- Nov 8, 2014
Ron LaBella, long time member & Head of Jerzee Devil, has passed away.
If you are a member of the Jerzee Devil forums, please pay your respects. His passing is a loss to the community.
That's an attractive knife!
Good luck with the search, Steve. (There were some stag models around summer 2015 that are exemplary IMHO.)Thanks Gary, no 73....yet
Thanks, John. The shield is a glennbad mod, I think, that occurred before the knife came to me. The walnut Rogers jigged bone was a short-lived (and for me, much loved) handle offering....
That has to be one of the prettiest Copperlocks I've seen... wonderful jigged bone and shield.
It's cool that you're setting aside knives for your kids, Tony. What made you go with the Field Master? I haven't picked one up yet, but as a theoretical exercise, I once analyzed all the SAK models and concluded the Field Master was optimal for me.... All four of my children have at least one GEC set aside for them, as well as a SAK field master, and a fixed blade.
She certainly is!Thanks Gary, thanks for telling us a bit more about your special Canoe, Rachel is a class act
Congrats on the sparkly new Barlow!...
I'm carrying a new Glitter Gold TC Barlow, that @untytled was generous to pass to me like a true Porch Neighbor. I'm carrying it, along with Grandpa's old Glitter Gold Peanut that @glennbad re-covered for me a while back. They're slightly different in color, but equal in sparkle. I'm trying to capture it in photos, and want to take a few more before the patina starts and the frozen background is melted.
Thanks for the copperlock compliment, Dean. I bought something called liquid bandage last week for my finger cracks, but I think superglue works better for me....
Thank you, Gary. I've got the cracks in my thumb and finger from the cold, dry air outside, also. Today, is going to be an inside not shoveling day.
Your Case mini copperlock is sharp looking, Gary.
Happy BirthYear to your adult Buck Cadet!
Thanks, Les. I have no Navy connection, but I'm drawn to those anchor knives.Thanks, GT! Very nice selection you have today. Maybe I should be on the lookout for one of knives with the anchor on the handle for my son who spent 12 years in the Navy.
Thank you for the comment, José.Notable quartet of knives, Gary.
Is that a Camillus #21? Very cool little jack!
Venerable and valiant pair, Dylan!I hope everyone is keeping well. A couple of old 'uns for me today.
I've never seen one of those in person; fascinating!
Outstanding knives, Jack, especially the WCLF! I like the compass, too, but I need a model that tells me which way is up!...
Wishing everyone a very happy weekend
Your rosewood HHB is splendid, José!
Your teardrop brings a smile to my face, Gus! (I suppose that sounds quite heartless. )
Amazing photo, Rachel! I don't think I've ever seen anything like that!...
Thanks. I'm sure for those of you who live in colder climates, the novelty of ice and snow has worn off long ago. If you'll indulge one more picture,
when the temps started to thaw, the leaves pulled back on the agave plant, leaving ice castings in their place:
What a handsome knife!!
Elegant elk Buck, Dean!