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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Mar 28, 2014.
What a steal! Congrats
Decided to get a Churchill and see what all the fuss was about
Very nice Steve, that exact knife is one of my favorites
Thanks Paul !
An Enigma. See the Enigma review I started.
My new Cripple Creek:
my 2018 guardian!
Arrived in todays mail. A very nice knife gifted by my buddy "Mister Duncan Morgan" he likes it when you call him that
A BEAUTIFUL 43 all dressed up in Cocobolo covers. A very nice surprise after staining four decks today in balmy 92° weather
Enjoying a La Unica in the shade (poolside none the less) with my new knife
Enjoy the Memorial holiday my fellow porch dwellers and a heart felt thank you to all who have served and are serving in our armed forces
Sweet knife and a good smoke! Way to start a weekend!
Looks even nicer than the FS pictures. Now I’m really sad. Congratulations.
That’s a beauty!
Although I really like the stag on this one it was the profile of it that sealed the deal. My expectations were rewarded. It is so comfortable in my hand. No hot spots with vigorous or extended use. It is definitely going to be worked.
That is some awesome fat stag! Fantastic!
What a KNIFE!!! Those seem to be few and far between when it comes to the Stag. Nice score with that one my friend
Thank you Paul and Josh for the compliments. I am very pleased to have landed this one. This will be a user. Got it all accessorized and ready to go.
What the others have said...
Beautiful knife that one!
Thank you friend, I have a feeling y'all are going to have to look at it quite often. We will watch it get some age and use marks!!!
I recently picked up this Lloyd Slim Spear off the Exchange. It has a firm pull, great walk & talk, and it feels comfortable in hand. I’m quite happy with it.
Just received from the exchange. What immediately caught my attention was the gunstock checkered chestnut bone and the bomb shield on this 2016 Hunter.