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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by tmd_87, Dec 7, 2019.
Hey, any reindeer antler handles out there? Post 'em up.
No reindeer antlers, sorry!
Here's an older pic of one my wife bought me for Christmas some years ago.
I think I'll drop it in my pocket on Christmas day.
That's a very festive knife I like it a lot!
All great choices GT!!!
Never had a traditional holiday carry, but if the Forum knife comes before Christmas, I imagine I will be carrying that a lot soon.
I think the forum knife will be a fantastic Christmas carry knife! Might be mine too!!
Thanks, Taylor! It's a pretty nice knife too, besides being festive. Canal Street Pinch Lockback, 3.75" with a 3" D2 blade. My wife picked a good one.
Very good one!
Happy holidays! I know, some may think it's a bit early for the Christmas season. I'm in the spirit!
Christmas gift from the wife years back that just seems so appropriate for Christmas carry
Fantastic knife their sir!
I don’t think I really have a traditional holiday carry knife, but I’m pretty sure my Victorinox Small Tinker has opened more Christmas gifts, cut plastic ties, broke down boxes, loosened screws on battery compartments, tightened said screws, and who only knows what else on Christmas
I don’t have toys to assemble these days (don’t ask me about the three foot long Barbie Camper with roughly 5000 parts and stickers to be installed, which Santa finally completed sometime after 3:00 AM on Christmas morning one year), but I’m sure both of these will get plenty of use during all the festivities. (Besides, they’re the right colors, with snow, no less.)
At Christmas I carry a knife that was gifted to me by my kids or wife from a previous Christmas.. So its a TBD as of now..
As the year end holidays are greatly about giving, I carry two knives that I received as Christmas gifts. A Gerber Silver Knight in black lip pearl from a BFC member, and a White Christmas Evo from my wife. They both went in pocket today, through the holidays.
'Tis the season!
Same here but a cadet or pioneer is always on me at Xmas for same reasons. With young kids around there is always zip ties and batteries to install and packages to cut open. Is small to so not offensive to grandmas and others around during Xmas.
More importantly, the Moderators do, too.