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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
My little Classic for today:
#6 In Oak and Inox
Case 6347 and a #43 Trapper
Thanks, Jim, and besides looking good, it carries easily, cuts beautifully, and has a very nice, positive action.
I forgot about your Vic Tie Clasp/Money Clip, Gary! A great idea and it does look quite classy. Are you still wearing ties in your retirement?
Maher & Grosh
I'm carrying a couple of green knives today that were given to me by BladeForumites. The Victorinox Farmer I received from @5K Qs and the Case Razor Barlow was given to me by @GuestWho101 Thank you Gary and Dee!
I really like the green pair.
Thank you Dave
Four particularly cool knives GT, love the Kutmaster
LOL! Thanks a lot my friend, had a good day, and I'm getting taken out for Thai later
I thought I might need something to look back on fondly, and sustain me through the dark, dry, dreary days of Lent!
Thank you very much Stuart, it was a very thoughtful gift from @Reaper AL I've had it a couple of months now, and am really enjoying using it
Thanks a lot JJ
Lovely pairing my friend, that's some beautiful bone on your Case Barlow
Wonderful oldie Vince
Verdant and generously gifted Dean
FP Laguiole+GEC Congress,
These two are complimentary to one another, Wood&Micarta.
In the bottom of my pocket :
Â, are you a kangaroo Nice joeys.
.....cute Giraffe Bone Dunlap
It is a Wenger. I also have the Victorinox from the same year. There are minor differences. IMHO, Both work/perform the same. Owned many Saks over the years, but I don't know a whole lot about them - if someone wants to add something...
Marbles MR417 Folding Hunter on belt (5.5 inch closed)
BTI Uncle Henry 885UH Stockman (4 inch closed)
"Remington" (note quotes) Canoe. (3.625 inch closed) The canoe has the 1930's tang stamp, and shield, but no "R" number.
All have imitation stag covers. Though truth to tell, the Marbles faux stag looks the best. The Uncle Henry and "Remington" (note quotes) come closest to matching though.
I'll try to get a picture posted. Darned if I can find them on this (ancient and obsolete) Surface tablet.
After carrying a real "large" stockman for a couple months, a 4 inch stockman feels tiny.
A little Hoffritz I picked up today.