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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by pistonsandgears, Nov 20, 2012.
Louisiana Satsumas are by far my favorite fruit, and when this big boy came rolling out the bag, I knew I needed to break up the big guns.
Fiddleback Forge Handyman w/ dyed curly maple
Going to follow Shawn's sweet Fiddleback with one of my own.
Those Fiddlebacks are awesome gents
Carrying some wood myself today 2010 Guardians Lambsfoot SFO and a vintage Joseph Haywood
Only one wood-handled knife for me this week, a Sarge BSA Barlow with some kind of burl covers:
I realized today that I posted my Fiddleback in this thread a day early... Oops .
Some sweet, sweet Ebony for me today.
Good looking knife, I have one of its relatives.
I, and apparently many others , have not posted in this thread for a couple of weeks, at least. (Actually, I've just not been posting on The Porch as much as usual lately .)
Here are the wood-handled knives I'm carrying this week.
A. Wright & Son desert ironwood lambsfoot, a Jack Black SFO, the 2019 Guardians Lambsfoot:
Fantastic pair of ebony beauties.
Thank you John!
Received this just before Thanksgiving. The bloodwood covers are very fetching.
Some exotic mexican bocote for wooden Wednesday.
- ever pleasing is Snakewood...........shame it's becoming endangered (some areas)
- all those Fiddlebacks are gorgeous, but this one is just more gorgeous.....beaut