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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Sunset with my HHB Lambsfoot.
A couple of oldies today
Happy Saturday everyone !
Have a Great weekend everyone!
We're planning a quiet day at home watching college football.
We're headed to the rocky mountains for vacation, and I thought it appropriate to take this favorite little gem with me as my main knife.
I'm hoping this is another light duty day, so I'm totin' this one made by Eldon Courtney in Wichita, Kansas in May, 1979.
How you liking the two blade Lamb, ED?
Lotsa sugar drinks? Yup
Rotten banana bone? Yup
Rooting for the Georgia Pugs?
just being used makes them improved, even if not in name hehe
I wish they’d make more. I’d really like a nice jigged bone. The copperhead was amazing but haven’t seen a single one even come up for sale in 3 years. The green I’ve seen but command more than I’ll pay. Trying to wait patiently for more.
Well it’s Stagurday! Pam and I got up this morning and went to our local orchard to get some fresh apples. We came home with some Mutsu’s, some Senshu’s and some Early Fuju’s! Oh, didn’t mean to forget about the fresh Fried Pies and Apple Fritters! I’m cooking a pot of chili and watching SEC Football today with these two Stag friends along for the day! Y’all have a great day!
I was getting nervous because I need my Canoe fix, Gary. I have one Canoe which is the Buck model you have. Are the Case models heavier or lighter than the Buck (just curious)?
I love the noir look, Josh! Great photos.
A Case sowbelly stockman and Case teardrop.
@JohnDF - I like them a lot John. I have a couple of them - both in dark African rosewood. Although they have two blades, they are no thicker than the Stag Hartshead which should not come as a surprise taking into account the thick bolsters of the Hartshead. I like that extra pen blade as it can come in handy when picking out a splinter or lifting one of those dang tamper resistant tags on some products.
I'll leave you with another picture of one.
Two mesmerizing pieces. That sow tongue ties me and the Imperial colors me with envy. Stained glass ...so And merci beaucoup
OK you two.....i'll bite
That is a big attractive pen blade.
Ooooh, Gev, what gorgeous bone! Who is the maker?
Most excellent, Gev!
Ed, you're a bad influence
Got mine in the pocket today as well.
But only for the day... Have to go knifeless again this evening for night 2 of the Eric Church Double Down Tour. Great seats last night, and can't wait to see where they put us tonight!
Thanks, Gents !!! Jeff, it is an old India Steel Works John Primble