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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you Jack
My lambsfoot was right there in my pocket too ,
I just can not go out for a walk without it anymore
Well, one thing about working from home: I have not had to carry a tiny pocket knife to meet corporate requirements for such things.
I've been carrying my small Moki Blakiston's Fish Owl quite a bit. The belt sheath is trim enough to serve as a pocket sheath also.
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Love both these knives for carry.
“GillWell” as in Gilwell Park? I used to be a Fox, and a good old........
Beautiful knives, Dennis.
Pretty good magazine, too!
God Save the Queen.
Thank you for the pic update Joey! Happy birthday little man!
That Beer Scout Knife is a real beauty. I have only the humble Crown Lifter.
Thank you, friend. It’s certainly a favorite for a lazy afternoon. Do you have a sheepsfoot or spear Crownlifter?
That’s a beautiful knife Frank ! and thank you for giving me the idea of sliding the belt slip in my pocket for the days I’m not feeling a belt carry to be more Discrete. Think I will try that with my #86
Well, Mr Vince, since it’s you and all, I might could help you out.
How many rolls of Charmin ya got?
Thank you, my friend, I'm very fortunate to have been able to acquire one (right time, right place and all). I really do like the looks of those AB blades, they look very finely made.
Thank you, Ron! The Stag on this 62 matches the thinness of the pattern overall - very pocket friendly and good looking to boot.
Stellar pairing, Harry! That Stag is exquisite and of course that AB isn't doing me any favors in terms of keeping my bank account flush. Very fine knives.
Thank you, Dean, very much appreciated.
Continuing with this little Serrano today before I send it off for a "spa treatment" - paired with a quality Lambsfoot.
Thank you kindly, Jack!!!
Fantastic three you have today; your HHB image reminds me of getting "Bangers and Mash" at a classic British pub just south of my home town called "Ye Olde King's Head!" Now I've got a craving!!!
Thank you very much Harvey!!!
Your certainly sporting the latest style with your two outstanding totes; very cool images, too!
I'm not so sure about that date. The Marbles Woodcraft design patent didn't expire until 1933. The spelling might be from before 1930, but not the knife.