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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Micarta Monday choice.
I hope everyone had a terrific weekend!
Thank you, fellas!
Well, new knife day today and it sure was easy to slip this one in the pocket - after "adequate coon fingering & chicken eyeing", of course.
Carrying this one today . Western
Rosewood and smooth white bone today.
Hey Rockgolfer, I remember seeing that knife when Jared first made it for you. I gotta agree, those blade choices and that gorgeous handle with the keystone made me want one just like it. Been chasing clips and sheepsfoot/wharncliffe knives ever since. Looks great.
Very nice picture of a beautiful knife.
I barely had enough light as the sun had just set, but I did want to share this one from Gunstock Jack’s.
Barry's Beautiful Bloodwood's
Nice pic Paul. You beat me do it. I was going to do a similar picture tomorrow. I like that Barry brought back the bowtie and Bloodwood combination.
Thank you, The 86 arrived today so knowing that it was in the mail, I had pocketed Barry's Caplifter this morning.
Those really look great, guys! I can play, too.
I am with ya bro, it started me down a bad path and nothing ever comes close . Though I am thinking it's about time for another from J
Thank you JJ. Your Case Barlow is smooth.
@Beard&Owl - Great image, Rob.
Mail call and tomorrow’s carry no doubt
For some reason that issue of 15s flew under the radar (not very popular) but I really like the bail Those particular BBs may have been Queens finest hour with that old Utica jigged bone!
Thanks a lot Jack!!!
Quite a lovely Sheffield pair; your HH Barlow is stunning but that ivory Needham pen is really special!
Thank you Harvey!!!
Tuesdays totes are trappers; a GEC 43 and 53 both sporting keyhole shields.
Nice knives gents, well done to Barry By coincidence, I came across one of his SFOs last night, and set it aside to carry today
Thank you very much JJ
Morning folks, hope everyone's week is going well so far I thought I'd pair my Hartshead Barlow with this Watchpocket Barlow SFO of Barry's I got a few years ago, I think he did a really good job of these #25s
Today with two beautiful Lambsfoot, work done by cutlery master Michael May of Sheffield.
Barlow and #18 this morning.