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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Nice! That one is going right on my someday list.
Excellent combination of a classic gun and a couple of classic knives
Thanks a lot Gary!!! For these challenging subjects I've found indirect window light to be my friend
Thank you kindly Jer!!! Your white covered BSA Cub is a real beauty, they were only made by Camillus for a couple years; very cool!
Wonderful foursome Gary; your 4 bladed Fight'n Rooster is the bomb!!!
Thank you kindly Harvey!!!
What an awesome pair your classics from France and England make; love the old school spear on your Laguiole, marvelous!
Did some hiking this afternoon.
And a very fine (actually Mint FDC) 'Teatrays and Pokers' Florin, last year they were Sterling Silver too
The Big CASE is an ESSENTIAL in any collection. Yes it's massive, but it's OK for coat-pocket carry and Amber Bone /CV is an iconic finish The other CASE is interesting too, maybe a bird&beast Scrim for that? Field rather than nautical Elk/Moose, Wild Boar head, Eagle, Pheasant or OWL
Glad you like it, fixed up nicely too Good luck & good health to you Bill
Thank you Will!
you are welcome
Very attractive pair Dylan
Great beer n Barlow pic Dave
Fine-looking pair David
Looking spiffy Taylor
Looks like you're on the mend Jeff Hope so
Have a great Sunday folks
a pair of Aces, Jack.
Decided to slip the opinel 6 in the pocket today
My favourite pocket knife.<-period
It has been replaced by my favourite pocket tool though: Victorinox Sportsman.
Thank you John, hope you and your Mom are back home soon my friend
Many thanks, yes they look good in the hand.
I appreciate your replies, Jack.
Charismatic couple of Barlows for you! A two-Barlow day is a rarity for you, isn't it?
Your osage orange sodbuster is a grand knife!!
Cool fish on your keyring, John, but I'll bet Sköll could eat it whole!
That's really cold, Mike, but the Tribal Lock ought to keep your heart pumping!
(Strange mathematical coincidence: your thermostat showed 22C indoors, -22C outdoors, and your mention of -30C forecast is equivalent to -22F. 2's are wild! )
Impressive line-up, Shawn! Really like the bone/color/jigging on the second one from top; must be one of the customs.
That black Beer Scout of yours sure is a beauty, Tom!
Terrific pair, Gev; I always enjoy seeing that yellow Kissing Crane!
A pre-owned USA 33OT is one of my most recent acquisitions (less than a month ago), and I'll concur with Jeff's opinion!
Thanks, Jack & John.
I hope whatever landed you there isn't too serious, and you get your pockets back ASAP!
Attractive Ancient and vista, Dean!
Dylan, that sowbelly is a pocketful of sunshine!
Sweet tortoise shell stockman, OH! Is that from the same fishing trip that produced the photo of you and your catch that you posted in the "Mug Shots" thread?
Very distinguished duo, Harry! IMHO, that 78 is sublime!
Today with two good Barlow Lambsfoot.
Congrats on that big Böker beauty, Jeff!
A new hip AND a new puppy seems like a combo that will guarantee that you get your rehab exercise in, Lance!!
Superb clip/sheep jack!
Meritorious spey jack, Gev, and I enjoyed the link! I didn't realize that True Value was an HSB brand.
Congrats on the impressive mini trapper, Mike!
Thanks, Vince & Jack. (Salamandra #10012 is still available in Europe, if you want to "join the club".)
That cattle knife should melt the snow in short order, Steve!
It's always good to see you posting here, John! I don't know if you noticed in my characteristically overlong post, but I'll soon be adding that very same Case stockman to my chestnut jigged bone CV collection.
Unfortunately, the chestnut jigged CV sowbelly has been discontinued, and I haven't seen them in stock recently either.
What an exquisite trio, José!
I always enjoy your black/orange pairs, Tom!
Thanks for mentioning my Case chestnut knives, Rachel.
Couple of capital Cases you selected from The Box!! Do you think you could use that jumbo stockman to whittle one of your "braided" pencils??
Illustrious stag HHB SFO, Dave! Which do you like better, the IPA or the Old Speckled Hen you often post?
Wonderful WLST! Haven't seen nearly as many of the GEC #25s recently as we used to see posted here.
I'm grateful for the lighting tip and for the kind words about my knives, JJ.