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.
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 EnzoThank you very much Joshua, I use the same technique
Thank you John, stunning Sunday pair there
Thanks for the info Tony, I'll have to check them out
Sorry for your loss, your grandma sounds like a fine lady. That's a nice keepsake
LOL! I layered up to sit out round the fire-pit last night, and had a total of 31 pockets! No wonder I couldn't find my gloves when I came back in I'll be interested to see your walking sticks Gary, I have quite a few, including a couple of really old ones. Being tall, my two shop-bought staffs are shorter than I would like, so I decided to make one more to my liking
Hope your little 'un is better soon Joshua
Many thanks for the kind words JJ, what a superb pair of Sunday Scouts
That's another fantastic-looking FB Tony I did my fire-prep last night with a humble Enzo Elver
LOvely old Robeson
Handsome pair Paul
Terrific trio Gary
LOL! Nice pair Rachel
Hope everyone had a great weekend I'm starting off my week with my trusty Hartshead Barlow and a German Jack for Metal Monday
I just love those harness jacks! I have several older GEC's coming my way in the mail that I'm excited to show off, but those are evading me! it's a beauty.
Thank you! I definitely will.
I love that knife every time you post it. As a self-proclaimed crappy duck hunter, it's great!
Love the grain on that one. You couldn't ask for better.
Nice blade delete on your 86
Would that be a TradGang rendezvous?
Marshall MI, primitive archery rendezvous, Jeff. Memorial day weekend each year but sadly not held in 2020 due to covid.
I'm happy to see you got some grandkid time. It can be tough when they live so far away and I admire that you put in the effort to make it work.
Had a GEC #74 Stallion and one of my favored Roosters in the rotation today.
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.
Good to have you back Dylan, two fine vintage folders there my friend
Venerable and valiant pair, Dylan!
I've had my eye on that Boker--how are you liking it? The aesthetics speak to me. --Tony
Well, that makes it harder to resist! Thanks for the reply.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.