What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Jack Black

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A Lambsfoot is all I need, and I can't say that about every knife. :cool::thumbsup:

Cute picture, Jack. :cool::thumbsup:
I have to keep reminding myself it's Christmas time.

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Thanks John, I know exactly what you mean buudy :( :thumbsup:

Thank you very kindly, Jack!!!

You and your Hartshead Barlow certainly kept good company with your BB Winchester today; an awesome pair of pocket pals!:cool::thumbsup::thumbsup:

Many thanks JJ :) :thumbsup:
 
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Hickory n steel

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Still with the Texas jack, just finished honing and stropping it up.

I've got a few I consider a " perfect all around pocket knife " and my modified Texas jack here is one of them.

Funny how this one is perfect when I'm carrying it, the half whittler is perfect when I'm carrying it, and the 305 lancer is also perfect when I carry it yet all 3 are different sizes.
 

Amir Fleschwund

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Your hard work really paid off on that beauty, Jeff!
Both Robesons were made in the same "era" of 1917-1939, with one a civilian model and the other under Govt. contract. The easy way to tell the age of yours is to google "Robeson Tang Stamps" and the AAPK site has the list. :)
Good info~ thanks.
It makes sense that the slimmer one would be the civilian model.
I embarrased to admit that I think I’ve asked the same question before!:oops:
 
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