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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you John, it's always great to see your lovely lupine Lambsfoot
Nice pic Gev
Thank you, Jack.
Nice schrade Gev. I can't read the stamp, is that a cut co?
I'm in a comfy rut.
Buffalo Cut Co...yes correct Sir
a transition piece...cattle ----> stock
The Colors of the season. Case Autumn bone Barlow and shadow half Whittler.
An evergreen tree with another tree growing in it changing color (pointed out by my wife on our walk).
@JJ - Thank you JJ for the kind words. Both Jacks are exquisite.
@5K Qs - Sharp Looking Stag Colt, GT.
@Gevonovich - Much Thanks, Gev. Your wonderfully styled image made sense as I listened to Sam Harris. Thank you for that.
Lovely indeed !!!
I was hoping you caught that
Truly mesmerizing nature ! Wow what a knife. Maker ?
Thanks! Hopefully you'll have a good time. I study in Ljubljana during the week, perhaps we run into each other, haha.
Always appreciated kindness !! Wonderful pieces...that ebony is stunning
Always a pleasure to see your carry ! That elderberry is sweet
Love that barlow
Thank you fine sir
I received this little Latama penknife as a wedding present fifty-two years ago today, so this seemed like a good day to carry it. It's in better condition today than I am. (But the marriage is still going great!)
Totin' the "Long Tom" today.
Thank you very much my friend
Happy Anniversary, that's a great-looking little knife
Very nice. Schrade called it a "senator", I call it a baby cattle. They were made from cut co into the walden era.
Thank you again, Gev. Also subscribed to his podcast.
It’s a 1-XL.
Ruts are okay, as long as they're comfy.
I'm sticking with these again today:
Thank you, sir.