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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Haven't posted in a few months, Friday office LW carry.
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Did Camillus call that serrated sheepfoot a Wonda blade, like Schrade did? Really cool knife!
Silver and chrome bling today.
now thats cool!
Ending my workweek Cattlemen knives with a Western Boulder, Colo. in what looks like traditional greenbone to me. This tang stamp was used on pocket knives from 1950-61.
I put this over in the Latest Acquisitions thread by mistake--though it does kinda fit there as Quiet's knife is new to him. I really meant to put it here.
A few days back I noticed that our friend @Quiet had posted pics of his new Wilson Combat Les George Eagle. In May, he had most graciously welcomed me into the "Rainmaker Owner's Club" as well as carrying and posting a pic of his in solidarity. It's my turn now to welcome his inclusion into the "Eagle's Nest" and carry mine today to honor that event. There was swag--drink coozie and snacks, as I recall--that came with my club initiation, but we have little to offer here at the Nest other than a tip to keep those Teflon washers lubed with liquid TriFlow to keep your slim and handsome knife light-switching open smoothly and easily.
As far as I know they had no special name for the blade. They called the knife a Rancher. Thanks!
Off to look at some more houses today...
The atom is a great lightweight carry while having a full size blade and the coolest feature is the quick change scales without having to remove the pivot imo. That along with lots of scale offerings in 2D and 3D for reasonable prices (CF, G10, micarta, wood) and TRM is always coming out with new ones along with special runs which is cool. Definitely not a hard use folder but a nice EDC with premium materials. Only problem is availability which can drive up secondary prices but ive seen fair deals on the exchange here.
AD-10 and Elementum today -- and finally a respite from the heat!
(The coins are a 1900 English penny and a 1962 USSR 5 kopek.)
TBC Atlas Plus today...
I don't know but brass handled knives make for some good engravers!
I have an Airsog, a buddie tried to play zorro with it on a tall cardboard box, the lock failed and his finger was cut to the bone. I sent it to the mfg. and they fixed the lock so it won’t fail again.
This one don’t get out much, buts it’s my knife of the day for today.