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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Rainy, foggy, and warm.
Climbing out a storm damaged tree today. Douk Douk and home made fixed blade accompanying
JJ, hope your Mom fares well in her recovery (and that you do too).
Going to supplement my GEC #66 by adding this Case penknife #027 in my watch pocket today. OH
@Wild Willie ~ you be careful. I do a lot of chainsaw work, but only with my feet on solid ground.
Well broken in Case pair today: 6275 five dot Moose, and an eight dot 6308 Split Back Whittler.
@Old Engineer Hey, Harry, what are your thoughts on that little Arno Bernard, if you don't mind me asking? I've been eyeing various small models of his for the past couple years but never pulled the trigger. That one is an absolute beaut!
Thanks sir. I've been doing tree work professionally for almost 10 years now. First for the power company, and on my own now since 2016. Careful is always our word of the day. My dad and brother are my ground crew so we always look out for one another.
JJ, my checkbook is balanced to the penny, after that...I got nothin...maybe that’s why I don’t work for NASA
My good ol 66 this week. Quite honestly, my favorite slippie, maybe ever. When I think of a slip joint pocket knife this is what comes to mind for me. Have a good week!
Only day in the office this week before heading out to the West Coast for work for the rest of the week. Going with my favorite traditional (so far).
I thought about leaving the 861 home today but still couldn't do it. All I really need is my 884 but the 861 is so nice to have with me.
I'd take that with everyday I could Paul
Eastern Cutlery Co.
A big fan of a pinchable blade with gloves on today
Foggy and rainy on the coast, however its 70°f here so I aint complaining
Great photo but Ari is such a beauty...wow !!!!
Just got home, my brother snapped this before pic... No damage to the house and everyone still has all their fingers and toes, so it's a good day!