What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

joeradza

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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?
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Not sure Gary. I'll check later.
 

Jack Black

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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.

Hugo photo


My knife

Well spotted Dean :cool: :thumbsup:


NICE line-up Rachel, think you've got it all covered there :) :thumbsup:

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

Smashing bunch Gary :) :thumbsup:

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

DelOro 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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Thanks Harvey, good to see your Bexoid-scaled Rodgers Lambsfoot :) :thumbsup:

Another beautiful fall day. :)
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Great pic Dave :) :thumbsup:

Halfway through the week! :) I'm carrying these two :thumbsup:

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Jack Black

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Jack Black Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Looks like your beautiful HH Barlow and those coins will get you a few pints.:)

Thank you Harvey, maybe once! :D :thumbsup:


Beautiful pics :) :thumbsup:

Inflection point
The power of the experience
Fear is the thief of dreams
Leaning into it
Nimble
Tenacious
Formidable
Rage to Master
W/ Endurance and Execution

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Molly's Game

Characterful Cattaraugus Gev :) :thumbsup:
 

RDaneel

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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

Your Case Chestnut peanut is a gem, Gary!

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

Same as yesterday.

Thank you! I love the jigging on yours!

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

Thank you. Stuart for the info on your toothpick/fisherman's knife. It's a beauty whoever made it! :thumbsup:

Magnificent! That is what all Blood Red strives to be!

Thank you!


Inflection point
The power of the experience
Fear is the thief of dreams
Leaning into it
Nimble
Tenacious
Formidable
Rage to Master
W/ Endurance and Execution

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Molly's Game

The bone on that Catt is superb, Gev!:thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

Jack Black

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Thank you, Jack! It was carried by an eleven year old Parisian boy in the movie.

Who's the maker of your bailed jackknife? The bone has a neat color to it. :thumbsup:

That's pretty cool :) It's a 4-line Camillus very kindly gifted to me by Mr @paulhilborn :) :thumbsup:

Today's carry: Case teardrop in curly maple photographed on a new repair to a small bridge over a stream in a local wooded area. Kind of dim with all the trees.


I love the covers on that knife Dean :) :thumbsup:
 
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