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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you, Jack.
There are no markings on the knife. I Google searched but haven't found anything that looks like it.
No worries though, it's just a cute knife that I'll enjoy showing to people and playing with. Definitely worth the $5 price tag.
Thank you, GT.
I like the colors in the bone, reminds me of Fall, my favorite time of year.
Happy Tidioute Tuesday
Thank you. You too. (And lovely lambsfoot you have there.)
#14. I already miss my Swayback Gent
A random pair for Tuesday:
Lambsfoot of the Week is a 2017 Guardians horn lambsfoot SFO that I named Lam Jack:
Stag/Horn Knife of the Week is a JJ Martinez stag navaja de campaña:
Peanut-ish Knife of the Week is a Chinese 18OT Mighty Mite linerlock:
I get that feeling pretty often.
Thanks, JJ! Yes, worn is what it is-the jigging is almost gone.
It’s a nice light, slim and capable knife, Gary. Thanks for telling me the name!
It has the same grind as the very similar Florist ~ only one side is ground, the other is flat.
Puma Buffalo Horn Trapper, and 194 Old Timer.
You got a bargain my friend Knives of that style licensed the patent from ELOSI, so there were only a limited number of manufacturers. Possibly Richartz in Germany?
Thank you very much
Nice random pair Rachel
Fab Threesome GT
I've come full circle from inexpensive (think Douk-Douk) to more than I ever imagined spending (GEC) to full customs and now back to this wonder by Rough Ryder.
Sorry for the recycled photo, but finding this combo is working really well for my daily office carry
62 & Little Creek
That's a beauty, GT.
Thanks for the additional information, Jack. That gives me something to go on.
Thank you again, Jack.
This might be the start of Groundhog Day.....
Calf Roper and Queen #10 today