What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. r8shell

    r8shell Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Jan 16, 2010
    I've been carrying my Stockyard Whittler daily for about a month now. It's a great medium-sized knife with all I need: a clip blade, a straight edged blade, and a pointy-scrapey tool for anything I don't want to hurt a blade edge on. Of course, being a knife-knut, it isn't all about need. :D

    Today, I'm also carrying a Lambsfoot big-un and a cute little teeny-tiny Cattaraugus penknife in mother of pearl.

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  2. sunknife

    sunknife Gold Member Gold Member

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    Nov 28, 2018
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  3. DelOro

    DelOro

    Jan 17, 2016
  4. mitch13

    mitch13 Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 3, 2004
    Hmm this could be interesting,
    Where's the action shots?spey or clip for detailed?:eek::D

    Nice knife mate.
     
  5. Rose and Thistle Custom

    Rose and Thistle Custom Josh Mead Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    May 9, 2018
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    Getting ready to move, headed to Eugene.
     
  6. Prester John

    Prester John Gold Member Gold Member

    May 20, 2018
    Thanks! Old can of Barbasol. Haven't shaved in two or three years.
     
  7. 5K Qs

    5K Qs Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 20, 2014
    Lambsfoot of the Week: 2017 horn Guardians lambsfoot (thanks, Jack):
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    Stag/Horn Knife of the Week: Joker small stag lockback:
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    Peanut of the Week: Case chestnut jigged bone CV peanut:
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    Big Knife of the Week: Rough Rider Fish Knife (thanks, Mark):
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    - GT
     
  8. scrteened porch

    scrteened porch Basic Member Basic Member

    Feb 19, 2012
    My eccentric uncle once ran out of shaving foam- nothing coming out, not even a hiss. He figured there must be a little left in there, and stuck one of those old triangular can openers into the can. There was a lot left in there, very briefly.

    Here are some possibilities for tomorrow: Colonial, Camco, Utica.
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  9. kai76

    kai76

    Jun 5, 2009
    Really nice knives Steve and Jeff!

    Lovely barlow! The warm color of the bone is just soothing.

    All 3 are nice but I really like that little MOP Catt!

    Nice knife sir!!

    Thanks Gary for making me realize I don’t have a Case peanut and that I need one!:D

    Same as yesterday.
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  10. DelOro

    DelOro

    Jan 17, 2016
    Great story! :D

    Your story reminds me of my Dad trying to light our gas furnace in the winter of 1978. Instead of paying $25.00 and having the gas company do it the next day, he got a coat hanger, scotch tape and some stick matches. He ended up with NO arm hair or eyebrows and the outline of his head/back/behind in the drywall. Final cost about $120.00, but my Dad without eyebrows for two weeks -- Priceless! :p:p
     
  11. 315

    315 Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 2, 2017

    I would think John Wayne would be tough enough not to use shaving cream...o_O
     
  12. r8shell

    r8shell Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Jan 16, 2010
    Good luck with the move!
    Thank you. :)
     
  13. Amir Fleschwund

    Amir Fleschwund Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 29, 2008
    Real nice triplets, my friend. You remind me of one reason I love my TL-29s. That heavy duty, high angle edge on the screwdriver blade is incredibly useful for the rough stuff.

    Aw man, makes me tired just thinking about it. Good luck!

    I knew there was something I like about you, my bearded brother!

    See, there are scientifically proven reasons not to shave.
    I was going to vote for the Utica, but that long pull on the Camco!

    Shaving trivia: being a total cheapskate, I discovered that hair conditioner makes a superior shaving cream. Then once, while passing time with the septic service guy while he sucked out our tank, he pointed out the whitish gray stuff in the very bottom...yep hair conditioner. The guy told me it is about the only thing that people put down the drain that does not break down. Now the girls don’t use it, and I gave up the barbaric practice of scraping hair off my face.
    Thanks, Nick!
    And thanks for another view of that lovely 72 Whittler!
    I will tote one of mine in delrin tomorrow, and dream of Rogers bone.
     
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  14. cigarrodog

    cigarrodog Platinum Member Platinum Member

    May 18, 2014
    @JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. Your reservation is set. Love that GEC 44 and Case 6347.

    @Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Love that Winchester with that beautiful shield. The same goes for the HH Barlow.

    @DelOro - Yummy looking waffles, Del.

    @5K Qs - Thank you GT. What I lack monetarily has been more than adequately compensated in experiences.:) Wouldn’t trade one for the other. Wild about your Joker.




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  15. joeradza

    joeradza Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 6, 2014
    First, last, and always the definitive pocketknife.
     
  16. joeradza

    joeradza Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 6, 2014
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  17. cigarrodog

    cigarrodog Platinum Member Platinum Member

    May 18, 2014
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  18. Prester John

    Prester John Gold Member Gold Member

    May 20, 2018
    I've actually had a beard for about twenty years. A couple of years ago, I shaved. Shocked my family. My daughter had never seen me without a beard (except in old photos). I shaved every day for about eleven months and then grew the beard back. It feels right, although I love splashing on some Aqua Velva after a shave!
     
  19. Pàdruig

    Pàdruig Live and Let Die Platinum Member

    Dec 1, 2016
    This one for me today.

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  20. Duckdog

    Duckdog Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 26, 2012
    I'm trying to catch up, so first with thanks to all y'all for the kind compliments on my sporadic posts:

    Thanks.

    Thanks. The 1100 is from 1979 and is in very fine condition. When I got it, it had a 30" fixed FULL choke barrel, which is of little use to me. I put a new 28" vent rib barrel on it and got some Carlson chokes. Old school fixed up.

    Thanks.

    Thanks. Jeff, I see the layers, too. It looks to be a laminated synthetic material that has been sanded down. The color is uniform on the edges with thin parallel lines that suggest lamination. I actually don't know. GT, Goins and Levine don't seem to be familiar with Myers, either. Yes, the tang stamp is a sunburst/rising sun. It really is a fun knife to tote.

    Dean, I'm not sure that it is a Case, but, at 4.25", it is too large to be a Western or KaBar, which also made knives for L.L. Bean, but were 5". Its size would fit into Case's 093, 094, and 0094 patterns, though most of them had the rounded hook sharpener and I haven't seen any Cases with the old style liner lock that mine has. I have two of them and this one is the user. Easy to sharpen, good cap lifter, solid lock. I prefer fixed blade knives for fishing, but this one and the Zebco 33 were perfect for pond fishing on the spur of the moment.
    - Stuart
     

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