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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by knarfeng, Mar 17, 2019.
Shouldn’t this be moved to the whittling thread?
I still think we should have voted for Whenge wood.....
Rat poison or yummy treats for halloween 2020...
That is disgusting!....but just out of interest ..is there a hole for the stuffing?
My Lords! Ladies and Gentlemen!
May I propose a competition to celebrate what can only be described as an entirely new art form ? The Art of Sparving...(spam carving)...the most nauseating Spulpture (spam sculpture) or Spatue (spam statue) to be judged by a panel of Sporcheteers..(spam porcheteers)..
@Jiki that spam turkey is disturbing........
I hope these knives start showing up soon, otherwise I’m gonna have to buy one of these.
Oh come on, now you’re just being insulting…
…to dogs and catfish.
Spam is a delicacy. I love it, believe it or not.
I love Spam, but bacon IS better.
I didn't think I'd ever have to say this but, you guys are spamming this thread with Spam! Spam, of the canned meat variety, belongs in the lounge, please.
It's difficult to keep all us kids focused....
Like herding cats.
There’s a 2019 BladeForums knife ?
It's going to be interesting to see how reactions are to that big Sabre Sheepfoot when it's finished and out of the tube, difficult to predict.
This thread is cracking me up. Thx for posting the link @jkwithawave they're looking good!
Been reading Patrick O’Brian’s Capt. Aubrey series since we started this process. It’s pretty fantastic, if you’re looking for something to scratch your nautical itch till this knife comes in, pick it up or check out the movie Master and Commander. Till then, quick’s the word and sharp’s the action.
Personally im a little worried about how the brass pins with nickel bolster will clash. Ive seen it on other knives but more commonly I see silver/silver. Hope we didnt make a mistake there. Somebody help calm my nerves with some explanation why this is normal and will look good!
I love all of those books and the movies, too. Two Years Before the Mast is a really good book as well. Now I'm going to go to the GEC website and look at those piles of blades and wood again for the 20th time or so. Anticipation....
Not sure you had a choice.
I don't know if you mean the brass cover pins clashing with the nickel bolster, but I'm sure the bolster pin will be silver/silver. I've never seen GEC use brass to pin a nickel bolster.