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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I like this knife a lot. And this beer, though I don't think I've ever bought it in cans before.
Yeah I can actually carry it more easily in my pocket, I have smaller traditionals that weigh more. I would have liked the red but seems black is the only color wallyworld has. This one is devoid of clips and studs,and if you dont mind larger knives quite pocketable. Everything is nicely rounded,and for 20 bucks a dang good bargain imho.
Thank you very much Sir .
Ah Stuart - magnificent!
Took the girls on a 276 mile road trip today doing the loop all the way around Mt St Helens. I first saw it 27 years ago when everything still looked like the moon. I’m always amazed how much it gets greener every year.
Of course I had to have some Wisconsin salami cheese after a little hike
Wow! I love that pic. A beautiful knife doing chores. Hope the knuckle heals quick.
Each morning I slip a Victorinox Waiter or Compact into my left pocket, and I choose a single-bladed slipjoint for my right. More often than not, this humble 15 gets the nod.
Perfect, thin, light slicing machine #82 Possum Skinner
Been taking a bunch of these apart lately.
I like my Roundhead, carry a Benchmade, most often a full-size Griptilian with M4 steel in my strongside front pocket, whichever traditional I'm using for the day in a slip alongside my wallet and the Roundhead in my vest pocket.
I really want one of the Shufflers in damasteel with custom covers, G10 for the bolster and purple bone.
My "carry" at the moment, playing Assassins Creed Black Flag.
That's one beautiful knife being put to good use.
Thank you. It's an apostle P 74. A very generous member here sold it to me when I was looking for a 74.
Tomorrow’s carry and one of my few no worries work horses . Developing some nice character and a joy to carry and use. Case did a great job on this canoe
Thanks Steve!!! Great shot (as usual) of your Churchill today!
Thank you very much kind Sir!!! I am looking forward to viewing your next beauty Gev!
One word Stuart; WOW!!! Maybe two; Awesome!
Thank you Ron!!! I have a soft spot for the old fellas... Beautiful stag on your marvelous Sheffield Lamb!
Thanks a bunch Harvey!!! It certainly looks like you have the best of Sheffield today; old and new, quite wonderful!
Very cool David; my first serious cutter was the great grandfather to your new slicer!
Extraordinary image of an outstanding knife; well done!
Thanks for the comments!