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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks Dean! It showed up in fluorescent pink and I gave it a bath in some Crimson RIT die.
Thanks a lot JJ!
Thanks Gev. A very peaceful spot with a lovely view of sunset.
Thanks so much Harvey my friend!
Gonna carry this 2017 BF TC in honor of Charlies Birthday today!
It's Monday again? Already?
Have a good one!
Today's carry. This one belonged to my grandfather. Still doesn't look too bad for an almost 50 year old knife.
Thanks pal, hope you have a good week Nice choice for this auspicious day
JJ, beautiful Robesons with their trapezoidal long pulls. I have a well loved stockman from the same era that I pocketed today.
29 again today.
Happy belated B-Day to Charlie !!! Your creations speak volumes and enrich us all
Thank you are fine pair yesterday and today
Most excellent !
@Amir Fleschwund I like the access relief you made for the pen on your what must be a 33OT.
And I like the knife too, a tad small maybe, but as I heard someone here say "a great do everything knife".
@cigarrodog leading and playing harp for a blues band, too cool man! For a time around the 70s-80s Hohner quality fell far, a few guys figured out how to make those lemons play properly, and later, even better than harps had ever played. I am a hobbyist member of the tradition of coaxing better performance from Hohner harps. Good news is Hohner quality is through the roof these days.
@Gevonovich thanks for the compliment on the photograph. I hope to break my habit of posting terrible photos. I try my best.
1st rain of the year feels like fall! Happy birthday Charlie!
Happy Birthday Charlie.
No relation to Charlie, but I think I've never carried this Miller Bros before.
Happy Birthday Charlie. And many more.
Bosses 65032, carried it home to put super glue in a crack around the center pin.Theres a small bit of bone chipped out there,but I just wanted to stabilize the crack.
With all the Parker's being posted I carried one of mine, big 'ol fat hog of a sowbelly, 4-1/8 closed,5 blades.
72 again. In my opinion, a perfect pattern.
Ulster Jack and a Calf Roper today