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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Thanks pal, I plan to!
Thank you, Jack. I thought you were having a breakfast beer for a moment, until I remembered it's around 5 pm there.
Hey, that's Carrot Top right?
Great pic. Vince are you guys in harm's way down there?
Thank you Ron and so is your Black Beauty!
That looks like a beauty Glenn.
Do you think it's a good idea to let your W. Lamb sit so close to the edge while under the influence?
I don't think we're in danger. I live on the Texas coast a couple of hours' drive from the Mexican border and four hours' drive from Houston.
Yes I know where you are. Just making sure my friend. Not a lot of high ground around there. Anyway, I'm glad to hear y'all are safe.
Thanks Jack! It’s great to see you and your Waynorth Lambsfoot enjoying the afternoon!
Thank you Dwight!
Mornin' Rachel, here is another strop option. It is called the Washboard Sharpening System, made by the forum member Heavyhanded. I have been using one for a strop and really like it. Basically, you wrap copy paper around the block, apply the stropping compound and strop away. I cant give you the link but if you google the name it will come up. There are videos that explain how it works far better than I can.
Another fine post, Chin. I always learn something interesting from your posts.
Thank you, Jack.
The Lambsfoot mystery continues..
It would be amazing to find one of those Washington Cutlery Lambs !
That pic is just full of awesome!
Have a great weekend y'all!
I carry a lambsfoot...
...so I can brag about my stag.
How 'bout you?
I would like to thank Jack for helping me obtain this gorgeous knife.
Thank you Jack.
Happy to be part of "The Guardians"
Everyone have a great weekend!!
I'm with you !
Great looking bit of hardware!
I'm always careful I always enjoy seeing one of the ACs, and that's a great pic my friend
Thanks Ron, it was lovely weather until about an hour ago, and then the rain came down HARD! Glad I wasn't up on that roof-top!
Wouldn't it just Kevin?! Thanks my friend, that's a nice pic of your lovely WCLF
That stag definitely has bragging rights Vince! I'm glad it's so nice after your other beauty had a bad etch
Welcome to the Guardians Ron, it's great to have you here
Thanks, that looks interesting. I'll check it out. Great Lambfoot picture.
I think I see a shadow of patina on the bolster.
I have been trying to go straight and get a line on things
Yes...I was going to reply with the same thoughts. I want to know the details!
Thanks, Mark, these seem to survive even though I've killed my share...usually from over watering. Like your flock...good to watch over them!
Yes it does, thanks for the tip!
Excellent, Greg...opens up all new possibilities for a creative mind like yours
Ron, thank you, all the recent SFOs have been great. Not seen a dud in any of them
So glad to see you have acquired one.
Great stag on that one...nice to have for the pocket
Over the years my collecting has taken a few turns and may take a few more. It's all good if it pleases and doesn't harm anything(wallet being the exception) or anyone.
That compass is cool too, Jack. Nice Waynorth image.
Agreed my friend!
Such a great image, Harvey. I like all the scars on the blade.