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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Nice couple ‘o customs, gentlemen!
Thanks for the views.
Every time I see Alan's Lloyd my jaw hits the floor!
Ok, New Guy. These here are tree rat tracks.
It’s important to teach outdoor lore to the next generation!
While the Case Chestnut Bone Medium Stockman which I carried yesterday is sitting in front of my on my desk, I have this old favorite in my pocket right now:
Case 6347 Stockman in Amber Bone SS:
Thank you, my friend. As long as we don't get down to -40 where C & F meet
Thanks guys. The LC is its equal Gary.
A man has to work hard in my area to
fight off scurvy..... the Case CV 6265 is great in the kitchen, and while I am pocket carrying it today, I hope to get a nice belt sheath soon.
Nice of you to say so, thanks. Strongly recommend one, good medium size, low riding Sheepfoot, great W&T. Then there's the bone It's my understanding that there were 2 types of the BB Stockman, the one here a small Federal shield with matte blades and another more common with bigger shield & polished/crocus finish. Not entirely sure though, there was a really good thread some years back where nearly all BB knives were shown, vital read but can't remember who started it, he was a major contributor in the thread.
Nice knife duo Pete Love the pocket gun also, is that a little snap ammo pouch?
Camillus #11 and a Buck 112 Slim sans thumbstud and PC
That’s one of my favorites, I have the Carhartt version and it see a lot of pocket time.
Thank you, Gary.
Just admiring my safe queen getting ready for the Seahawks game with a cold beverage to set the mood
Been laying low for a few days, but did take the 66 Calf Roper to town with my girls to pick up some groceries. Grabbed the Schrade 881 in anticipation of the Packers taking it to the Chickenhawks later tonight