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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Oilfield Jack and a SW 8OT
Took the Mini Copperlock to the grocery store for supplies.
Thanks Jack!!! The good smell is a bonus
Great shot of your Hartshead with that classic blade stamp; Sheffield has the coolest makers marks!
I'm totin' my Case pocket worn Old Red bone Teardrop today.
The 43 can see us through the FOMO (fear of missing out)!
If not, you and I will just have stay off BF when all those new ones start showing up!
Nah. I look forward to seeing them.
Strong enough to cover bathroom smells, so it should work. Might make some new friends, too!
Reminds me of how I learned never to walk past the perfume counter and all the samplers with my smart aleck friends.
Toting these two Barlows today with the Kabar being my "thrifty" slicer.
You crack me up, Ed! Do the folks at the Wagon Wheel yell out Ed!, when you come in the door? Sorry, I've been watching Cheers reruns lately.
Nice bright Sod Buster!
These two made a boring run to the local Supermarket today.
Nice pair o' barlows.
Thank you very much, Rachell !!!
An extremely good light coloured example, polished ? These were great bargains as Forum Knives, looking forward to this year's issue too
Irresistible JJ Thank you my friend, the Herbert Robinson stamp is one of my favourites, but in this case it was on a knife which some fool had ruined
The Kabar is a nice thrifty Barlow JJ, and it's always great to see your Christopher Johnson
Glad to hear you like it So do I... The Mark side matches really well with it .
My thanks too to @JohnDF for your appreciation as well.
You can fix that!
We're back. Only a couple untoward looks but that may be attributed to my crooked jaw. Sometimes someone will say Hi ED but then again, there's only about 1700 people in our town with a total of perhaps 10000 people in the county and that includes the townies so, everybody knows pretty much everybody around here. All in all, it's always a good time at the Wagon Wheel.
Oh, there's no apparent effects from the air freshener - no stickiness or unnecessary itchiness. The wife did have her window part way down going and coming but I'd like to think she was a little warm.
I have these two bombs in pocket today. Nuclear....
Thank you. No polish, that is the natural elk as it came. At first I thought I got a very poor piece, but it dawned on me that it looked much like mastodon ivory - gave me an entirely new perspective on elk variations. I like it better than my knarly handled variation. OH