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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
My carry tomorrow and a beautiful shot of a double rainbow to share
Cattaraugus was certainly quite a storied US cutler, from their 1906 "liner lock" Patent to their connection to Admiral Byrd!
Great photo Stuart!
Wonderful trio Rachel; your Catt pen is super cool!
Perfect Harvey; thank you!!! The covers on your Joseph Rogers Lamb are astounding; beautiful image too!
Wonderful shots of your fearsome foursome Gary; you have almost every outdoor activity covered with those beauties!
My totes for wooden Wednesday are two GECs; their recent and well done #29 in Osage and the ever ready #15 in ebony.
Today in my pocket and my wrist.
Yeah! I was being torn between the Utica and the Colonial, but the Camco is kind of fascinating because it seems a lot smaller than the Utica but has an almost as long blade. The shield on the Colonial is beautiful to me, even though it's just a bit of sheet metal with the points bent over. Also, I have even fewer solidly built Colonials than Imperials. Maybe only two.
Magnificent! That is what all Blood Red strives to be!
Oh, wow.... people around me at work are wondering why I keep laughing.... I can visualize a brief blizzard of foam....
If that had been captured on video, it would have gone viral immediately..
(don't try this at home, kids)
He probably had a pretty good audience once he stumbled out of his trailer with with his geyser. He lived in an Avion trailer after his early retirement, and used to go on mass trips with other Avion owners.
He bought a lot of land in Florida before anybody wanted it, and he invested in Gradall when Gradall was just a couple of foreigners with an idea.
Have I posted this pic of my haunted HSB? If it is haunted, the ghost must like Mollie Katzen. Pretty good focus. [Uncle Reggie owned and operated diners, eventually in Florida.]
[I forgot to add the pic; I should have left it like that. Spookier.]
As for today's carry, I think the Case on top has an excellent balance of the rugged and the debonair.
That's a different sort of Grohmann. That shield is a nice touch.
Amen brother Jeff!
Stuart, I’ve got an 870 Wingmaster 12 ga 28” MOD vent rib that I bought new in 1973 and I’ve got an 1100 LT20 with a 21” rifle slug barrel. I love Remington long guns.
Well it’s Woodsday again and I’m carrying Rosewood! I’ve got my Wright’s Rosewood Bigun Lambsfoot and a dandy Miller Brothers Equal End Jack. Dang, I hope I look this good when I hit the 100 year old mark! The Miller Brothers Jack was a wonderful gift from my friend Stuart @Duckdog! I’m always thankful Stuart!
I've been carrying my classic 74 Mustang this week.... a beautifully balanced knife. Just might be the most "natural feeling" knife in my collection. Others are very nice, like most of my sheepfoot knives, but this one just feels right when I pick it up.
(thanks to lastrodeo for making this available..)
I agree.... that Case looks sleek... very nice set of jacks... something about a well balanced spear point just looks "right".
That Miller Bros is a dandy !
Have to skip out on wood today in order to keep scratching my Craftsman itch.
Today, I’ve got a 9470 Stockman (pretty certain it was made by Ulster), which sports very nice walk ‘n talk and super snaps, a folding hunter on my belt, and a Cam 72 for fun.
Great pic, Alan! I had to carry mine after seeing it. Sometimes my memory needs a jog.
How many stag did they make? 100, 200?
Another beautiful fall day.