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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you very much, yes they are very smooth.
Many thanks, Gary.
Thank you, Gary. I think so, but they are very soft in the hands.
I might as well finish the year with the electrician.
Have a happy and safe new year everyone!
Nice knife and a cool pic!
This Christmas gift hasn’t gotten any pocket time yet, today’s the day. Happy New Year everyone!
Blessings to all in this place we call the Porch for coming New Year.
One more for the BF collection thanks to @wickettedge. Used so it took off all the self-imposed stress about putting it into the pocket. Love the stag, understand it was donated for the forum knife.
Love it @BDubbs
I decided that I don't carry this little congress often enough.
Thanks, John. Another pattern I have fallen in love with is the Thiers knife. I have a compact one and a full size one. They may be more beautiful --to me, anyway-- than the Laguiole and the Opinel, but they are just not that comfortable in the hand.
Thanks, Gary. Incidentally, the knife I keep in the car, a Victorinox Classic (which I carried for years), also has a cross on it.
@5K Qs ~
I apreciate your vehicular encomium!
You know you’re of a certain age when you remember the headlight dimmer was a switch on the floor, and when you wanted fresh air, you just rolled your window down with a crank. Cruise control meant a steady foot on the gas, and an eye on the speedo. If you needed another key, you went to the hardware or drug store and they ground a new one in two minutes.
The KEYS of my new car have more electronics than my first computer.
The car uses arrays of cameras and radar emitters to detect leaving your lane, and nudge you back, to detect when you come up behind someone, and brake or adjust the cruise control, or warn you of that goofball speeding through the parking lot as you try to back out.
Mrs Fleschwund wanted that package because she thinks I might be surfing blade forums on my cell phone while driving.
I personally think it’s a plot to condition me to welcome our coming robotic, self-driving car overlords.
And because this is a knife forum, not an automotive one, I’m thinking of this hefty Buck to be my dedicated car knife.
Plus a TL-29, of course...
That other thing will go in the car, too. It’s a US Army issue rescue tool from Ontario Knife Co. ~ comination window breaker, and seat belt cutter. Also has a ceramic rod knife sharpener. My son was issued it in A’stan. I hope I never need it!
Happy New Year, Gary!
Nice choice. It reminds me of the Greenbone version I gave the late Ron @Half/Stop some years ago, good memory of a good man to hearten the New Year.
Regards to all, Will
Stag 74 and prepping collards for tomorrow. Sorry about the google link. Can't figure out how to post from my phone.
Ending the year with the 2020 BF knife - “The Knife That Almost Wasn’t”.
Happy New Year Everyone!
Camillus #70 and an American Jack today
I almost never look at the pics on my phone. I wait until I download them to my laptop. I shouldn't admit this, but I didn't notice the reflection until I was back inside sitting at the computer. I'd like to credit for creativity, but no... it was an accident
Very cool looking slingshot with your HHB today; you can certainly shoot 2020 in the rear for me, Happy New Year!