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Thank you Will.
Thank you Frank.
Thank you Peter. I posted two more pictures of it over in the modified production knives thread. Take a look here.
I posted a shot of this one in the bareheaded jack thread, but it belongs here too. As I said over there, I have not been around in a long time,...
I have not been around in a long time, but I had to stop back by and post a shot of this one Glenn just reworked for me. It was a cheap stamped...
Oops, double post.
I'm not smart enough to figure out how to delete this. Hopefully Frank or Gary can fix it for me.
Here's what I do when I...
Thanks Paul. When I sent the picture of us to my Mom, she asked, "Why so serious?" I said, "We're on a mission from God."
She didn't understand.
Glad to see this one up top again. I posted one from November 2012 of me alongside my dad and son on page 13, so I guess an update is in order....
Thanks, it is one of the the most attractive "total package appearance" knives I own.
My two green bone knives together.
Glenn rehandled this old Camillus for me.
I also have a...
Mine too. Jeff captured my sentiments precisely. So happy for you all!
Lovely Remington! Welcome back, and give me a heads-up if you get back down this way in the spring/summer.
I had one of the newer ones, and sold or traded it before giving it a real chance. I may pick up another, one of these days. A CV chestnut bone...
Nice find. My son sent me a picture from the gun show just a short while ago: case after case of Case knives.
I had a Fieldmaster on my tool belt during the years I worked as a carpenter, but I am no longer a professional tradesman. It saw so much daily...
Congratulations Pete, on the expanding family!
I'll go for a boy (counter balance, you know) at 6 pounds, 8 ounces.
This would be easy for me. The Texas Jack. Why easy? For years I have carried two blade jack knives and found them to be all the knife I ever...
Thank you Paul. I treasure it for the connection to a man who had such influence on who I am, and even more now for the beautiful work Glenn did...
The last gift I gave my granddad, for Christmas 1971, which I received back as a gift from my grandma the next Christmas, a couple months after he...
This Schrade Walde 832 is probably the one I miss the most. I didn't sell it though, I let my son have it.