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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I'm afraid I've fallen hopelessly behind with this thread again I've been carrying this Unicorn Ivory #25, kindly gifted to me by @btb01, the past couple of days, along with a Lambsfoot, that being my AC, one of my SFOs from last year, today. Hope everyone has a good Friday, and an even better weekend
Camillus TL-27 and SW 881Y.
Everlastingly Sharp 100 yr ...
surprisingly I haven’t worn off the etch yet!
The electrician came in the mail yesterday. After spraying out with engine degreaser, scrubbing, steel wooling, and oiling, the slow snap and gritty walk ‘n talk disappeared, and it is once again smooth and positive. Just lovely.
The tang stamp emerged after all that scrubbing, revealing the 27, but the slightly more slender build compared to the .mil 29 had already given that away.
The seller said it was bone in the listing, but the cocobolo grain showed in the photos. Maybe the darkest cocobolo I’ve got~ almost ok for Black Friday?
Thank you, and I agree. It's just perfect.
To my way of thinking... That is perfect stag.
Laguiole Honoré Durand, olive wood handle, 14C28 steel.
Deep in the Wonderland
This Sowbelly was made for this time of year!
I revisited a place of many childhood memmories today.
Thank you my friend. Those are two cool Scouts, JJ.
@Jack Black - Sweet Unicorn25. I would never say Baaa to your AC.
Only the second one I’ve seen like mine. Very nice! Makes me think might be time to get mine down for a few days.
Mostly lurking in the French Traditionals, prompted me to get my hands on one(2). I see that @Prester John just received a beautiful Laguiole for his BD.
Here is my 12.5cm Laguiole, hafted in pistachio wood.
Lovely Laguiole, Harvey.
Smashing pics Isk
Thank you Harvey, lovely pics of your Laguiole
Bee-utiful !! Must resist. The pistachio is gorgeous