Sowbelly stockman this week is the one that introduced (and addicted) me to the pattern, an amber jigged bone Rough Rider:
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Regular stockman this week is actually somewhat irregular, having a spear main blade, but it's a winner: Case pocket-worn Harvest Orange Humpback stockman (thanks, Mike):
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Budget canoe this week is a Marbles with stag bone covers and "Damascus-etched" blade:
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Premium canoe this week is a Case Rough Black (aka Gum Fuddy) model (thanks for the GAW, Alan):
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Thank you for your comments on my knives, Gary.Such a memorable knife, Dean; both blade and handles are remarkable!
I was thinking Elmers and Saw Dust.You’d better slather on some Bondo
Excellent picture, Dan.
Thank you.Some really top notch jigging on that one, if you ask me!
Cool looking #72, makes me miss mine a little.
Thanks a lot for the info Dan, they are both still looking tip-top, but I want to look after them Your ebony Lamb is looking goodThank you Jack
I usually put a tiny bit of this salad bowl finish which is made of beeswax and mineral oil and buff them with a cloth to bring back the shine.
I also have a mix of carnauba wax and walnut oil that I used too that they sell for woodturners.
Carrying my ebony lamb today,
Do they glow in the dark?!RR EO today. (With “radioactive dime”. Anyone else remember those?)
Thanks a lot my friendLove the photo of your rosewood lamb with that classic pocket fire kit; the addition of your handsome 66 makes an outstanding pair!
To be honest, I never checked. According to the museum, only a tiny fraction of the silver in the dime became radioactive silver-110, and it had a half-life of 22 seconds, so it was essentially gone by the time the dime left the museum. At least that’s what they said.Do they glow in the dark?!