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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Such a nice looking Barlow.
The Candyman Can
That's a beauty, Gev, you've got me grabbing one of my own Cut Co celluloids.
Thanks, Jeff And do you have a covey of beauties indeed !!! I'll find a B&M one day...that cell really appeals to me
The sun is shining and the driveway and roads are cleared of snow. I'll take it.
Coffin Jack and Burt Foster Dark Side for the day.
Who's the maker of that beauty Gev?
I can't turn you loose
Schrade Cut, Sir
That knife is magnificent, Paul. Quintessential
Thank you very much Gev. You've got a nice schrade yourself, in a rare handle to boot!
The Chickadee whisperer ! Thanks for the smile
Great knives in this thread as always. Today I carried the Uncle Henry LB5 on my belt, Puma Sportec in the backpocket and Tinker in LFP.
Sweet selections, Gev and Jeff.
Camillus US Army Air Corp
Thank you JJ. Great looking jigging on the Schrade. Much respect and appreciation to firefighters around the World. Fine looking tribute knife.
@Gevonovich - Your Schrade is a colorful looking beauty, Gev.
@Peregrin - Gary, your Burt Foster is “dark side of the moon” cool.
Much appreciated, Rachell ! Is this day spectacular or what?
A gem and a great photo as usual !
Since my new Dunlap is on its way back to him for makers mark, this one back. Lit a fire for the kids to do s’mores while I drink some rum on my last day of my 3 week vacation. I really don’t want to go back tomorrow night. 9.2 years left. I can do this, right?