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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
The Case yellow belly. Tony Bose design.
Stag Stockyard Whittler
Thank you very much JJ, a couple of lovely old knives you have there
Nice pic John
Absolutely smashing Dave
Have a great time
Great to hear your thoughts Ed
It's taken from the NAAFI knife made in Sheffield post-WW2
Nice Mike Have a great night
I thought I’d carry the 81 a few days but when I woke up today, this one was calling my name. Ain’t carried her in awhile. Shame really. I need to stop being scared of maring her.
Ha! Thanks Gev. I’ve no response for that. You got me. Always love seeing that old Sow of yours. The bone is perfect!
Thanks JJ! I’ve been toting the 72 swell center all week but I guess the surf gods aren’t too happy about it since the waves have been tiny all week! You and @Gevonovich with your Sow’s, very nice! I love the saber ground blade on your Imperial toothpick.
Love that Case Steve!!
Worked today, so I figured these would help whittle away the time. Couple of Germans dressed stag. Henkels on top and a Kissing Cranes on bottom.
@Jack Black and @kai76 thanks fellas !
With a pen I made a couple years ago.
An eclectic selection today.
I’ve missed it, and it’s not even mine! What a specimen, Joey!
Thank you, TF!
Thank you, thank you very much.
Workin in my shop with Waynorth Cutlery at my side
Love for the 72 is going strong.
Aged and A-1, JJ!
A knife worthy of acclaim, José!
Admirable Case jack and adorable surfer duck, Jer!
Advantageous duo, Steve!
Ancient and alluring piano keys to accompany your singing like a pirate, Jeff!
The canoe is amazing, but the rainfall sounds awful, Chris!
Appealing feathering on your horn lambsfoot, Mike!
Dylan and Harry, what an arresting accumulation of red sawcut!!
Dean, your Ancient, Farmer Jack, and Swayback Jack are an aristocratic trio!
Congrats, Jeff; that looks astonishingly smooooth!
Astounding relevance in your pirate humor, John & Rachel!
Awe-inspiring knife, Alan!
Good to see you and your attractive TC, Barrett!
I hope your ailment abates ASAP, HnS. Auspicious Texas Jack!
Appreciate (and agree with) the comments, John & Harvey & JJ.
An august, and golden, topic, Gev!
Lean and mean slicing machine, Stuart!
Interesting conjecture about mustard patina, and it makes sense. Here's another example of "mustard blob" results:
I should probably try using a scout knife can opener for the canned dog food. My wife won't allow the good can opener to be used on dog food cans, and the one she permits for such usage is a piece of junk!
Striking trio of black synthetics for Black Friday, JJ!
That Buck stockman is a great choice for Black Friday, Jack!
I hope the flu flees soon. Appealing texture on the higonokami handle!
Salutary sable set, John!
Do you have special powers, Dan, or is Photoshop involved in these amazing wildlife pics??
Awesome pic, Dave! Is that an old photo, or do you still have so many lovely blooms in your garden in late September?
Sowbelly of the Week is a Rough Rider model with smooth tobacco bone covers:
Stockman of the Week is a Schrade 897UH (thanks, Dean):
Got up this morning and the outside temperature was 73 F , so I decided that I would carry my two 73's today . Sorry about having to use old photos , because it is raining here .
Pile side of the top 73
Pile side of the bottom 73
I'm pretty much over it, started back to work today.
I just gotta build my strength back up after two weeks of basically sleeping