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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Gorgeous !!! Great photograph Thank you
Alox knife this week is a black Pioneer (pictured with an Electrician that's not being carried this week):
non-Alox SAK this week is an Explorer:
Bailed non-SAK this week is a Böker USA electrician (thanks, Mark):
International Knife of the Week is a Carlos Quintana Taramundi I bought in Sevilla, Spain:
Another fantastic example of what Case is capable of doing, and a great gift from my lovely wife. In the pocket today, and the display case tomorrow! Maybe.
The usual shapleigh cattle joined by ol’ stinky.
Going with the Sodbuster Jr. today.
I LOVE man jewelry!
Fancy man jewelry!
Already Saturday for me: I took the day off!
A Queen Slimline Trapper with about 25 years of honest pocket wear:
Tis the Day Before Thanksgiving
And All Through The Country
Because They're Not Suppose
To Leave their Abode
What's that got to do with what knife I'm carrying today? Nothing - just thought I'd throw that out there.
I'm carrying my fancy-dancy Sod Buster Jr. today.
Hope everyone has a happy Turkey Day tomorrow.
Happy Wednesday !! Wood Wednesday and the Pioneer..
You're a poet and don't know it, Ed!
Don't quit your day job though.....
Today-a Tidioute GEC improved trapper 488213 #9 of 25...very pocketable!
Sometimes I have seen this type trapper with wharncliffe blade referred to as a Hawbaker model....
I love the jigging on the brown bone scales...quite the walk and talk, sharpens up like a straight razor-cheers for weds gang!
No worries on that account Gary.
Thank you very kindly, Jack!!!
Spectacular pair of wood covered slicers, Jack; the Rosewood covers on your Lambsfoot look exceptionally lovely!
Toting a couple of Schatt & Morgan slicers today, one covered in wood.
Thank you, Jack. You're carrying a pair of proper wooden wonders today.
I like to see this particular mix of knives when you post them, Gary. I think this is the first time I've seen the Tarmundi?
For Wooden Wednesday, I'm carrying my Case Curly Maple Teardrop.
Did those covers come from a tree struck by lightning Very cool