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Pic of a simple turkey day meal, with my previously posted knife choices.
There is turkey, hiding under the stuffing and gravy. Sides of...
That's a really nice coloration. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Alox Cadet and Boker Barlow Expedition are my pocket carry for this week, I'll use the Laguiole for food cutting.
Happy Thanksgiving to all.
Thank you! :) It may become my favorite pocket knife, currently tied with the shuffler and roundhead.
I think Boker did an excellent job with...
Sad news. Condolences to his family and friends.
RIP Mr. Bose.
The green Alox Cadet again this week with the Boker Barlow Expedition.
Liked the combo so much I'm doing it again this week.
Nice-looking materials combo. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Very nice! Beautiful wood. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
I've seen a couple of places where people have called it bronze, I had to go back and check the first time I saw that.
Fit and finish on mine is...
How's your copy?
IIRC, the bolsters are bead-blasted brass, not bronze.
Looks kinda familiar. :)
Thanks. I don't know why I thought it was walnut. :confused: And yeah - the spear looks nice on that.
That curly birch looks really nice. :thumbsup:
How smooth in the hand is the walnut? I've been thinking about getting one, but the scales look...
That's one I hadn't seen - very nice color! :thumbsup:
IMHO not a huge deal, but it might bug some folk. Just a little surprised the olive was more of a very pale green when I pulled it from the slip....
After 3+ decades of practical/ tactical, I started coming back to traditionals late last year, after a gift from family.
This coming week will see an Alox Cadet as side company to the Barlow. Cross-posted in traditionals.
Upcoming week's pocket stuffings - including the Boker Barlow Expedition and Alox Cadet for company. Just a note for anyone interested, the...