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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
How do you think that 78 got such a nice patina?
Thank you very much Jack!!! Can never go wrong with a couple lovely lambs; great props (as always) too!
Thanks a lot Gary!!! I do think they are both American icons and probably the most recognizable in the US!
Thank you kindly, Harvey!!!
Magnificent I-XL; amazing gnarly stag covers with the triple rattail bolsters and the hammered pins, very cool!
A couple from Schatt & Morgan today; a daddy Barlow and a large gunstock stockman.
I WOULD be carrying this, if it hadn't been lost in the post en route back to the USA for re-handling job Just hoping that by posting it, it turns up Fingers crossed...
Joy-inducing jigging on that one!
Splendid pair of round-bolstered, sunk-joint, slender stockmans!
Radiant red bone, Steve! Is that 6347 old enough to be a 2-spring model?
I appreciate your remarks on my "first installment" of the knives I'm carrying this week, Jack & Dean & JJ & José.
Couple of my favorite patterns, Mike! Strange that I equally enjoy the "nubby" texture of the Alox and the buttery-smooth pocket worn bone.
Welcome back, Ron! I was starting to wonder about your absence.
Powerful pair to announce your return to this thread!!
Oops! After reading recently that you were a Patriots fan, I should have guessed you might also pull for the Red Sox. I'm a 2nd generation Tigers fan and was probably born hating the Yankees, but there's no denying they've had some amazing teams. But the Red Sox were no slouch in 1978; I'd take an outfield of Rice, Lynn, and Evans (with Yaz as a back-up) over almost anyone, and Eckersley, Tiant, Torrez, and Spaceman Lee was a great rotation.
Glad you're enjoying that 3-blade 78!
IMHO, an iconic, "best of show" medium stockman!
I'm always impressed by the looks of that knife, and I'm even more impressed by your commitment to it!!
One of my favorite patterns, Barrett!
Good wood, JJ!
- apologies in advance for the keyboard, now clean
Wharnie dama from Johan with Warthog covers
Thank you very much, Bruce.
Thank you very much, Gary.
It is an extraordinary knife, Harry. That's why mine is almost always in my pocket, like today.
Today in my pocket an extraordinary knife, Taylors Eye Witness Lambfoot ram’s horn scales, worked back and stainless steel.
"Never give up. Never surrender."
Lamb and Jack
Thank you, Harvey.
I've got my fingers crossed too.
By Grabthar's Hammer, by the Suns of Warvan, you shall be avenged.
I'm going to keep riding with the Harness Jack...
@cigarrodog Thanks for the compliments Harvey!
A very nice 06247 Pen! One of my personal favorites!
Thanks Gary! As Steven would say “I’m back.....I’m back in the saddle again!”