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Seemed somewhat appropriate. [ATTACH]
Maroon, definitely. Smooth, classy and almost black. [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
The entire “collection” with a TWSBI Eco fountain pen for scale. [ATTACH]
GEC #29 Grits, Molasses & Butter, #92 Eureka Jack OD canvas micarta.
Well, that’s certainly my opinion but I do have three. [ATTACH]
“Most people” is true but there are always that small cadre of people who are unable to engage in discussions with those of different t opinions...
At this point in my GEC venture, I like jigged gone, micarta, especially the linen and acrylics.
Not fond of camel bone or the wood covers (too costly for what you get) these are the ones I like best. [ATTACH]
Excellent choice I have three of these superb knives. The DLT SFO in maroon micarta, yours, is to eyes the most classic of the group. I...
My red jigged bone is very nice too. I had a feeling when I saw photos of the maroon micarta that it would be my favorite. Smooth, dark with grain...
Twenty years ago or so, the best clam chower we’ve had was whipped up by the cook at that little cafe on the beach. Haven’t been back for years....
These are my top three Easy Pocket Congress. I think the maroon micarta is the best in terms of looks, build and just plain class [ATTACH]...
@Horsewright Beautiful story. I remember taking the kids to Grinding Rocks State Park when we lived in California.
Great Eastern Cutlery 62 does everything you want with class.
Ivory 62 and canvas micarta Eureka Jack. This combination pretty much covers anything I may encounter today that needs to be cut or...
I preferred the .41 Magnum. Not as snappy as the .357 nor as jolting as the .44.
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Just opened my 62 maroon micarta from DLT. Shockingly beautiful. Very dark maroon, almost black in some light. Bolsters and blades are very sharp,...
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