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More Bux. 102, 105, 121, 118[ATTACH]
That is a lovely and rare bird, Paul. I like the cup, too. Hope to get out on the range with my CZ when things look safer.
I don't know who wants what, but the skinner is 103, not 301 (I think).
Yes, I am still in; want that knife! Here is the most famous cowboy poem ever written, and rightly so. Best listened to by Wally himself, but this...
Bruce, it is time to show some of your BUCKS!
And a bird and trout from the same gentlemen, a little older on this one.[ATTACH]
This is one variant of a classic hunting knife by you-know-who.[ATTACH]
Schrade got a contract for these in the Korean War. Later the company sold MILLIONS of lighter-weight variants to the folks at home. This one is...
a few Ruanas.[ATTACH]
One of the first patterns I started collecting was the Schrade 165 variants. This rack holds about ten percent of my 165s at present but I took...
Remingtons and Marbles.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Actually fixed blade hunting knives are my first love and I have examples from many makers. I don't have many group photos available, but here are...
Somehow, in these days of toilet paper shortages I think of Sears catalogs. But then I was a kid on the farm.
Camillus for Craftsman[ATTACH]
Wow! That herringbone is lovely!
Frankfurth Hardware. A common pattern but a nice example.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I have posted these elsewhere but I thought that it might be OK. Time for lunch.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]...
"...but I have little else to do right now." Well, yeah, except eat. They talk about flattening the curve, but my curves are not getting flatter....
That knife is just exactly what a knife should be and no more. Where is the sheath?
That yaller 881 is the identical twin to my old 'softsnap' on my workbench. I use it to cut stuff.