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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Nice to see them so well used David
My go to knife. The HHB is used for oh so many tasks but I keep her wiped down so no patina.
@JJ Cahill - Couple of beauties, there, JJ.
@5K Qs - Thank you GT. As always, your knives look fantastic.
@Jack Black - Lucy is looking mighty nice, Jack.
It may be Friday the 13th, but so far the only thing crossing my path is good fortune. I’ve been looking for a TW Ablett for sometime. May he rest easy.
Really like those covers. Good looking pups ya got there! My sister had one, he was a mole hunting machine. He'd put his nose in the tunnel snort a few times and start digging like mad. Wouldn't give up till he had them either!
Totin' black knives on a full moon Friday the 13th! What could go wrong?
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Looking good Bill
Thanks a lot Harvey, I'm glad you were able to find one of Trevor's knives
Here is part of today's carry... Yeah, I know it has a pocket clip... and a thumb stud... and a liner lock... and Case's new Kickstart spring assist... but... but... it's just so stinking pretty. It kinda looks like a traditional... Please, Lord of Traditionals forgive me...
I walked under a ladder today, too.
And all lamp cords and network cables, from my own experience.
Thumb studs and pocket clips are ugly to me; don't like liner locks, either, for that matter. Besides, they don't belong here, as per the forum rules.
Congrats !! A work of Art ! Great tribute
Amazing knife !! Hope to see more of it
Congrats Harvey. You mentioned it to me the other day and BOOM, here it is.
Too stinking cute !
Nice Queens ! I'm totin' a #10 today
Harness Jack and a #10 today
I like the Aitor, but you better make sure your hand is away from the opening when you close it. It's a snapping turtle.