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me too :). I have 5 of the series, they're pretty nice especially for the money.
i followed up on that RM post re: pearl Alsdorf a while back.. it sold long ago, google just doesnt know it.
same, i have a few, except for being on the petite side, they are mighty fine, amongst the best made customs I have, treasures that I use...
unlikely 2dn or 3rd on the TC, thx.
oh my, so sorry to hear that; great that you are home now. take care, Laurel
as i recall the blue jigged at least was left over from early production (at Canal Street?).
Yes! Thanks Charlie.
beautiful knives, hope someday I can track one down. my interest in pocket knives started with French regionals, I still have a couple of those...
beautiful barlow! who's the maker?
thx. the second Red Trout run has a half stop, thank goodness.
same here, 2 Red Trouts. wondering about the pull strength on these new Albers knives, the second run Red Trout is pretty stiff for me (though i...
that's exciting Eric! is subscribing to your newsletter the way to know when they're released? really hope to snag one.
just finding out about these, they look great! congrats @ea42 ! hope to snag one next round.
if i didnt have one coming from the maker i'd be all over this, Thys makes amazing knives!
great, under appreciated knives imho
SOLD, thanks BF!
AC (Al) Warren, one-off custom, lock-back, beautiful mammoth, drop point (slicker than his newer drop profiles), blade 3” S30V, closed 3 3/4”, SS...
Gathering funds for a grail so these two must go. First up the beautiful Todd Davison #1573 wharncliff, 3rd owner, CPM-154, a hair over 3 1/4"...
Sold to Black Train, thx BF!