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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you Gary, that old Challenge is a joy to carry being a sway back and made more enjoyable just knowing that it has so much history behind it
Thanks my friend, and I appreciate your passion here
Thanks Paul, I always enjoy your vintage knives and knowledge
Thanks also JJ, I admire the Remington Scout as well and the match safe is just
Thanks Harry, I was very fortunate to add this gem to my collection. I had searched for some time and other's were somewhat worse for wear, I was just in the right place at the right time
You make it effortless, my friend
vanishing into the non-doing
@JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. Great image of your Scout and matches container.
@Gevonovich - “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” as your Scout image, Gev.
Thanks John Is that your #66, lovely ebony?
Looks a lot like one I used to have except I think yours is a linerlock.
"I am looped in the loops of her hair"
Another fine composition, Sir ! texture simpatico
Thank you, Gary! The Farmer you gave me has no reason to play second fiddle to the Case. I really do like the color of the scales on it.
Glad to hear you finished the Foundation series; it does end rather sadly, but also triumphantly in that he exceeded his programing in a great way.
Excellent photo of your ironwood Lambsfoot.
Sunday carry - Case Standard Eisenhower
Sitting at home watching the Packers this morning...
Just this one today.
season coming to a close
Carrying these two on a rainy day in our nations capital! My Jigged Bone WCLF and a Sambar Stag Pen knife, the “Mink” by Parker-Frost. The Mink was manufactured 1976-1978 and was a surprise gift from Stuart @Duckdog. Thanks again buddy!
Ace pic Dave
What a lovely pair of knives Ron, and that Mink is a very nice gift Well done @Duckdog, interesting knife
Thank you, Jack.
Yes, it's one of my three GEC #66s.
SAK soldier & GEC 93
This is a favorite.
Calf Roper and an Imperial EZ today