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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you, and WOW!!!
Best shield ever.
I'm laughing at clouds so dark up above
What a glorious feeling
In the rain
Cause I'm happy again
The Sun's in my heart and I'm ready for Love...
Thank you! And I agree. I’ve been looking for a maker for awhile to make a knife with that shield. I saw he did one in the Dunlap thread so I asked him about it at blade.
But, it has to go back to him. He forgot his mark! Lol. He’s gonna put his mark on it for me. I’m already gonna hate being without it lol!
Just the belt-SAC I so often forget to put in the picture, this morning for my doctor, though she doesn't have metal detectors either. The others later. She's allowing me low-fiber solid food, but said no to my TG leftovers, so into the freezer they've gone.
That's a fine looking knife. I like that filework on the spine and the shield is awesome.
What a beautiful knife but for some reason I after seeing it I feel the need to go to confession
That's where I'm going tomorrow.
Carried this one today .
Used it to open up this one today , and then carried them both .
Thank you everyone!
Old barlow today...
That's a sweet knife.
I spent all day in the woods trying to find an elk. Had a couple of good knives with me that I was hoping to put to good use. The only thing I have the show for it are some very, very sore feet!
But I was treated to a very spectacular sunrise showing Mount St. Helens.
Along with some other pretty nice scenery...
Yup. Dads like to use the “R” word a lot!
Without going into gory details, been there, done it. At first the attacks were far enough apart that I failed to recognize them. When/if they come more frequently, get the surgery. I did earlier this year... so much better now, and a real cool scar.
Wait. What? You mean you DON’T take a guitar and knives for passing the time in hotel rooms???
Too bad you didn't get anything.
Great picture there, my dad's unit was put on cleanup duty when St Helens erupted and had jars full of the volcanic ash at one time but has since given the last of it away.
A 53055 Stag Whittler from 1994
F7B98285-3107-4B5F-8212-CB10BFA2FEBF by Mayonardo posted Nov 29, 2019 at 10:28 PM
Thanks Harvey!!! You always have the coolest images from your great "lamb" collection!
My Saturday stag totes are both from Germany; a Puma Hunter and a Bulldog Brand Stockman.