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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Another beautiful Barlow today!
THAT'S THE BIGGEST POCKET KNIFE I'VE EVER SEEN!
holy moley! how do you get it around places?
Thanks Gary, they are OD Linen and Canvas
Thanks, GT! It is going to be a fun user I think.
Won’t be long til the ‘21 seed catalogs come out!
Great model, and appropriate knife.
Congrats in advance! Always nice to get a little package in the mail.
Cool photo and knife Dwight!
Thank you for your comments, Gary. The stockman is a 63087 (same frame as your yellow Case penknife).
Nail Nick (Single Blade)
@Half/Stop Thanks indeed Ron They're a bit of a tricky knife to measure having that slanted bolster ....it's 'le compact' model so 9 or 9.5cm depending how you gauge it About 3.75"
Here's some illumination
It's a Tina knife made in Germany, model# is 606, hope this helps.
Thanks Jeff, looking forward to boring the Porch with photos of it, if it is as nice as it appeared on the website .
I hope so too Ron You certainly are my friend
Fantastic photos Dwight!
Thank you Gary
Handsome pair Tom
As usual, I'm carrying a couple of standard canoes this week, a Rough Rider with Painted Desert acrylic covers and a Case with Rough Black or Gum Fuddy covers (thanks, Alan):
Also as usual, I'm carrying a sowbelly stockman and a "regular" stockman. This week they are a Rough Rider tobacco bone sowbelly and an old Imperial stockman a former colleague gave me:
Thank you GT, it is a joy to feel the action on this one - old time goodness. OH
Ps your vintage Imperial Stockman is another pocketknife that is both nostalgic and built the old way.
Thank you kindly, Jack!!!
A couple of bone covered lovelies for you today;I alway dig the classic bone and you lamb is marvelous!
Thanks for the info Will! That one is a smaller size than the Ebony you gifted me. Unfortunately for my wallet I’m afraid that I’m developing an affection for the French folders. To quote, “An elegant pocket knife for the perfect “gentleman”!”, very fitting for you my friend!