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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Nice pair! I'm enjoying a double punch Sunday.
GEC 85 bloodwood this weekend...
It's kind of become my Sunday knife.
Gettin' ready to get ready for church Have a great Sunday!
Thank you JJ!
I listen to pandora at work, and I agree their ads makes no sense and rude. I listen to mostly classic and outlaw country, so why do I need an ad about some whiney millennial being disappointed. Also Spanish rap music, that apparently says something vulgar because the Mexican lady that works with us looked shocked when it played. She also wouldn't translate it, just said "No no,its no good" Made me feel bad it played something that offended her.
That Barlow is a Knockout
Thanks Gary! The Lambsfoot did indeed get juicy my friend!
This one is a repeat from Saturday! It’s such a good apple slicer I know I’ll be needing it again! I hope y’all have a blessed Sunday!
@JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. Another fine pairing image. I have one arriving soon that you inspired.
@Jack Black -
@5K Qs - Thank you GT. Like you, I’ve been scentless(senseless?). My Dad was mostly an Old Spice Man. I also liked English Leather, but mostly because of the wooden top, and 4711. More fine knives from you, as always.
Camillus TL-29 customized by a member of this forum years ago. I can't recall his user name, but his name is Glen and he did amazing work.
Today called for some American Lambsfoot-edness.
That would be an interesting and useful pair of blades, GT. LOL. I wonder if they’d both sit far enough down so as to still be sleek?
that would be @glennbad. He’s a great craftsman’s for sure. Nice little Camy ya got there.
Carrying my Jim Dunlap tonight in excitedness. Mr Jim is ready to start on a new stockman for me. Yay!
Great Sunday carry!
I told Pandora I liked the Grateful Dead and the Pretty Reckless, and the next thing I saw was a Viagra ad.
This one too, today:
Another day in the jelly factory.
The Pattada is a gift from a friend in Paris!! And he helped me order the Mozetta! I am carrying them both today to remind me of Â and his wonderful family!!
That would be the one! Thanks! It's been several years and I couldn't recall his forum name. You're right, he absolutely does amazing work.
Love that knife and your composition is cool. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you, Gary! Very nice Sowbelly and that Schrade is a wonderful knife.
Thank you for your comments and information on your Canoes. I like the sowbelly stockman, but still like the 6347 (and 897UH) better.
Great SAK choices for this week.