What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Leslie Tomville

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I do not know what more can be said about GEC. They are in a class by themselves. Who else can make knives like this today; a true two spring wedge whittler with gorgeous peach seed jigging and beautifully fluted bolsters?! Who else even tries? We are lucky to have them around.

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One month old and gaining a couple
of pounds each day!

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Tons of rain here. We are ready for some sunshine.
 
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Catdaddy2

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e-gads:eek: Gotta go to town and feed the niece's dang cat again today. Will probably go late to tie the "cat run" in with dinner time. The cat - actually there are two them - is a pesky devil so we might have to fight our way in and out of the niece's house and that's going to call for a sturdy, stout, knife. This Case CV 6292 "Texas Jack" should do nicely so it'll go with me.

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We're gonna have to do this again tomorrow:eek: so I'll be thinking about which knife to tote tomorrow.
I guess we'll see how it went today by what your bringing tomorrow.
 

RDaneel

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Been carrying Schrade USA or Schrade built knives all week so I’ll finish up the week with this Uncle Henry 897UH. OH
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That is an excellent photo of a great Schrade pattern, Bruce.
:thumbsup::thumbsup:

Thanks, Dean. :) I like the old Imperials and Colonials that were the inexpensive knives of their day. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Pleasing pair, Dean, with the peerless patina on the teardrop! :cool::thumbsup::cool:

IMHO, Scrat is where it's at! :cool::cool:;)

- GT

Thank you, Gary. :)
 
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