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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you kindly @bigfish64 , ya it’s sweet.
Thanks Jack and compliment back at you my friend on your duo, I love the HHB and the honest wear it shows, I too really like your Enzo
Thank you, I've missed several recent releases but the older ones I own ease the pain somewhat
Nice blade delete on your 86
Thanks! Really does feel like I got a new knife!
You’ll know when it gets here
Have to catch up viewing posts - a few pages behind, will do that this evening.
Broken record at this point, Boker Barlow Expedition and Alox Cadet again in the pockets for this week.
Had a GEC #74 Stallion and one of my favored Roosters in the rotation today.
Hopefully I come to love this Buck 705 as I do the Case Texas jack here.
I just hope I don't come to favor it more than my 305.
For micarta Monday
For my traditional carry this week I have my Case Swayback.
That boker is really nice! It seems to be aging well also.
Thank you, fellas!
A couple of vintage Sheffield folders for me today. The pipe knife is really neat - an enclosed, 3-spring design. All three tools have excellent snap and the pipe scraper and poker are some of the nicer ones I've seen on pipe tools - they are usually pretty cheaply made.
It is, on both accounts IMHO - thanks!
Your swayback looks like another back of nice red bone from Case.
Thank you. The red fades quite a bit towards the bolster so it really looks like a strawberry but I sort of like it.
That IS a beautiful shade of red !
These 2 today :
I've had my eye on that Boker--how are you liking it? The aesthetics speak to me. --Tony
I like it quite a lot, it just keeps finding its way into my pocket. For me, the materials choice and the slight extra heft of the brass make it pleasure in the hand. The look and the developing patina on the brass doesn't hurt.
Well, that makes it harder to resist! Thanks for the reply.
Hard to believe mine is less than 4 months old, looks quite a bit different. Clean and almost shiny (recycled) pic when new back in November:
Wow--that bolster patinated nicely --thanks again!