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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Peanut today, Chestnut jigged bone, CV
Nice pairing! I’m toting three today. AC, boys knife, and Mike Moran eureka.
It's my favorite Case pattern.
If you get it, and it's as nicely done as mine, chances are you're going to love it.
Nice Trapper... A good work knife should be wrapped in wood.
Wow! That's a good looking knife!
I had this with me all night watching football... I think it counts as a Tote.
The new file does look like it might be more useful. I've carried one of my Cadets every day for years, but I don't ever remember using the nail file, at least not for it's intended purpose. I've found that the tip of it is useful on those very small Phillips screws found on electronics, etc.
That’s the wildest thing I’ve seen in a while, is that a Vic Phillips? Pretty cool
I hope you're right. I could use some single bladed clip point long pull #83 in my collection.
Victorinox Sportsman is my absolute favourite of all pocket knives. It's basically a Cadet with cellidor scales and tools on the back. I have used the file on multiple occasions, mainly for Phillips screws, but also as a file. Like that time my daughter scratched her hand open on a wicker chair. Few strokes with that file and it was smooth and round.
I can see why so many have chosen a Stockman over the years. All three blades in one slimmer knife.
Glad I can choose.
Double post because I walked into the kitchen where the wifi is sketchy.
And ever since then, she runs away when you pull out that knife!
Taking our truck over to Lakeview, OR this morning for an oil, oil filter, air filter, and gas filter change this morning. Too dang old to crawl under the truck for that kind of stuff any more as is evidenced by my hand with my Buck Creek Copperhead that I'm totin with me resting on it.
Really nice jigging on that one.
It's a Cattaraugus remake, yes it has a philips, and the main blade unlocks by pushing on the secondary.
I'm right there with you ED.
I may be young enough to still do it, but the desire isn't there any more.
Decided on the #66 Jack for work today...
Sometimes, a man’s hands tell a story.
Love this shot, and it gives me an idea! Would you guys/gals be interested in a "Traditional knives in-hand" photo thread? I guess this one is more "on-hand", but you get the point.
Carrying a 5OT [USA] as I do pretty regularly. Got a bunch of them so I decided to see how a China made one compared.