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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Just a 34OT today....
A Case Canoe
Man, I love that Case Canoe. Like it so much that I talked the girl at the feed store here into getting that one for her husband for Father's Day. They were supposed to order another in for me, but I haven't seen it yet ha ha ha! I'm all CF and Ti today, dealing with heat and humidity. Kim, however, is spinning yarn and using her nice little Camillus made Moore Maker Coffin Jack. Shown here with her niddy noddy
I love that shine!! Did you put a mirror finish on the blade?
Thank you very much Ron...
Appealing pair for you!
Thanks, Harvey. The covers on your English stockman look as delectable as some of your best pastries!
Commendable commitment, John!
Beguiling toothpicks, Dean & Nick; the threaded bolsters are a bonus! I like those big toothpicks even better with a secondary blade (but not a scaling blade), but I don't think Case makes that, do they? Nick, who made your knife?
Thanks, Dean; I find that pile side "crater" to be a dazzling feature.
Peace and Long Life, John.
I'm grateful for your positive feedback, Harvey.
This seems like one of those circuit-blowing philosophical paradoxes, Alan!
When I was a kid, I'd watch ANY cartoons, and Mr. Magoo was the only one I NEVER found entertaining.
Deluxe duo, Steve!
Simple pattern, but effective, and exceptional bone!!
Thanks for the first-rate Florist feedback, Jeff, and for the Holub info.
I agree with you on the Pocket Pal; it's a fantastic pen knife!
I appreciate the compliments, JJ.
Grand wood for Wednesday, José!
Lavish lambsfoot lumber, Ron!
Terrific timber twosome, Jeff!
Thanks for clarifying the situation, Jolipapa!
Hard to beat, John!
Incredible pic of immaculate knife, Vince!
Barlow bonanza in the brush pile! Lots of wood in that pic.
Your ebony Waynorth is Way Cool, Harvey!
Thanks for the canoe comment, Tom.
I like your Wednesday wood, but I don't recognize the folder.
Splendid photo of your Forum knife, Dean!
I agree... Hard to beat a Sodbuster Jr.
It's cheap, attractive, durable, easily replaced, and infinitely handy.
Wow! I thought Mr. Magoo was GREAT! Rocky and Bullwinkle I found kind of creepy, and I HATED Mickey Mouse. Mighty Mouse was a lot more manly. And Speedy Gonzalez, he was great! Favorites were Looney Toons, Pink Panther, Johnny Quest, and the old Popeye (1940s and 1950s).
Thanks, Gary. It's a little thrilling to hold! I almost want to go to a cantina and start a fight! [Just kidding, guys! ]
International Knife of the Week is this Opinel #8 my daughter got me in Spain:
Watchpocket Knife of the Week is a Rough Rider amber jigged bone canittler:
Big Knife of the Week is a Sabre Daddy Barlow:
One of favorites. One long, easy pull, snaps closed, and love the length. It helps satisfy my craving for Shiney objects.
Thank you for your kind comments, Gary.
Your knife that is the progeny of a Canoe and a Whittler is beguiling, Gary.
Thank you Gary!
Vince, you and I seem to have similar taste in cartoons I loved watching that poor ole Coyote try catching the Road Runner as well.
Thanks GT! Mine is a NYK.
Been carrying this one quite a bit.
Gorgeous piece. Love the Canoe pattern.
And I kept hoping he'd catch him!
Thank you, GT!
Thank you for the compliment GT. OH