Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jprime84, Sep 15, 2017.
Me makes three, Ron and Tim!!
Nice Ka-Bar, Mike!!
Very nice Charlie! I know you had to be very pleased with the way these turned out!
What more could an old, decrepit SFOer ask for??!!
[QUOTE="Mike Robuck, post: That Kabar "feather" jigging that Tony and Reese do is off of the charts, and true (of course) to the original jigging. QUOTE]
It almost looks like Case sent these to KaBar to be jigged!!
Rootbeer jigged bone K-Bar
Case medium stockman & Texas Jack
A Large Texas Jack
I did an overnight mineral oil soak, then a little cleaning and fiddling today on this old Voos bareheaded jack. It has nearly 100 years of patina, both blades snap at each position (and sharpened to razors!), I love the Arrow stamp, and the jigging is just fantastic. Currently in my pocket.
I like the jigging and bone on this vintage Winchester
Recycled photo but I thought it belongs in this thread too. A few oldies including a couple by Challenge, ISW Primble, Valley Forge and an unknown maker from a hardware store branded knife.
Case Dogleg Jack from the 70's
Early last century, ca.1900 - 1920, Empire Jigging!!
Some original Remington bone for your viewing pleasure. R1253 lockback & R4243 multi-blade
Two of GEC’s finest jigging efforts:
Great examples and pictures everyone! I like the jiggin on this Schrade I-XL.