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  1. Thomason

    Three legged woman Charlie

    You and the author of that title both sound like clever fellows :D The mythological connection with the symbol was pretty interesting. Framed by Waynorth's initials like that, it's a perfect blade etch for the TC Ancients.:thumbsup:
  2. Thomason

    Three legged woman Charlie

    Would someone please tell me the origin of the three legged woman symbol that Waynorth uses on his TC Ancient Barlow knives and buttons? I know I read the answer around here somewhere but I can't seem to find it now. Just curious. (Hi Charlie :))
  3. Thomason

    Is Thuya Burl completely discontinued? Or just on a break of sorts?

    That Platan wood looks kinda "plane" to me. ;)
  4. Thomason

    Brass is back on the menu... GEC #44

    About the same size as a GEC 15? That sound right? That ebony one is purty:)
  5. Thomason

    GEC Barlow Question of Little Importance

    Thanks for the info, folks. I figured it something to do with it being a SFO but didn't know exactly what.
  6. Thomason

    GEC Barlow Question of Little Importance

    Why does Waynorths latest "ancient" GEC 15 TC Barlow seem to be a digit short on the tang stamp? Only 5 instead of six. Asking out of pure curiosity on a lazy afternoon. ( :thumbsup: Charlie, btw)
  7. Thomason

    NOTABLE PAIRS : Only traditionals

    A couple of micarta GEC 14 Boys Knives. The single blade gets a good deal of pocket time.
  8. Thomason

    GEC .38 Special Question

    I do like that one, Lostball. On the GEC 56 dogleg the main blade pivot is on the dawg's Paw. On these 38's the main blade pivot is on the pooch's paw. In my imagination.
  9. Thomason

    GEC .38 Special Question

    That one on the far right looks like a cranium pattern. :)
  10. Thomason

    GEC .38 Special Question

    In MCar's post #13 of Derrick's video around the beginning at about .07 does he said a "cranium" pattern?o_O
  11. Thomason

    GEC .38 Special Question

    A nice day to sit on the virtual porch and leisurely jaw about what to call this pattern. Typical knifeknut behavior.:thumbsup:
  12. Thomason

    GEC .38 Special Question

    Would I be mocked if I called it Farmer Jack handle pattern with GEC's take on a non-Farmer Jack blade configuration?:D
  13. Thomason

    GEC .38 Special Question

    I had earned some bonus points from a knife dealer and cashed them in on red micarta GEC 38 special. Im guessing the pattern is a jack of some sort. Does this particular pattern have a name? Simply a matter of curiosity on part. :) Im really warming up to this puppy. (not my actual knife)
  14. Thomason

    Convince me that I need a CRK

    Whatever you get, take the clip off. Go clipless! :)
  15. Thomason

    Bought a beater. How did I do?

    You should send it back to CRK for a "Idaho Made" stamp.;):D
  16. Thomason

    GEC 15 Scout Knife Question

    No, probably not. Now that I am the owner of such a rare and valuable artifact it would not be seemly to be found sitting on porch, chewing the fat with you rapscallions. With this rarity in my pocket I can be found on the portico confabulating with the aristocracy. ;)
  17. Thomason

    GEC 15 Scout Knife Question

    Oh boy! My ship has come in! Pot-o-gold at the end of rainbow! Turns out I can post pictures but thanks for the the offer of help, Charlie.
  18. Thomason

    GEC 15 Scout Knife Question

    Ive had this knife for awhile and it has me scratching my head. GEC 15 easy open, brown jigged bone, shield is stamped with only "Scout". Main blade is sheepsfoot and the secondary blade is a pen, not the opener like on Beer Scouts. I really like the knife. Question is about the tang stamp...
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