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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waverave, Apr 26, 2019.
Your scales are so uniformly dark, nice. Not that I dislike mine.
Yea they really haven't lightened up. I think that picture makes them look a lil darker than they are though.
Or maybe not I'm not sure. Non natural lighting. And no filtering.
93 pages of 93s!!!
Maybe we should just stop right here?
I suspect the Rams and Lambs will want to continue on!!
I had some SWEET earned patina going on, but today I saw a few small specs forward of the nick about half way to the tip. I would have just polished it out but it would have messed up the patina anyway, so I decided to polish it all the way up. Its still a satin, just not matte. I like it until she earns some more patina.
Still getting a lot of attention and pocket time...
It's the variety that is so appealing.
The random jigging is one of my favorite parts of this knife. It definitely suits the overall package provided.
Bump to the Top !!!
Even with my new found love the #29 pattern this WayNorth Lambs foot still has a strong grip on being my all time favorite to date
Finally had time to take some pictures of these together today...
Beauties!!! cbr do you mind taking a shot comparing the three blades??
Thank you Charlie, the Lambsfoots & Signal Jack are my favorites of the group. Here you go @waynorth ... blade pictures.
Great photos They all look really sharp as well, nice collection.
Great comparison pics! The ebony looks so classy.
Thanks @cbr1000 !!! They make a wonderful gathering of knives!! You've selected the cream of the crop!!!
With me every day lately!!
- very cool thread altogether @waynorth