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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Emmer Knives Nessmuk, Opinel No 6
Miscellaneous Knife of the Week is a Schatt & Morgan ebony #99 (thanks, Jack):
Peanut-like Knife of the Week is a Camillus 21 (thanks, Mike):
Thanks Stuart, just got it off the exchange. Made by Winchester for Montgomery Wards.
Faded Chexx Mini Copperhead today
Much thanks JJ. That’s one sweet Laguiole. The Ebony is so nicely polished that it looks like Horn. En Aubrac make a great knife.
@Jack Black - Great looking 25, Jack.
@5K Qs - smart looking RR watch pocket knife, JJ. So is yourS&M Ebony Jack.
@Duckdog - Much thanks, Stuart. Wonderful jigging on both the Winchester and Queen. They go so well with each other.
Your knife has some fancy pants.
Crookes&Brookes Sheffield Lambfoot and pocket pal, Seecamp 32acp.
Sascha Dunkhorst, Cologne, Germany pocket cleaver, friction folder. Every part is handmade.
Frozen granular on Black Friday.
My favorite knife and my favorite pan (Griswold number 6) putting a sear on a lamb chops.
Old Friends Black Friday.
6318 cv pu today
Another 79 added to the stable! This one will be the user of the bunch. Still have a few more to track down
Thank you, Jack. The fixed blade certainly has become a favorite user of mine - designed and executed wonderfully. A fine pair you are sporting today as usual. I only have one GEC 25 but they are dandy little knives.
A very fine pair, Ron. I especially like the handsome grain of your Forum 86, you've captured it beautifully.
I love that Winchester, Tom!
Kept things fairly simple today.
Thanks for the kind words Dylan!
Thanks Dylan, and thanks for that excellent photo as well
Opened a box of raw brier wood pipes with my GEC 44. Then packed a bowl with my AGR pipe knife. Decent Friday.
Very handy trio Gary; your Canittler is quite a cool pattern!
You're quite welcome Gary! Thanks for your noticing my sacred (holy) cow!!!
Thank you for your great kindness, Stuart!!!
Your old Queen jack is certainly a Black Beauty; another marvelous piece from your very cool Queen lineup!
A couple of classics Gary; your S&M is really a tasty piece!
Thank you very much kind Sir!!!
Awesome group of "cool tools," Harvey; outstanding images, as well!
I thought this German made stag covered slicer would be nice for Saturday.