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Opinel no. 8 & an Alox Pioneer
Like the sunrise. Looking good as usual.
Took out the stones and got these two and a few kitchen knives screaming sharp.
Thanks! I’m going to give the 44 some more time, at least until Mike Moran has space to let me buy a custom gunstock from him :D
I spent too much on it, but I’ve been hunting the old barn chestnut #15 boy’s knife for three years.
I wish I had an outlaw Jack! I had one of the opposite end varieties for a little while, but I didn't like the full-sized blades on opposite ends...
I recently acquired both of these gunstocks and have carried them a few times each now. I haven't really done any serious...
Having carried the GEC 44 for a couple of days, I think this Robeson has it beat in ease of carry and feel in hand. The pulls are lighter on this...
What year is the Robeson? Is the steel D2?
I like the pulls on this pattern. Strong 6 or 7 I’d say for both blades. There are some rough edges with the bone on this one, and the springs are...
Cool! It would be even cooler if every one was different, just like real snowflakes.
I agree. My initial impression of the first one I had was that it was expertly made, but a bit heavy and bulky for its size. I can still see where...
Thanks, Gary! It had been too long since I last carried it.
Thank you for participating; taking a lot of great pictures and sharing your opinion. I look forward to seeing how Ron takes to it!
Ha! Pretty good “attempt” then :D
It has a quirky tube story S.A.R.P.N.T and I wonder if the jigging wasn’t made to look sort of like snake skin.
This looks like an attempt at culpepper jigging:
I like this perspective. I have enjoyed the look of the “peach seed” jigging, but the few times I’ve held it on a GEC it has been a little...