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Trapper for Tuesday... Be well, everyone!
@Un-Chained --Thanks, Gus! Have a good one!
Yes, exactly, but it was called the Missouri Trapper. The Trader was a single clip lockback. It's an amazingly well built and proportioned...
Covering this happy little tome today... the 42 alleviates the discontent ;)
I’m sure there’s a dusty copy in our Uni library! And while I don’t carry that Randall often, I do make sure I use and appreciate it from time to...
Just before I headed out to the porch, Sunday night. This should cover things for Monday morning too... metal, micarta.
gotta justify them somehow!
I’ll track it down, but I prefer books to screens. And thanks for the “wow”—yes, that particular Randall is absolutely top notch.
I just had to! :D
Stag for Saturday... Randall's RKS #3
thanks, Jack, it’s probably my favorite folding knife. And another book, noted!
Heading into the weekend with the indomitable #42 Missouri Trapper--have a great Friday, everyone!
Sounds good, Jack. And I love book recommendations, keep’em coming!
Indeed, Gary, it’s the best kind of hard use test!
will do! Thanks Paul!
No worries! And you can just call me Tony. You've inspired me to hunt one down!
Now I've added a book to my list too!
Exactly! I think you'd like it, Jack. The author writes well--he's a gifted storyteller, so it's a joy to read. There is so much going on in...
LOVE everything about this knife! I really need to find one like this--beauty! --Tony
Hey everybody--great pics!
I'll continue with the book theme...
yes! Great to make the connection! I’ve been a Prof for about 16 years, and while I mostly teach courses in political thought, literature and...
yes—a classic, and one my advisor in grad school loved. I my dissertation was on dissent in Eastern Europe between the Prague Spring and 1989, so...