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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Pair with pinched bolsters today.
Two gorgeous Stag hafted Knives, JJ. GREAT image. The tiny serrations on the Hunter makes it extra special.
@5K Qs - Thank you Gary. Most of the oldies will be carried, but used sparingly. The TEW is no exception. Also, regarding knives, my preference is for single blades. The TEW is comfortable enough, but not ideal. It does feel great in hand, though.
Last of the autumn leaves.
Two carried today.
The first, just arrived is a Robeson Jack(peanut) in Strawberry Bone. My amateur sleuthing indicates that it was produced between 1948 and 1959. After 1959, the bone was replaced by delrin.
And...Deep Dish Chicago Style
Today, I'm totin' a Crown Cutlery Coke bottle hunter (1916-1919) in jigged bone and a Michael Tison small folder (1979) in requisite Stagurday stag along with me as I tote this Savage 99E (1964) in slightly distressed wood to a friend's farm to try some new .308 Win ammo. Although we are still in a drought, fair Fall weather has graced us today (low scudding clouds, seen reflected in the Crown hunter's blade, are now dispersed).
I hope that all y'all have a great weekend.
Thank you very much for your kindness Gary.
Wow, Stuart, your Crown Cutlery Coke bottle hunter is the crème de la crème of folding hunters!! Enjoy your shooting.
Good weekend for all.
Today with two beauties A. Wright Hartshead Barlow (Rosewood) and M. May barlow (Derbyshire cherry wood).
I wish my leaves looked like that this year. Come to think of it, I wish my knives looked like that! Really nice colors and perfect backdrop for the knife!
Getting ready to do some nighttime Walleye fishing later with my brother, my son and my brother's SIL. It'll be in the 40s so we'll need dress for it. The Krein will be along. Hopefully it'll get a workout.
Thanks! I think others have noticed the similarity, too. Actually, when I bought it, I'd never heard of a cattle knife. I was just looking for a really rugged stockman and this looked pretty close. As it turns out I don't carry it a lot - as a stockman I miss the pen/spey blade and as a SAK I miss the phillips/can opener.
JET-AER G-98 and a Case 1/2 Whittler
Thank you, my friend, actually, I feel fortunate as we had a foot of snow this time last week (gone now) which usually turns them brown.
Not sure how, but I'm afraid this thread has got away from me again So, I hope it's OK if I just rush in, post my carry, and go and hide behind the sofa Hope everyone is having a good weekend
It's been way too long since I visited the porch... hope ya'll are doing well...
Beautiful carry Jack and neat picture on the weathered wood
Thanks a lot Paul, have a great weekend pal
I had gourmet bologna and prime steak today
Those English, with their fancy smancy bolster stamps.
I'm so jealous!!