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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
This solid sidekick today:
Another nice green micarta single and brown bone triple pairing today.
I had this Kingston demo knife on consignment so long I forgot I had it. About time I carried it.
A veritable winter wonderland in Central NY today!
When you find a combo that seems to really work for you, it's hard to carry anything else.
These two today
Very nice pair !
Thanks! It's about 3 7/8" Here's the camera I used.
Thanks Adam! She's looking classy!
"The Lost Thought", by Emily Dickinson I felt a cleaving in my mind As if my brain had split; I tried to match it, seam by seam, But could not make them fit.
For it is the fate of a knife
To wait in silence , patient and still, like a ghost in contemplation of life ...
Until its slumber is broken by a questioning hand
Paired one that is carried more and more with one that is seldom carried. My #93 Jigged Bone WCLF with this #78 Sambar Single Spear.
That looks like @pertinux blue!
Thanks a lot pal, been a little better today, contrary to the forecast, but we have another storm due to arrive tomorrow That's a nice pairing
Thanks Harvey, it was a thoughtful gift from Duncan @Campbellclanman when he visited last year, so a special knife for me
Very special pair
Many thanks JJ, that's yet another outstanding pair my friend
Thank you very much Gary For me, 'interesting' is right behind 'fascinating', and possibly the adjective which most inspires my love of traditional pocket knives
Very nice Mike
Beautiful pics Gary, hope you're keeping warm my friend
An 02 Soldier today
Here are my three today
The pearl shield Keystone 12s are some of my favorite S&Ms. I have a few of them, and one of them, the Baby Sunfish is probably one of the nicest traditionals I own.
I've got a little bit of the winter blues going on lately. The warmth of the African Blackwood on this 2019 BF and the kind heart who gave it to me helps cheer me up!
They certainly are. I'm honestly disappointed in myself for not picking up an SAK earlier, and the lambsfoot is my second most carried folder. Both are solid working tools.
EDIT: I really like your watch pocket carry this week GT, I forgot to add that in originally...
Looks cold... but beautiful.