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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
White bone #74
Good Saturday Morning
Black Stallion and a Case 1/2 whittler that I recently got off of the exchange in a lot.
Didn't care for the bright orange so I gave it a potassium permanganate treatment.
JJ, the cut grooves on your barlow appear much more defined than mine, unless it’s an illusion. I think it gives it some character already. Is the barehead a re-handled Knife? If so, it looks exquisite, if not, it looks exquisite
Steve, I think it turned out really well. I like the color it ended up. Definately don’t drop it in a pile of leaves this fall, you’ll never find it
This one today. Will be getting a session on the Sharpmaker as well.
That looks great. I’ve never thought about using pp on bone, even though I’ve seen it work wonders on stag.
This was a very early GEC 78 SFO for Jack Sparrow.
A fine Case you make And thank you for the kind words on mine
I love that knife ! Every time I see I want to buy one
Incredible art...a masterpiece in my eye
I never leave this one at home
Dude I like how that color turned out a lot!
Spectacular scrim, Greg! I switched to my gnarly Frank Buster this morning.
That is fantastically deep color for camel bone!
I'm carrying my avatar today: the photogenic Ancient sawcut TC Barlow.
@JJ Cahill - Thank you my friend. Such beautiful jigging on the 70s Case bare head. Sweet looking Barlow.
@dc50 - Beautiful Image, Dave.
Man o man does that beauty sing ! Wooooost
Thank you Harvey you sure are acquiring some fine ole Lambsfoot
@Gevonovich - Thank you kindly, Gev.
@dc50 - Thank you Dave. I might need an intervention.
W. Saynor stagalicious