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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I’m glad to be home and starting my week with two that were made 32 years apart. A Black Box Winchester #2904 Trapper from 1987 made by Queen and a 2019 Waynorth Cutlery Lamb Foot made by Great Eastern Cutlery. Just two examples of Bill Howard’s fine work!
This in for @Crazy Canuck's challenge, already enjoying it:
I have enjoyed your contributions too.
Good looking pile.
The color on that bone is just outstanding.
Rough Ryder has that color dialed-in pretty well.
Since when is showing a little leg a bad thing?
Starting Day 2 of Mike's Challenge
Thanks gt . We're still getting reaquatined but I think we're definitely in for a good week with @Crazy Canuck's challenge.
Light duty today, we're gonna let the robot do all the work ...
As promised, opened up another storage case from my daughter this morning...
Morning all. The internal clock is still a little messed up with the DST change yesterday. Falling back is preferable to springing forward!
Healthy breakfast to start the day
That knife looks...interesting. I hated to see a fine old cutlery name like Miller Bros sold off to Frost.
I do admire your dedication to carrying every knife in rotation.
I like to keep up with GEC offerings, although I can only buy one or two a year and have to be picky. That shield was a deciding factor, I admit.
For @Crazy Canuck 's challenge, I've got a Western wood craft knife in my pocket this week.
Does it look familiar?
That old LF is something on another level. Why am I humming King Of The Road now?
hey~ thanks for your kind comment, too!
Rainy Monday carry...
I don't go to barbers younger than me, and I'm starting to get worried.
2nd day of the “challenge carry” update
The Western an Imperial didn’t cover my delicate task cutting needs . Added a Colonial mini stockman to the weeks carry, perfect for releasing chocolate from the confines of its packaging.
Slicing sausage with the SAK I am carrying for the week long challenge.
Thanks for the reminder!
Time is simple here in Arizona, noooo DST nonsense
No “spring”ing forward or “fall”ing back
Like living with the rhythm of the sun