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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
This Slimline Trapper is becoming one of my favorite knives for EDC.
Continuing with these 3 this week.
Good looking 501 (pretty sure that's what that one is)...
Just a good, solid Case today...
Thank you, Barrett, for your comment. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
Thanks a lot Harvey, that's a great pic of your TEW Lambsfoot, and it was nice to see a bit more of your Rodgers Shadow pattern too
Thanks Dean, it's a reminder of a great day spent together
I just went and had a look Barrett, and I have one of the Jokers I bought as a spare a couple of years back I'll get it off to you soon buddy, Happy Birthday
Micarta Monday old favorite.
Happy Birthday, Barrett.
Well , this day got kind of ruined with some rain so I did not get some new pictures taken but I still have some old pics around of today's carry . Two TEWs Monday this week .
Winterbottom bone Barlow and a smooth bone mini trapper today for me today.
I was actually looking for a .380 when I got my 9mm. I figured if I ever had to use it, it would be up close in a populated area with a surprise backstop, so I was concerned about over-penetration and controlability. But the 9mm ammo is cheaper because it's so popular, and that Ruger Security 9 compact felt so perfect.
This Boker has grown on me.
Great patina you’re getting! What have you been cutting?
Love the TEWs, old pic or not, but this little guy thought the rain was just perfect.
Thanks Jeff! I’ve been cutting everyday stuff like apples, pears, Spam, Vienna Sausages and cheese! I think the best colors came from slicing chili dogs. Chili, mustard and hot slaw! I usually pile the toppings high and eat them with a fork!
I have a 2014 Schatt & Morgan just like that and boy is it a well built knife Greg . Sure is nice to see another one too .
It just does not get out very much .
So the patina didn’t come from cutting kale and broccoli?
This might be the first time I’ve ever heard “everyday stuff” and Spam in the same sentence!
I suppose piling up that dog with mustard greens wouldn’t work...
Ya know what’s good is a dog piled high with mustard, chopped onions, and sourkraut!
Still on the road trip?
Using this one today to put some mineral out for the cows. This was gifted to me by a generous member of the porch.
The wharncliffe blade is great for cutting open the feed bags. I never have been good at getting the string to unravel on the bags. No worries about rust from the salt with the stainless blades.