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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Monday, Monday, can't trust that day.
A little Ohta to keep me smiling.
Thanks my friend!
Stunning photo Dean
Cool pic Gary Your Ohta is such a beautiful knife
Wanted to go with some radical novelty
Shapleugh Hardware Co. jack - snappy weighty grace
Thank you, Jack!
A very beautiful image followed by an extremely thought provoking challenge.
Thank you JJ. Two beautiful Vintage knives in such great condition.
I'm totin' a Schrade Walden 881 today.
Every time I watch it I hear something new ! What a knife...wow
Always worth a long, loving gaze. Thanks for the pic.
That jigged bone!
All around great pocket knife!
Yeah, I don’t like that Monday guy. But I do like that Ohta!
Can’t decide whether I prefer your carry from yesterday or today, both are excellent Gev!
Beautiful pic and an even more beautiful knife!
Thank you Jeff. Beautiful light and color on your tomato image.
@Gevonovich - Thank you Gev. And thank you for a proper introduction to George Gurdjieff.
“A man can only attain knowledge with the help of those who possess it.” (Gurdjieff)
Thank you Nick. Your fine Robeson is beautifully presented with your image.
Thank you Nick ! That Robeson is a stunner and you captured its essence !!
Don't start with Beelzebubs tales to his grandson
Ouspensky is the source -As the blond kid in the surf shop tells Reeves ( in Point Break )
Thanks, Jeff! Anything Schrade Walden or anything stockman is OK by me, so this is a double winner!
I guess this ol white bone #74 will be hogging the pocket for the time being...wow.
I have missed (but now caught up with) some wonderful post the past two days. I'll try to get some comments posted before I forget them. Terrible traffic and some late afternoon wind turned our Saturday afternoon fishing efforts into a nice boat ride. Sunday started off on the same foot very early, but luck came onboard after noon and soon we were knee deep in bluefish on
My post wash-down tote was a Dexter Russell Sani-Safe fillet knife, seen at end of the cleaning table near my knee.
I headed and gutted them and then into the cooler they went for a trip home to a smoker. After that, a couple hours ride home, unload all the gear, re-ice the fish, and take softer seat than the boat had offered.
I toted that Case today, as it was too hot for totin' much more.
This is a handy one.