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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you kindly Rachel. I’m grateful for getting it.
Excellent photo and knife. I’ve had a number of Great Eastern Cutlery knives but I managed to under appreciate the Churchill while it was still available. My Possum Skinner introduced me to single spring two blade knives and I have been looking for a Tidioute ebony Churchill since. For me, it seems the perfect regular carry user.
I "Catch and Release".
The only way it will clean a fish is if I accidentally kill one.
You may one day end up up a creek without a paddle, but you'll never lack for the canoe.
It's this Schrade Fire & Ice Dark Pick Bone Trapper by GEC in 2007.
Today is couch potato and laundry day. I made a run to the other side of the state and back for some furniture my daughters Grandparents gave them. Then I attended a benefit fundraiser for a child with cancer. I stayed too long but it was for a good cause and those extra beers seemed like a good idea last night
@Modoc ED and I decided it was going to be Case Amber Bone Large Stockman Day.
So both of these are coming on the trip with me. I think they make a handsome pair.
That certainly is a handsome pair, John.
Thank you, Gary; I haven't seen any other Midnight Stag knives posted here either.
Your cacophony of canoes is quite striking. Kudos on your collection.
A teardrop for Sunday.
I emailed you a ick-sure so you can have a good ROFLMAO minute or three.
IMG_7363 by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
Just doing the usual stuff.
Very nice, what size is the plane? Looks pretty small, a No. 2?