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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
@5K Qs Thanks Gary!
Busy in the kitchen.
@5K Qs Thanks Gary !
GT thats a photo I took on Monday, usually by the first week of October the killer frost shows up, ready for destruction and mayhem. So hopefully I have until then to take some fall photos.
Looks good to me!
No special powers and no Photoshop either.
It's the real thing.
However it's quite easy to do actually if you go to the right places and are just a bit patient.
I frequently walk the trails at the "Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary" where birds are more accustomed to humans bringing seeds for them.
Beautiful place, and most times I go there is hardly anybody enjoying nature's gifts.
Gary, "smooth" is a very good description, thanks as always.
Thank you, Jack.
Thanks for the added information and knowledge.
Thank you, GT.
Still carrying the NOOB.
@JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. The stain glass covers on your toothpick is a work of art. Then there’s that beautiful 4 Blade...
@dc50 - Lovely warm toned image, Dave.
@Duckdog - That Eldon Courtney Custom is a real charmer, Stuart.
@Gevonovich - Both the knife and image has captured my gaze.
@Jack Black - Was curious what that cool post WW2 was hafted in.
@SVTFreak - Just look at the gorgeous covers on your 81.
@Coreman - Great image. Perfect use of empty space.
@Leslie Tomville - That bottom knife hafted in Stag, along with file work is a knockout.
@5K Qs - What a sweet sowbelly, GT.
Thank you, Harvey.
Here's my jack of late.
Yep, no wonder!
A nice 72 is one of only two knives I want and don't have. I'll happily settle for delrin, but I sure would be tickled pink if I found one like yours...
Thank you Gev!!! What a marvelous Primble sowbelly you have today; a defining and artistic beauty!
Thanks Nick!!! Still no surf but an awesome pocket knife!
Thank you Jack!!! That's quite a cool Needham, Hill Street jack; it has "military issue" written all over it!
Thanks x2 Gary!!! Really lovely couple of Stock knives; the acorn shield on your sowbelly always reminds me of the old Remington knives, tantalizing tobacco bone!
What an awesome KA-BAR-LOW Todd; the clip blade is very reminiscent of a Cattaraugus Barlow clip, quite the beauty there!
Thank you Harvey!!! I can't wait to see what your next beauty is!
Today's totes are a couple of pocket friendly pre WWII Robeson knives.