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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Great choices, Gary! Rough Rider seems to pick great stag.
Sunday stockman. Case calls this Walnut bone, so I had some walnuts.
Stuart, it’s good to see a Rem 1100 with a wood stock. Seems this day and age you hardly see them getting used.
It’s raining and absolutely cruddy in the Pacific NW today so I figured this Victorinox would be. A good choice.
Thanks Jack! Same back at you buddy!
Beautiful peaches Dave! Those will be so wonderful during the dead of winter! Beautiful HHB my friend!
Purely inspirational my friend!
I’m loving it all Stuart! The 1100, the knives and the quality time with your son! It doesn’t get much better my friend!
Welcome to you and your #38 Grinling!
This 78 just returned from GEC. They fixed some looseness in the pivot that was caused by the user error. I thought it was cool that they returned a broken knife in better than new condition.
I’m sitting here watching the Titans and the Colts. So, I’m not really totin in the truest sense of the term. I’ve got a Gem watching the game with me. If I’m not careful I’ll be spending more time looking at this beautiful knife than the screen! I hope y’all have a blessed Sunday!
Thank you, Ron Tomatoes are next
The sports go over my head I'm afraid Ron But I know a Gem when I see one, etch or no etch Fact is, there is no dud in the 38 range, always a more than cool pattern and the Farmer's Jack is a big favourite of mine. We have @wlfryjr to thank for this
I totally agree Will! The #38 Farmer’s Jack in all their varieties, IMHO, are very significant knives from Great Eastern Cutlery! Definitely the influence of Lyle @wlfryjr and Charlie @waynorth played a significant role in their production!
I have been pairing different knives with the Farmer recently. Buck 301 Forum Knife this past week.
Last year's Forum Knife was also a gem, great steel, interesting blade arrangement and very reasonable cost, very keen on mine anyway.
That is excellent service. Great looking 78 too.
This S&M Heritage Series spear and pen jack with steel liners and pins. Dense ebony scales just felt right as a Sunday carry for me. The beaded pouches were found at a trading post some 10 years ago and I gifted them to my wife. They aren't used as knife pouches, that might land me in hot water.
Found this at a fairly cheap price on the Bay. Was not all that well cared for but with a tiny bit of TLC and a touch of dye on the scales the real beauty of this knife came out and makes it one of my best. Polishing paste removed scuffs from bolsters and the F&F is superb. This is right up there with my #77 Barlow and my Washington Jack. I'll be totin' this for a while.
I’m guessing made by Schrade? Great looking knife, and I’ve heard it said that Schrade did the best job on jigged delrin.
Me too~ round two on canning ‘maters.
I have been gardening since I was a teen, and have never had a better year for tomatoes. Having a horse stable 1/2 mile away is a beautiful thing!
That is a great photo (and that is a grail knife for me).
Thank you. It is indeed a schrade.
@JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. Wonderful pair of Swiss Slicers.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Never ever tire seeing your HH Barlow.
@dc50 Your HH Barlow image is peachy keen, Dave.
@Ramrodmb - Two splendid images, Mark. The top one is sublime.
@JohnDF- John, your Tidioute Image is texturific.
@Gevonovich - What a lovely arrangement. Wonderful words to live by, too.
@joeradza - Alan, I do believe that I’ve never seen one of your knives, that was less than a work of art. The same goes for your images.
@Cutfinger - Long ago, I once fronted a band, sang and played blues harmonicas, yet never saw one dissected. Beautiful image.
@Duckdog - Gorgeous Parker, Stuart.
@sunknife - Those beaded pouches brought back fond memories of family car trips out west and beaded belts, not to mention later 60s flower child apparel.