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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you, GT.
Thank you Jack!
Well, it's been a while, but since it's Trapper Tuesday, I thought I'd let this ole #73 Square End out of its tube to spend the day with me. I'm thinking I don't spend near enough time with this one. I'll have to change that.
My twin blade.
Camillus US Air Corp Utility and a #43
Nice work Jak3, and I am also impressed by David!
@5K Qs ~ Thanks, Gary. You’re very kind. Yes, absolutely. I did practice jigging on scrap first! Not so much for any kind of jigging pattern, but mostly to pick the right bit.
Got a couple of old High Carbon brand Craftsman knives today.
Outstanding combo!!!! Booth knives get a huge thumbs up.
Great scout. I really love those old Camillus-manufactured Craftsman camp knives. They have great shields, often have amazing bone covers, and the spiral punches just make the whole package even more deluxe.
Thanks, Buzz~ I do as well. Cool old knives.
Spot on about @SteveC ’s totes too!
Thanks fellas !
That you, Gary! That is a beguiling brace of Barlows you are bearing!!
I'm overwhelmed by your kind comments, as usual, Gary.
I watched the movie, Hugo, last night (the movie is set in 1931); about 5 minutes into the movie a Barlow appeared. So, I decided to carry my own I*XL Barlow today.
The cotton sampler is like carrying a scalpel, the lambsfoot is just a no nonsense cutting machine
German made Russell today.....
Happy Two Toothpicks Tuesday to all y'all. This BB Winchester 1924 has been hanging around for the past week or so and even joined me for a cocktail last night. I toted it and the L.L. Bean Fisherman to a local pond to see if it had been re-populated with more than frogs and damsel flies. It hadn't been.
Victorinox Cadet and Pioneer
Terrific Toothpicks, Stuart. I only have one and I have a question: What do you think of the Case fisherman's knife?
That can got dinosaur DNA hiding in the bottom of it?
Still loving the @glennbad modded 82.
@ JJ Cahill
Thanks for your kind comments on my jack knives & photo.