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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Today it’s my new Charlie Bell.
Thank you JJ. Your BSA Scout is not only beautiful, but has a fine assortment of tools. Great image.
I appreciate your nice words. Everyone should go to the Guardian thread and see the brilliant images of your weekend hike. Cheers.
A very cool pair of canoes, GT.
Rockin my 1-XL Lamb Foot today.
Those are beautiful and patriotic knives, Paul!
Thank you for your comments, Gary!
I carried my Navy Blue bone Mini Copperhead to church this morning.
303 today. First for cleanup duty then a Sunday morning walk around the lake with my best Gal.
I’m not sure there’s a more rugged and solid built pocket knife out there than one of these old Camillus knives. I suppose the procurement office said “make em soldier proof!”
Beautiful knives Paul! Great to see you here my friend! Hope y’all are doing well!
My hiking partners for today. A big camera (Mamiya RB67) and a small knife (Case Pocket Worn Peanut)
Not too bad thanks Joshua Hope you're having a good one yourself
Sincere thanks Harvey
Too cool for skool! Great pic
Thank you Pal.
Thanks! Classic. I like that!
I love that my retirement has allowed me a second career ~ one in which these knives get used almost daily.
I didn’t remember your other curly maple knife ~ what a pair!
Lastly, yes, definitely. A Schrade 293 Trapper is just about ideal as a slide. A Zippo lighter also works, but one of the best is an 11/16 deep well socket.
Pretty good day, thanks! Just bought a bunny for my daughter’s upcoming birthday.
Nothin' Fancy "work" knives for a bit.
Marbles MR278 "Demo" knife (until the (BTI) Old Timer 23OT Scout/Camp knife ordered yesterday gets here, anyway.)
(All BTI) Old Timer 858 Stockman, 280OT Barlow, and 25OT 2 blade slipjoint folding hunter.
Thank you Dean, I like your small copperhead so much I bought one just like it
Thanks Ron, it's been a very busy summer, so looking for a slower pace come fall to spend more time here. Doing well my friend and hope the same for you and Pam
Thank you my friend!
Proof that I did hit the wild black raspberry patches in my backyard.
If I get out there every couple of days, the bounty will go on for at least another week.
Then, the domestic blackberries will be ripening. I have a patch about 20’ by 50’ that grew out of canes that spread through the neighbor’s fence. They originally bought and planted them, but ended up ripping them out. I’m glad to have them, although I understand why they didn’t want them anymore ~ the thorns are wicked.