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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Liked the combo so much I'm doing it again this week.
I hope y’all have a Happy Thanksgiving too!
Today we lost a legendary knife maker, and an even better person. Godspeed Tony Bose.
Beautiful Stag !!
Boy I like the combo as well and when I see that Boker you post as well as others, it sure makes it hard to not "add to cart", very nice
Thank you! It may become my favorite pocket knife, currently tied with the shuffler and roundhead.
I think Boker did an excellent job with the materials combo on this one.
It'll be interesting to see how the patina develops on the brass with these.
Well, made it safely home~ about 1700 miles in two days.
These two faithful buds never complained.
Shuffler in Micarta.
That sounds like an eventful trip. Very sorry to hear about those deaths Congratulations on the great news though
Thanks JJ, if it weren't for our crazy knife laws, I'd carry a FB every day, as I did when I was younger
A Scout and a great-looking fixed-blade is a great combination JJ
Sorry to hear that Ron, as a Sheffield Wednesday fan as a boy, I learned a lot about loss early on my friend Thanks pal, I would only been 3 or 4, but I can remember it very clearly
Nice jigged bone pairing Ron, two great knives
I never met Tony Bose, and only had a small amount of interaction with him here on BF, but I'm feeling very sad about his passing, not just because of the loss to his friends and family, but because of the huge hole in the knife world, in terms of his personal knowledge and experience. RIP Tony Bose I don't have one of his knives, but I'm going to slip one of the Case-Bose models in my pocket today
Today with an 1980 Case Mini Trapper in stag.
CASE Medium Stockman EE. Root Beer Bone. It also has the pewter shield as seen on the Whiskey Bone lockbacks and the recent White Bone range.
That jigged bone, those stepped bolsters, I think she’s pretty too!
Thanks Jack. It's definitely a trip I won't be forgetting anytime soon.
Case/Bose Coffin Jack in 154CM and chestnut peachseed jigged bone
I didn’t get the chance to meet him, but I benefit almost daily from his contributions. RIP TB
For Micarta Monday...
Oh, I just learned about his passing on BF and thought I have to slip a Sway Back Gent to my pocket when I get home. Then I realized I have this one riding in my pocket today.
I'd say it is a sincere testimony to his legacy. R.I.P.
'Small Spartan' = Tourist
Rest in peace.