger grip, straight cutting edge, shorter blade, and chisel grind all make sense.
We do have a florist in the family ~ my son's mother-in-law ~ and from watching her in her flower shop, I had the fantasy of gifting her with one of these (I have two). But I don't think she gives two hoots about traditional pocket knives. She seems to prefer dull scissors and even duller utility knives.
But she sure knows how to put flowers together that please Mrs Fleschwund!
The Vik Florist excels at cleanly harvesting in the garden, small pruning jobs, and makes a great paring knife in the kitchen.
I'm envious over your Alox specimens... but I really like that Pocket Pal!
BTW, Holub Electrical supply in Sycamore is about 40 minutes south of me. I have read speculation that their electrician's knives were made for them by Klein and Sons out of Chicago.
That’s a great knife Image. Gev.
Much appreciated, Harvey
Delivery from Germany...
Thanks Gary! It looks like you have a great lineup of 2 electricians with another Swiss pal!
Thanks again Gary! I am trying to test most of my traditional knives and then come up with a plan, like you! Another cool and curvy lineup of 2 canoes and a sowbelly!
Thanks so much Nick!!!
You have another "epic oldie" Nick; certainly love that jigging!
That's definitely a Cool Catt!!! Great shot, too!
For wooden Wednesday I'm going to tote a burley American sporting "lightning wood" paired with a curvy French model in a sleek ebony cover.
Good Wednesday, today with two A. Wright Lamb foot in Ebony and Ironwood!
I have these today: 4 line Camillus TL 29 and Camillus made Buck 303.
My only Bulldog. I just love the thinly ground spey blade and the match strike nail nick. The green jigged bone isn't bad either.
Very nice Cocobolo there Josh!
A nice pair of Lambs Jose!
I’ve got two In wood for today. Ebony and Rosewood!
I awaiting mine in stag. Should arrive anyway now. What a great looking knife!