- Nov 30, 2014
and this, old Challenge Cutlery Co (pre 1932) with Sheepfoot main and pen secondary
Beautiful BIIIIIG Knife my friend . Do you carry that or wear it ???
Much thanks, Stuart. Beautiful covers on your coke bottled 38 Queen Hunter, Stuart,
The Slimline sure is a nice knife and my favorite for slicing cheddar at lunch. As with all case knives however I wish I could get in amber Jigged and CV, I'm just fine with the as ground stainless though.H&S, I failed to mention earlier that I like that Buck fixed blade (I use a 119) and I really like that Case 048 Slim Line.
Pretty pair of Robesons; that PocketEze pen is especially handsome, JJ!
Thank you Gary!!! You certainly did a great job of "catching up" with your marvelous array of interesting cutlery!Already Thursday, and I haven't posted ANY of the knives I'm totin' this week!
I always have a Big Knife of the Week, usually something around 4" closed. This week, my "official" Big Knife is a Rough Rider Half Hawk:
But several of my other weekly categories happen to be filled by sizable knives this week, a pleasant surprise!
International Knife of the Week is a Mercator Black Cat:
Stockman of the Week is a big Chinese Imperial stockman from a set of three (thanks, Mark):
My Miscellaneous knife of the Week is a Marbles Handyman's Helper II:
My Stag/Horn Knife of the Week is a Marbles 5" leg knife:
Thank you kind Sir!!! You continue to create such highly artistic images with your wonderful Sheffield lovelies; awesome!
As much as I love those BB Winchesters, JJ, that Schrade-made scout is pretty special.
Thanks Stuart, I am a bit of a scout fanatic!!!It turned cold and breezy overnight, actually beginning to feel like hunting season, so I'm totin' a large (5.25") folding hunter, Queen model 38 (1950-1955).
Thanks again Gary; a form of Brownian motion!!!Cool pair, JJ! The "art" on the handle of the Barlow looks very Tolkienesque.
Thanks again Gary; a bit of decadence!Ace acrylics, JJ; that glittering toothpick is a treasure!
Both amazing slicers Paul but that "golden age" Challenge jack is breathtaking!
It turned cold and breezy overnight, actually beginning to feel like hunting season, so I'm totin' a large (5.25") folding hunter, Queen model 38 (1950-1955).