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A SAK Spartan or Pioneer. A knife, a few small tools, and still feels like a pocket knife.
Spartan doing the heavy lifting on a lazy Sunday.
I'm in, and thank you !
I mix it up on the weekends. But all through the work week I keep the yellow 'Nut and a Vic Classic in my work pants.
Sweet flock of Canadian-style knives !
Great knife! I've got one in stainless. I'm sure you'll enjoy yours. That handle feels great in the hand. Great ergonomics. I enjoy WoodBeard's...
That bamboo pic just became my tablet desktop background. That's peanut Art right there !
If I remember right, the blade on those were aluminum. Weren't they? They didn't rust, and bent really easy. Still, fascinating.
John, that'll be the last time I post before my morning coffee(s) :D
Jack, that was an Eppinger Red Devil spoon.
Dad had one of those from before I was an eye twinkle. My younger brother brought it to school for a private "show and tell" amongst friends,...
A small pike I brought home for a pan fry back In 1981, the year my folks bought me my first Schrade 34OT.
I'm going to guess 5 fish.
Huge pumpkinseed I caught on a 5/8 oz spoon while after pike and bass.
I use the small blade alot for fine tasks like seal on a pill bottle. Using a larger main blade would be akin to drawing with a pencil while...
Nice collection ! I have a soft spot for those, too. It was my first decent pocket knife my parents bought me, back in 1981. Stamped NY as well....
A beautiful user knife from a great company. I'm in too, please.